maximum energy professionals

MAXIMUM ENERGY PROFESSIONALS

ENGINEERING FOR A GREENER TOMORROW

OUR AWARDS

Energy Star Award 2024
energy award 2023
energy award 2020
energy-award-2019
energy star 2018

WHAT WE DO

Maximum Energy Professionals (“MEP”) is a full service mechanical-electrical-plumbing and energy conservation design firm.
We provide customized energy efficiency and engineering design services to building owners and managers, allowing them to save money on their utilities while reducing their carbon footprint and becoming better stewards of the environment.
As a small business enterprise, we pride ourselves on our rapid response to every inquiry, personal integrity in our business relationships, impeccable customer service, and excellence in our work product at all times.

OUR SERVICES

  • ENERGY STAR Benchmarking and Certification
  • EBEWE and Other Municipal Benchmarking Ordinances
  • CA AB 802 Compliance
  • LEED Accreditation Support
  • ASHRAE Level I & II Energy Audits
  • Green-Building Design
  • Mechanical and Plumbing System Design
  • Electrical System Design
  • HVAC System Design
  • Property Condition Assessments
  • Cost Effectiveness Assessments
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Engineering Defect Expert Witness
  • Cogeneration and Power Plant Design
  • Construction Support
  • Energy Project Development

HOW WE WORK

We combine comprehensive energy evaluations and project design services for large and small commercial, industrial, institutional, medical, and educational facilities. We are also experienced in due-diligence property condition assessment reports, as well as serving as expert witness for engineering-related cases. Feel free to reach out to us with any inquiry.

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Summer Energy Saving Tips
As you may have noticed, it has been very hot this summer. Oppressive heat waves have been rolling in one after another and those unfortunate enough to live in impacted areas have been blasting the AC. While it is tempting to leave your thermostat at a brisk sub-75℃ Fahrenheit, that is not only expensive but irresponsible in terms of energy efficiency. Here are some alternative tips on how to save energy and money while still staying cool. . . .
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