ALERT 

(Assessment of Load & Energy Reduction Techniques)


Our ALERT program includes the following:

Utility Bill Audits & Benchmarking
Energy Conservation Plan & Implementation
Measurement & Verification of Results
Greenhouse Gas & Carbon Footprint Reporting


Utility Bill Audits and Benchmarking
Infrastructure Innovations collects the last 24 months of utility bills (electric, gas and water)
in order to provide the following services:

Data Development — Each property has a unique database developed that allows for
utility trend analysis and benchmarking.

Data Analysis & Intelligence — Certified Energy Managers and our proprietary,
Energy Star certified software platform turn raw data into building intelligence.
Clients receive monthly reports for each property that include the following:

Utility Billing Errors — identifies duplicate bills, erroneous charges and if you are paying too much

Threshold Violations — alerts you if your bills increase a percentage higher over the
determined threshold year over year; takes into account normalization for weather,
billing days and other factors

Facility Outliers — identifies which facilities are out of energy use norms for the
property type, location, number of employees and other factors

Energy Conservation Plan & Implementation
As part of our ALERT program, clients receive a detailed and customized plan that includes
baseline findings, recommended measures, projected implementation costs, estimated savings,
breakeven points and the environmental impact of ECMs annually per facility.
Our recommendations will provide the greatest return on investment from an energy
and operational perspective. Once approved, Infrastructure Innovations provides all project and
vendor management so that our clients can remain focused on their core competencies
and mission.

Measurement & Verification (M&V) of Results
M&V of energy savings, generated through building systems retrofits and upgrades,
requires special project planning as well as unique engineering practices. A good M&V plan
balances the savings uncertainty associated with energy improvement projects against
the cost to execute the plan. Infrastructure Innovations M&V reports:

Measure Cost Avoidance — the calculation of savings, particularly from an energy and
maintenance perspective, after implementing our energy conservation plan. We confirm
anticipated energy savings are on track to achieve desired investment returns
Review and compare past/present performance — the ability to go back in time to
measure and verify results of ECMs

Greenhouse Gas & Carbon Footprint Reporting
Commercial property owners will soon be required to report their levels of Green House Gas (GHG)
emissions and overall carbon footprint. Infrastructure Innovations reports will convert the amount of energy
you are saving into environmental aspects such as acres of trees saved and cars removed
from the road. This data can be used by our clients to demonstrate to their customers a
commitment to good corporate governance.