H2O Applied Technologies

H2O Applied Technologies

H2O Applied Technologies

H2O Applied Technologies reduces utility expenses-water, energy, waste and telecommunications-by designing and installing a wide range of measures to optimize utility usage and/or replace inefficient equipment and systems. With over 15 years of experience serving clients in the healthcare, university, scientific research, and federal government sectors, we deliver reliable ways to reduce utility costs and solve related problems. We are a certified Women Business Enterprise (WBE). Effective utility usage is the product of creative thinking-seeing where conservation measures or new, more efficient systems can be applied. Our unique experience, specialized software, and innovative deal structuring and financing capabilities benefit our clients by lowering their utility operating costs and upgrading their facilities.

Company details

50 Federal Street, 4th Floor , Boston , Massachusetts 02110-2500 USA
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Business Type:
Service provider
Industry Type:
Energy Utilities
Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)
Year Founded:
1946

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Effective utility usage is the product of creative thinking-seeing where conservation measures or new, more efficient systems can be applied. Our unique experience, specialized software, and innovative deal structuring and financing capabilities benefit our clients by lowering their utility operating costs and upgrading their facilities.

Headquartered in Boston, H2O traces its roots to The Beacon Companies. Since its establishment in 1946 The Beacon Companies has been a leading developer, builder and operator of commercial, hotel, and multi-residential real estate. This strong background in facilities construction and management provides H2O Applied Technologies with an extensive knowledge base of facility operations and methods to optimize utility usage.