alfaenergy has become a member of the U.S. Green Building Council this month.
This marks one of many steps the company has taken to help improve global energy efficiency. It will now join the likes of Verizon, Honeywell International, Bank of America, and many more in creating a sustainable future.
“Being a part of the USGBC will be an amazing way to connect with other sustainably-focused individuals from across many industries. We are excited to now be a part of this organization and look forward to networking with many industry leaders,” said director of alfaenergy’s US branch, Kenan Kreso.
The U.S. Green Building Council is a diverse group made up of 76 chapters and 12,800 member organizations who seek to improve building efficiency and create a better, greener future for the next generation. Along with advocacy, education, conferences, and providing credentials, the USGBC is best known for LEED.
LEED is a globally used green building certification program which guides the design, construction, operations, and maintenance of buildings, ensuring that they fulfill certain prerequisites. The USGBC currently comprises of 193,000 LEED professionals and more than 54,000 projects are participating in LEED.
alfaenergy is an international energy consultancy with 4 international offices, more than 100 employees, and over 4,000 clients. Along with procurement strategies, alfaenergy offers its clients a range of services to assist in more efficient use of energy, from optimization to energy efficiency retrofits, among others. Founded in 1995, the company’s key aim is to drive its clients’ costs down by taking a holistic approach to energy cost management. Improving energy efficiency is a key factor.
In the past few years, the company has won several awards in the U.K. and Germany in recognition of the service it provides to its clients.