Although small in size, has had a three-year sales growth of 380%. Adding several full time careers, EDSS has expanded their diverse workforce of engineers, lighting designers, architects, grant writers and consultants significantly over the past two years, and has landed #820 overall and #24 in Energy on INC. Magazine’s list of the Fastest Growing 500|5000 Companies.
Recently nominated for Michigan’s 50 Companies to Watch, EDSS serves a broad-range of industries throughout the United States including academic institutions, arenas, restaurants, factories, retail stores and other large and small businesses alike. By working across markets, EDSS has the advantage of working throughout the United States to assist an array of commercial and residential building projects.
ENERGY STAR enables you to identify, prioritize, and verify opportunities for saving resources. The addition of waste and water tracking provides your energy team a more complete picture from which they can make recommendations and improvements to shrink your operating expenditures further. The tools display usage information in gas, electric, waste and water in multiple views to enhance understanding display changes in usage month to month. EDSS can analyze your usage trends, reach actionable conclusions that can shrink your energy expenditures without significant capital investment, and assist in obtaining national recognition for your business and energy efficient facility.
December, 2016 | Whitmore Lake, MI-Retailers, Restaurants, and Franchisees often look at their front of house when evaluating upgrades as this is their face to their customers. “However, they’re missing a lot of savings from a maintenance-free back of house,” said David Ely, EDSS’s CEO. Replacing lighting in their back of house to LEDs can provide lower maintenance costs as LEDs have a longer life, lower operational costs, and a cleaner aesthetic for their employees.