EEC’s holistic approach combines renewable energy technologies with advanced controls to maximize overall system performance and energy savings that surpass the efficiency of individual components. EEC's integrated systems utilize ground source heat pumps (GHP), radiant heating and radiant cooling, advanced controls, solar hot water (SHW), intelligent zoning, solar photovoltaic (PV) and small wind turbines. Find detailed information on our stand-alone components as well as our integrated systems by clicking the links above.
Energy Environmental Corporation works closely with clients to understand their requirements, design a fully integrated renewable energy system, source matched components, provide project management, develop a sequence of controls, install and commission the completed system, and provide ongoing maintenance.
EEC’s clients include homeowners, architects, contractors, and engineers. The company’s professional services range from advanced building science forensics to delivering complete heating, cooling and hot water systems at any stage of design or construction. EEC’s expertise includes the integration of renewable technology in the areas of ground source (geothermal) heat pumps, radiant heating and cooling systems, solar photovoltaic, solar thermal, domestic hot water, energy management, small wind turbines and heat and energy recovery ventilation.
The specialized computer design and modeling expertise from Europe is truly unique. EEC’s technicians can optimize any component in a complex design so that the delivered solution consistently outperforms most stand-alone technologies available in the United States today.
Energy Environmental Corporation provides and installs a number of renewable energy technologies for heating and cooling. Combining several energy technologies together into what is called an “integrated energy system” tends to be cheaper and more energy efficient than using only one technology. EEC provides the following for both integrated and stand-alone use: ground source heat pumps (GHP), radiant heating and radiant cooling, advanced controls, solar hot water (SHW), intelligent zoning, solar photovoltaic (PV) and small wind turbines.