Palmer Conservation Consulting

is the Midwest’s leading catalyst in Energy Consulting and Professional Services for governmental, educational, commercial, and industrial customers. We have the power to identify and rectify wasted energy, reducing your operating costs.

Palmer Conservation Consulting

will examine each element of your project, and assist with developing a custom, appropriate plan to modernize and improve your organization’s operations.

Palmer Conservation Consulting

is like your ‘energy superhero’ – we are always behind the scenes, helping your programs that promote energy efficiency and environmental stewardship.

Palmer Conservation Consulting

goes beyond facility walls to help you engage your community and celebrate your successes! In-house digital signage, along with social media, will keep your stakeholders and neighbors informed of project results and the outcome of fun activities like energy competitions.

Welcome to Palmer Conservation Consulting


Palmer Conservation Consulting is considered a premier Independent third party – Owner Advocate – Energy Consulting firm. Headquartered in Toledo Ohio with offices in Cleveland and Columbus, Palmer Conservation Consulting (PCC) has successfully provided Energy Procurement and Energy Efficiency services to our educational, commercial and industrial clients throughout Ohio, Michigan, Indiana and Pennsylvania. PCC is affiliated with Palmer Energy.

We “strategically” position our partners for success by minimizing their energy costs while maximizing operational efficiencies. Our holistic approach to energy addresses supply side as well as demand side costs providing our clients with the greatest savings achievable.

Our Services



Energy Programs


Energy Optics

Energy Optics™ by Palmer has the ability to reliably report energy
consumption and spending in real-time.

Read More

EAAP

A program designed to educate and assist counties by effectively securing energy savings, operational savings, utility rebates

Read More

Mercantile

Senate Bill 221, enacted in 2008, requires the electric utilities to capture a 22.2% reduction in energy consumption by the year 2025.

Read More