“Our underlying value proposition is that we take up complex energy initiatives and simplify them for our clients. We don’t sell technologies, but rather, partner with our clients to help them make smarter decisions with their investments,” adds Matt Brzica, executive vice president, energy solutions at Helios Energy. Pioneering in the clean energy sector and energy efficient initiatives, Helios works with corporate, non-profit, and government clients, thereby benefitting from experiences and connections that could potentially help clients solve some of the critical challenges in the industry. The company’s veteran-owned status serves as a medallion of trust and assurance to clients partnering with Helios for a myriad of energy initiatives.
The company’s competencies are substantiated by the projects it has undertaken over the years.
We don’t sell technologies, but rather, partner with our clients to help them make smarter decisions with their investments
A recent project carried out in collaboration with Concord University in West Virginia showcases Helios’ effectiveness in addressing such diverse client requirements. The venture comprised at least 30000 LED bulbs with a total of 12000 fixtures, spread across the entire campus. By carrying out the project under its TSA, Helios helped the university avoid taking on potential debts to finance the project while covering the equipment entirely for seven years. Such engagements have paved the way for newer opportunities in sectors such as manufacturing, transportation, and sports lighting. Reminiscing on the collaboration with Helios, Peter Viscusi, vice president of academic affairs at Concord University says, “If there are needs that require immediate attention, Helios is instrumental in addressing those needs in an efficient manner. As a result, our campus is a safe and secure environment for the students. The difference, before and after the collaboration, is almost night and day.” The firm aspires to explore regions with high unemployment rates and energy inefficiencies such as West Virginia to deliver energy solutions that not only suffice their needs but also contribute to economic growth.