Sain Engineering Associates, Inc. (SEA) is an energy engineering consulting firm with over twenty-five years of energy management experience.
Sain Engineering is an SBA certified energy engineering firm with over 25 years of energy management experience. We provide licensed and certified energy professionals with the expertise to identify the most cost effective methods to improve functional operations and reduce energy consumption, thereby increasing energy savings and return on investment.Learn More
We provide energy solutions for clients in transportation, healthcare, manufacturing, education and the Department of Defense.
SEA has a proven track record of providing the highest quality service, consistently achieving more than a 3:1 Savings to Investment Ratio (SIR).
SEA has developed a network of world-class energy experts in virtually each and every known aspect of energy efficiency.
Sustainability Planning and Strategies for Energy
SEA can assist owners/managers respond to issues due to rising energy prices, aging assets and infrastructure, and limited funding. Developing and implementing pro-efficiency programs is a crucial step in reducing energy usage.
SEA brings a proven track record of performing facility energy assessments all over the world, auditing more than 190 million sq. ft. over the last four years and identifying millions of dollars for our clients in savings.
Building Commissioning Services
SEA’s commissioning process ensures proper performance as an integral component of a facility’s life cycle. Our strong commissioning expertise is founded on unique skills and experience in system design, troubleshooting and building forensics, as well as ongoing facility operations and maintenance.
Energy Information Systems
SEA can provide a full range of energy information management solutions that allows building owners to integrate energy into their strategic business plan. Through monitoring load profiles and demand, appropriate cost allocation can occur.
Resource Efficiency Management (REM)
SEA has provided energy management services for over 25 years to the federal government and private sector. Our experience has allowed us to be recognized as subject matter experts in the areas of energy efficiency, sustainability, training and strategic planning.
SEA can provide guidance in achieving efficiency certifications such as LEED®, EnergyStar® and Green Globes®.
Alternative and Renewable Energy
SEA can assist clients on selecting the best option for use of alternative/renewable energy sources, including converting to use of different sources of energy, alternative off-site storage and management, alternative and stand-by fuel pricing.
SEA has successfully demonstrated how to provide comprehensive energy engineering services helping clients find ways to meet energy reduction goals and reduce utility costs.
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US Army Central Operational Engineers awards SEA’s Mary Kate DeWolf a Certification of Appreciation. She shares it with members of ASG-Kuwait DWP staff on July 3, 2018 at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. The first Operational Energy quarterly team award is presented to Directorate of Public Works – South, Camp Arifjan, Kuwait and supporting personnel for their…
The U.S. Department of Energy is bringing together Energy Exchange and the Better Buildings Summit in Cleveland, Ohio, August 21-23, creating the largest DOE training, trade show and peer event of the year. SEA will have five speakers at the conference and three moderators! Find us in our bright blue SEA shirts or at booth #537! …
Here’s what happens to commercial buildings that do not have their energy data analyzed on a regular basis: they get less efficient over time. Equipment wears out. The staff isn’t able or motivated to keep up best practices. Proactive measures aren’t being taken to lower utility bills and drive down operational costs related to energy…