Consulting

BioDynamics specializes in innovative Renewable Energy and Sustainable Agriculture business solutions in the U.S. market, providing Consulting, Project Management, Construction, System Installation and Maintenance Services for commercial, institutional, educational, residential, and specialty applications using state-of-the-art technologies and procedures.

Our controlled environment agriculture and renewable energy business solutions enable organizations to improve their environmental and economic efforts as well as meet its social responsibilities. BioDynamics consultants provide a comprehensive analysis that will determine the energy and financial savings our technology can provide. We calculate the renewable power generation and/or crop production possible in your location. We evaluate all environmental contingencies in order to tailor a solution that maximizes profitability and conserves environmental resources.

The firm’s consulting services include:

  • Greenhouse Construction & Operation Advisors
  • Building Commissioning
  • Energy Efficiency Strategies
  • Energy Audits

Energy Audits

BioDynamics offers customers LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Certification Support.

Our Energy Audits provide building owners with a road-map to asset infrastructure and energy usage. An energy audit can let you know where your consumption levels are today, and what you can do to realize a better tomorrow. Our highly skilled energy engineers can help you use the knowledge gained in Energy Audits to enable solutions to upgrade your entire portfolio.

With our Energy Audit services, BioDynamics installers identify opportunities to reduce the energy use and/or the cost of operating a building or running an industrial process. Whether it’s new construction, renovation, or retrofit, our audit reports provide building owners the information they need to decide which of the recommended modifications they should implement.

To complete an Energy Audit, we work through the following processes:

  • Collect and analyze historical energy use.
  • Study the building or process and its operational characteristics.
  • Identify potential modifications that will reduce energy use and/or cost
  • Perform an engineering and economic analysis of potential modifications.
  • Prepare a rank-ordered list of appropriate modifications.
  • Report the results.