Take Charge of Your Energy Business Costs
Green Mountain Energy Company has partnered with EnTouch Controls to offer all of our small commercial customers a Green Mountain™ Solutions offering that includes a state-of-the-art energy management tool: the EnTouch Energy Management System (EMS).
Energy is the most controllable operating expense for most businesses, but it is rarely managed; the EnTouch EMS empowers customers to take control over their energy costs.
Benefits of EnTouch EMS
Businesses can measure, monitor and manage energy usage, with potential energy savings of up to 15%.1
EASY TO INSTALL AND USE
The EnTouch EMS is simple to install and is WiFi enabled, providing remote management.
INTUITIVE TOUCH SCREEN
The interface provides simple, straightforward features.
Two Great Options for Green Mountain Customers
Green Mountain Energy® Smart for Small Business™ is the perfect combination of control and simplicity. So quick & easy you can install it yourself and get instant access to online and smart phone tools. Enroll in Smart for Small Business today and an EnTouch Pro thermostat will ship directly to your door.
Green Mountain can provide on-bill financing and a customized solution for our small business electricity customers with multiple locations, enabling you to implement this robust cost-saving solution today with no upfront capital cost. Energy monitoring, data analytics and a centralized energy management system are all just one step away!
READY TO GET STARTED?
Call 855-GMEC-4TX to enroll in Smart for Small Business.
Email email@example.com or call 855-GMEC-BIZ (463-2249) for a custom quote.
Who Should Consider the EnTouch EMS?
Because of its unique combination of low installation costs and quick ROI, the EnTouch EMS is ideally suited for most small businesses, including:
- Retail Stores
- Other small office environments
- Service businesses (i.e. law firms, accounting firms, etc)
1: Usage reduction is based on an EnTouch study of actual customer annual electricity and HVAC usage in 2012 as compared to 2011 usage data. Usage reduction and savings are not guaranteed and are contingent upon customers taking action on proposed opportunities for optimization.