Energy Analysis and Benchmarking

Benchmarking in South Jersey

As your energy partner, Hutchinson helps analyze and manage specific energy needs – even as they change.  If you ever wondered how your facility’s energy performance stacks up over a similar time period or performance compared to similar facilities, benchmarking is the solution.

Benchmarking works best when it’s done consistently over time so you can measure throughout the process. In a recent study, EPA found that buildings that were benchmarked consistently reduced energy use by an average of 2.4 percent per year, for a total savings of 7 percent. Buildings that started out as poor performers saved even more.

Through Hutchinson’s free benchmarking service, we assess the energy performance of facilities compared to similar buildings.  Actual energy usage is then tracked and scored based on industry type. We provide a detailed report, along with valuable information on implementing energy-efficient technologies, and available financial incentives to reduce project costs.


Services include:

  • Utility bill analysis
  • Demand side load analysis
  • Utility monitoring and metering
  • Load isolation of specific equipment
  • Thermal readings of electrical panels
  • Assistance with utility deregulation
  • Gas and Electric utility purchasing

Take Charge With Benchmarking

Imagine if you were behind the curve and didn’t even know it. So whether you are in South Jersey or anywhere throughout the Delaware Valley, by benchmarking your energy performance, you’ll be in a position to take action and make changes that will reduce your energy consumption and increase your bottom line.

If you score low, conduct an energy audit to see where you may be wasting energy.

And if you score high, apply for ENERGY STAR certification and get bragging rights that your facility is energy-efficient. Even if you get ENERGY STAR certification, be sure to continue benchmarking to make sure you’re on the right track.

For more information on the Benchmarking service click here.

For more information on the DOE Energy Star click here.