We empower people to make better utility decisions for a better world.
Smart utility data is the key to making smart utility decisions.
Clean Cut Energy is an engineering and submetering firm based in Guelph, Ontario with a successful track record of game-changing energy efficiency innovations. Clean Cut Energy designs, installs and manages submetering systems for water, electricity, natural gas and thermal energy (or BTU meters) for residential and commercial developments.
The company was founded in 2012 by professional engineer Mike Kazmaier, who began his career performing energy and water audits for Fortune 500 business clients. After serving as a board member for a condominium complex, Mike realized how often volunteer board members are tasked with making decisions about energy and water budgets that can exceed $1 million a year with no experience in the field.
“I realized that if I could help condominiums and other developments manage energy like engineers, we could save them money and make this world a cleaner place.”
WHAT WE DO
Smart utility management that makes saving money simple.
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT
We bring engineering insight to energy management innovation.
Energy efficiency starts with a measured understanding of where your organization is at right now so that future planning takes energy and water into account. We provide energy and water audits, develop long-term resource management plans and secure incentives for projects for industrial, commercial, and institutional clients. Conservation is the cornerstone of a successful energy management strategy and the Clean Cut Energy team has the knowledge and experience required to help your organization meet your utility management goals.
We provide value-added customer service like no other submetering company, constantly striving to find ways to save you money and better our environment.
Reduce, Reuse and Produce is the mantra of the new sustainable energy industry.
Reduce: A documented and benchmarked reduction in energy consumption by streamlining processes and implementing energy and water efficient technology helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions and save money.
Reuse: We look for co-operative energy use opportunities in your facility. Do you have excess heat being produced by a piece of equipment that could be used elsewhere? Heat and energy recovery from existing systems makes better use of the resources you’ve already paid for.
Produce: We look to sources of green power, such as wind and solar, to produce power that can take your facility off the grid, sell back to the grid, or enable co-generation partnerships with neighbours and industry leaders.