energy management 

Automatic Controls has been at the forefront of facility energy management since 1978.  Energy management concepts and strategies are ever changing. We keep our commitment to helping our customers save energy. Our collaboration with Ameren, Energy Star and USGBC, along with our robust product offerings and our field experience, allow us to be your solution for measuring, managing, controlling, and improving your energy usage for a greener, more cost effective future. 

utility rebates

Automatic Controls has worked with Ameren on many energy saving projects for our customers.  We have continued to expand our energy savings projects for our customers, utilizing the newest technology and techniques.  This approach benefits our customers in many ways: they reduce their initial cost through incentives, keep their buildings and systems up to date, and make the world a better place thanks to the energy savings.  

green construction

Our staff includes three LEED accredited professionals and two Certified Energy Managers (CEM).  With experience in many fields, we can help meet your LEED targets, as well as building a plan for long term sustainable energy use.


Automatic Controls offers energy benchmarking services for all of your buildings.  Utilizing the Energy Star Portfolio Manager tool, we can compare the energy efficiency of your building to similar buildings and offer suggestions to make your building operate more efficiently.

Energy Benchmarking is the first step in a successful building efficiency improvement project.  The results of energy benchmarking provide real feedback that allow us to work with our customers to identify the best improvement measures. 

Our experience in building controls makes energy management come easily.  We optimize buildings using Automated Logic's award-winning building management system, WebCTRL, to conserve energy usage while maintaining occupant comfort levels.  Strategies that we use to help our customer conserve energy include:

  • Scheduling

  • Set-point Resetting

  • Demand Controlled Ventilation

  • Demand Limiting

  • Enhanced Economizing

  • Central Plant Pumping Strategies