Our Clients

Energy efficiency projects built for your industry

No two buildings are the same. That’s why we double down on understanding the unique needs of your facility and industry.


Sustainable practices for superior patient care

Coordinating a major project in hospitals and healthcare facilities comes with a unique set of rules.

Which means you need partners who understand:

Infection control practices

Coordination with patient care areas

Shifting schedules around a 24-hour facility

How to prepare for disruptions in access to facilities

Our experience with hospital projects means we know how to work around your schedule and within your regulations.

See our work in healthcare:

Commercial Real Estate

Better your buildings while cutting down costs

The right equipment supports your team and long-term financial goals.

Proving quick ROI comes down to choosing the right projects – and the right partners.

We’ll help you:

Select the right lighting application for the specific area

Match the aesthetic goals of a building

Work around your schedule, so the project doesn’t interfere with day-to-day operations

Secure financing, loans, and grants for capital projects

Increase the value of your portfolio by boosting net operating income

See our work in commercial real estate:

Smart buildings. Smarter savings.

Speak with an Energy Advisor. Not a salesman. You’ll know in 15 minutes if energy upgrades make sense for your facility.

“I was impressed with the morale and the impact it had on everyone, as well as how smooth and professional [PCE] was. They were able to get in and leave around our schedule, and we never felt like we weren’t in communication with them or things weren’t going well.”

Joey Macourek, Director of Finance, Loftis Steel

“Having all the data, savings, and interest rate made it an easy decision to partner with [PCE].”

Robert Sipp, Director of Facility, United Methodist Publishing

“PCE did an excellent job of projecting the cost of the project, and the savings that would be generated by the project, w‌hich gave us confidence that the project would cost us no new money. What it would do was change the cost of our electricity in such a way that the savings would more than cover the cost of the project.”

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