Hi,

I'm thinking of outsourcing the input of data into TREAT software. There is an outfit in upstate NY which will enter all the data into TREAT for $50. Has anyone tried something like this?

Thanks

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Who is the group? I would like to send some audits also. Is there a list of information needed to be sent/ data collection forms that need to be completed?

Thanks!

Hi Jonathan,

Their name is Action Energy Consultants located in upstate NY. Their website is www.actionenergyconsultants.com

I haven't tried them yet, but I am in the process of sending up a couple jobs.

Guys, let me know how that works out. I know there is another place down south, but can't find their info. Thanks

I just sent up a job last night, I'll let you guys know how it turned out.

My Name is James Van Hee - I am operations manager at Van Hee Mechanical, We have been doing Geothermal installs since 1978 and have over 500 installs in Western NY now. I would like to share our experience with Action Energy Consultants...

We have worked with Andrew on several projects now and want to say that he is extremely knowledgeable in TREAT and Auditing. Mainly Andrew does our uploads and hes done an excellent job at them. We have absolutely no issues with anything hes done for us and he does his work in a very timely fashion.

I would definitely recommend him for anything your doing in the way of TREAT or Audits or whatever your company needs to fill in the blanks for your NYSERDA tasks.

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