Comprehensive Energy Audits

Our energy audits scale from a single

building system to the

entire enterprise

footprint.


 

We analyze your energy consumption data and prepare detailed reports that accurately quantify current energy use, projected energy use and cost savings as well as the return on investment.

We can also show you the total cost of ownership, life cycle savings and the true cost of delaying system upgrades.

For close to two decades Murphy Energy has brought its lighting expertise to building owners and stakeholders throughout Wisconsin, the upper Midwest and beyond.

As an ESCO we are focused on engaging in projects where we can bring superior value and performance to our customers. This means that we do the important work of validating all the project variables and offer a comprehensive

turnkey solution. 

 

From initial conversations and building review to detailed energy consumption audits, lighting design and specifications, to the project proposal and defined scope of work, we are committed to making the experience smooth, uncomplicated and professional.

Lighting technology continues to evolve and advance rapidly. Today's heightened connectivity through IoT platforms enhances building owners' ability to monitor and control energy consumption throughout their facilities. 

Murphy Energy is well versed in these smart control systems and offers solutions that can scale from simple occupancy sensors to systems that deliver incredible insight and performance data through out the enterprise. 

And because the savings are verifiable and dramatic, we can provide attractive financing options too!

Incentives, Grants and Rebates

Today there are incentive programs and grants for nearly every energy efficiency measure imaginable.

We identify the programs your project will qualify for that offer the best total value and manage the application

process on your behalf.

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Energy Assessments
Lighting & Control Systems

Building Automation Systems
Solar

Daylighting
Building Envelope
Renewables

Congress has extended the Energy Policy Act's commercial buildings deduction 179D through December 31, 2020. The extension, also known as the Energy Efficient Commercial Buildings Deduction, gives building owners more time to implement efficiency measures and qualify

for significant tax credits.

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