OpTerra can comprehensively evaluate commercial and industrial buildings for energy efficiency upgrades. We identify opportunities, develop and engineer the projects, obtain Utility and Tax benefits and install the project for a low fixed cost.Read More
OpTerra has participated in utility programs for over eighteen years. Our engineers are skilled in designing custom energy efficiency projects and qualifying them for significant utility incentives and tax benefits, saving millions of dollars each year for our customers.Read More
The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System, developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), provides a set of standards for environmentally sustainable construction.Read More
OpTerra is an Energy Solutions Provider and Project Expediter for National Grid.
OpTerra is a Preferred Engineering Vendor and Project Expediter for NSTAR.
OpTerra is a Technical Service Provider for ComEd.
OpTerra is a Preferred Engineering Services provider for BG&E.
OpTerra offers a professional, comprehensive, and fully turnkey approach to energy conservation. Our expertise in many components of energy efficiency has allowed us to implement a multitude of successful projects with impressive results.
OpTerra Energy Services and City Crescent, LLC transform Baltimore’s Landmark City Crescent Building into an ENERGY STAR Certified, energy efficient structure. OpTerra’s Commercial and Industrial Division’s largest project to date has improved the working conditions for federal employees while securing a significant incentive from Baltimore Gas & Electric.
OpTerra Energy Services C&I Division to expand presence in northern and southern California. OpTerra announced the addition of two seasoned Business Development Managers, Charles Allured and Peter Morris, to its Commercial and Industrial Division to help meet the growing demand for turnkey energy conservation solutions in California.
OpTerra will be supporting the NYC Carbon Challenge for Hotels initiative with Synergy Hospitality to make the LaGuardia Plaza Hotel more energy efficient with HVAC upgrades, LED lighting with intelligent controls, and a number of other cost-saving improvements. Improvements made by participating hotels are projected to reduce citywide GHG emissions by 35,000 metric tons and result in an estimated $25 million in energy cost savings.