Cadmus performs quantitative and qualitative evaluation of existing systems, providing more complete and reliable projections on how a microgrid or other distributed resources may lower costs, increase reliability, and decrease carbon emissions. In addition, with our qualitative capabilities, we identify potential impact areas such as job creation and other economic benefits not seen in typical projections. Our monitoring and evaluation services, after implementation, will also ensure you are realizing the benefits that were forecast or locate areas where the system needs to be adjusted in order to realize those benefits. Our focus on the demand side of electrical markets enables us to understand and work with your end users, providing you with valuable insights that will improve existing projects.

Cadmus is committed to delivering cross-disciplinary services and solutions that help our clients achieve their goals and, in doing so, create social and economic value and improve people’s lives. With over a quarter-century of energy-industry experience, Cadmus’ Energy Services Division (ESD) works with utilities, policy-makers, regulatory commissions, and efficiency organizations to provide expertise in these critical areas: energy policy planning; energy-efficiency, demand-response and renewable energy evaluations; market characterizations; potential studies; utility integrated resource planning; and large-scale energy conservation efforts and education.

ESD plays a major role in national demand-side management initiatives by developing energy-efficiency and conservation strategies for both public and private utilities, helping microgrid or distributed resource operate at optimal efficiency, thus reducing the need for more power plants [generation assets]. Additionally, we monitor new technologies, techniques, and issues relevant to the energy industry and the environment, including renewable power, greenhouse gas emissions audits, codes and standards, and behavior-change strategies. To learn more visit