Energy Service Contractor Network Expands to Canada to Grow the Energy Savings-as-a-Service Investment Platform

Delavan, Wisconsin –The Network provides project opportunities, Energy-as-a-Service sales training, and the investment platform to fund the contractor’s projects by removing the CapEx and Debt barriers.

Decarbonization of our buildings and industries is going to be very capital intensive. Canada’s Climate Goals is creating a battle over the capita that companies have between growing the company and their primary focus and the need for carbon reduction. Onsite solves this problem through our Energy-as-a-Service Investment Platform by providing the capital for the energy upgrades and simply charges a monthly service fee that is less than the business currently spends.

Fritz Kreiss, Onsite’s CEO commented,” Every energy efficiency contractor has a stack of proposals they thought were done deals but instead they got ‘It’s just not in the budget and we aren’t borrowing any money’. Selling Energy-as-a-Service removes this major barrier. Business owners view the use of their capital as a tool to grow the company and not reduce energy or for decarbonization.  Onsite Utility Services makes the investment in the energy infrastructure to reduce the carbon footprint so the business can keep their capital focused on growing revenue.”

Fritz Kreiss added, “We work through our Canadian Contractor Network as our local presence to do energy audits, installations, and service for our projects. And of course, we provide our Energy-as-a-Service funding platform for the contractors to fund their own projects and grow their business. With the Canadian carbon tax, there is even a bigger incentive to reduce your carbon footprint but the use of capital is always a battle over company priorities.”

Onsite Utility Services Capital invests in energy solutions ranging from Lighting, Geothermal HVAC, chiller optimization, RTU optimization, power solutions, cogeneration to phase change thermal energy storage, sustainable roofing or Refrigeration optimization. For further info go to .

Written by OUS

January 24, 2024

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