save money, energy &
the planet


287 17th St, Suite 300, Oakland, CA

regional offices

Southern CA • Utah • Idaho
New York


510 834 6420

achieve sustainable building operations

Reduce energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions while increasing reliability, resiliency and comfort through energy efficiency, decarbonization and smart building solutions.

We provide trusted, energy engineering consulting services to achieve these goals that improve efficiency, maximize ROI and minimize your building's carbon footprint.

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sustainable & efficient building

energy solutions

Cost-effectively reduce climate impact, leverage technology,
increase profits or mitigate COVID-19 with our customized, energy consulting services.

carbon zero


Achieve carbon reduction goals with electrification and zero carbon projects.


smart buildings

Leverage data-driven energy monitoring and reporting solutions to measure what matters.


energy efficiency

Reduce building operating costs with OpEx and CapEx energy saving projects.


mitigate COVID

Implement safe ventilation practices to help stop the spread of COVID-19. 

testimonials from

happy customers

You can be confident in your decision to work with us. With over two decades of experience, our customers' satisfaction speaks for itself.

kW Engineering provided professional staff, clear and complete design analysis, thorough review and excellent contract administration which allowed the college to capture approximately 1.5 MWh of electricity. Citrus college is more efficient and cost effective due to kW Engineering.

Fred Diamond

Director of Facilities & Construction, Citrus College

kW has highly trained staff and delivers thorough, objective audit reports.

Laura Billings

Sage Green Development

I'm grateful kW's provided such a consistent team for us over the years.

Chief Sustainability Officer

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