Capability Statement

Company Summary

EMX Corporation is an energy management consulting firm based in Washington, DC. We help clients with Facilities Management needs specializing in demand-side energy management. We consult on existing as well as new buildings. We have experience in developing energy concepts for Net Zero Energy buildings and facilities. Net Zero Energy buildings create their own energy using renewable sources, and don’t use any more energy than they produce. EMX uses existing technology in an innovative way to reduce energy consumption in commercial buildings. We have numerous facilities which incorporate solar and geo-thermal technologies to drastically reduce energy-related operating costs for our clients.


Mission Statement

EMX helps our clients implement net zero energy building solutions to reduce energy-related operating costs.  Our mission is to promote the reduction of energy consumption. EMx is committed to:

  • Provide high quality project execution to our clients
  • Educate clients on the benefits of Net Zero Energy Solutions for commercial & government buildings
  • Stay on top of the latest developments in green energy facilities, providing information on the most current and state-of-the-art technologies.
  • Promote the professional growth of our employees by providing training opportunities and recognition of achievements.


Company Organization

The following block diagram illustrates the organization of our team:


Services Offered

EMX specializes in the following services:


Facilities Management Studies

EMx energy experts will conduct a site visit and work with facility managers and site owners to understand the complete picture of how energy is used at a given site.  We will review your day-to-day energy practices, your utility bills, and the layout of your energy systems (HVAC, hot water boilers, and lighting systems).  We will then coordinate and condense all this complex information to provide owners with a concise and clear picture of their energy systems.


Feasibility Studies

EMX gathers the information about a proposed energy saving initiative and assess its viability by identifying constraints and issues.  Some of the focus areas included in our study are: budget, schedule, compatibility with the day-to-day facility use, potential for reductions in energy operating costs, and compatibility with facility manager/owner goals.  We will extensively investigate and research a proposed project to support the decision making process of the facility managers/owners.


Energy Alternatives Analysis

EMX will compare the relative merits of multiple options to reduce the energy operating costs of a facility.  We will identify the benefits as well as any potential problems or shortfalls of the technologies being considered.  We will perform a life cycle cost analysis for each technology being considered.  This analysis will quantify how much the owner will save in energy operating costs over the life of the energy technology versus the initial cost of implementing the technology.  This allows facility owners to clearly identify which technologies offer the most savings.


Energy Systems Project Planning & Implementation

EMX will work with the facility manager/owner to plan their energy system upgrade project.  We will provide a comprehensive schedule and detailed budget for the project. Then we will act as a liaison between the owner and contractors, consultants, and vendors responsible for implementing the project.  We will manage the project and facilitate communication between project stakeholders to ensure that everything is completed on-time and on-budget.



EMX provides expert analysis of the following technologies:


Reflective Window Glazing

Special coated window glass reflects UV light back to the outdoors, reducing cooling loss during summer months.


Low-e Window Glazing

For windows that do not receive direct sunlight, low-e glazing can be used to trap heat and reduce heat loss through windows during winter months.



Shading to prevent sunlight from hitting windows reduces demand for cooling during summer months.  This shading can be built into the exterior of the building (architectural shading) or incorporated into the landscaping surrounding the building.


Solar Photovoltaic Systems

Solar panels can be installed on a building exterior to collect electricity.  A variety of strategies can be used to store the electricity for future use, or sell it back to the local grid.


Geo-Thermal Well Systems

Wells are drilled to take advantage of stable underground temperatures.  Water in the wells is used to exchange heat between the facility and the earth using a ground source heat pump.  These systems cam provide highly efficient heating and cooling.


Energy Recovery Ventilation

HVAC systems can be modified to collect the air from the interior space of a building and use it to pre-warm or pre-cool the outdoor air used for heating/cooling.  This allows HVAC systems to run more efficiently.


Water Saving Plumbing Fixtures

There are many water-saving alternatives available for all types of plumbing fixtures.  In commercial applications the most useful are high efficiency toilets and aerated faucets, which reduce water use significantly.



Multiple high-efficiency lighting technologies are available, including fluorescent, LED, and Halogen.  These technologies provide the same amount of light as traditional incandescent lighting, but use much less electricity.


Energy Management Systems

Retro-commissioning, commissioning and energy optimization for various building types.  EMX  can handle system architectural layout, evaluation and programming of open protocol direct digital building management and energy management systems.

Working with EMX

We currently work with public and private owners and facility managers in Washington, DC.  If you are interested in finding out how we can help reduce energy-related operating costs for your facility, please contact us!