With our Energy Management Services, we reduce waste and save money for large organizations by optimizing their energy and water. We give leaders the information they need to make data-informed decisions and exceed sustainability initiatives.
From large private and public entities in New Mexico, to demanding Corporate entities operating internationally, Mountain Vector Energy is a highly experienced provider of advanced Energy Management Services.
We are adept with converting vast and layered data sets from a wide variety of existing customer sources to define simple and tangible opportunities to validate energy technology performance and actively reduce waste.
After three years of working with the City of Albuquerque, Mountain Vector Energy nominated the City for the AEE 2023 Institutional Energy Management Award. The Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) selected Albuquerque for its national and international prominence in energy and water optimization while promoting best practices of energy engineering and energy management.
In 2021, Mountain Vector Energy was named one of New Mexico’s fastest growing companies by Albuquerque Business First.
In 2019, Mountain Vector Energy was recognized by Albuquerque Business First as the second fastest growing company in New Mexico.
In the period from 2016-2018, Mountain Vector Energy was named New Mexico’s fastest growing small company.
In 2019, Mountain Vector Energy was named one of New Mexico’s Top 100 Private Companies by Albuquerque Business First
Mountain Vector Energy is a selected approved vendor for comprehensive Energy Management services with Allied States Cooperative (ASC), ASC Education Service Center Region 19, Cooperative Educational Services (CES) New Mexico and the U.S. Federal Government.
Mountain Vector Energy is an active National member of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE). We carry an active AEE Certified Energy Manager certification. We have participated with one of our customers in the U.S. Department of Energy Better Buildings Challenge. Additionally, we have attended the Albuquerque Energy Council (AEC) for 7 years, and we are a member of the AEC Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) sub-committee.