About ENERG3

How do I measure success? How do I manage my energy costs?

EnerG3 believes that, in solving others commercial and industrial energy problems, we can create equal value for our employees, customers, and shareholders. This strategy is driven by the phrase, what is “measured is improved and controlled”, a process of transparency and integrity. That is why our energy management services are a continuous life cycle of optimizing your energy strategy and ensuring savings. Our services can be used for small to medium size manufacture or commercial sites, to unusual microgrids systems for coop-utility communities, and even small nations.

The Energy Management LifeCycle

What is my Strategy?

Identify / Define: This can be as simple as a statement of work to an entire corporate strategy. EnerG3 begins where you are and provides outside perspectives from a host of experience in this sector of knowledge.

How do I Buy?

Our experts determine if electricity, alternative energy, storage, or natural gas pricing is the best cost for the application based on current markets and environmental conditions.

How do I Control?

We can provide equipment and software to continuously monitor energy use, measure and verify! Costs often occur in demand and time of use premium charges, but these often can be managed and utilized more effectively.

How do I Optimize?

Every dollar saved on energy and resources increases disposable income to spend or reinvest in your business or organization. Typically, reduced prices lead to growth and more satisfied customers and a more sustainable environment for our communities.

How am I Performing?

Being able to report progress allows you to know if you are meeting your goals of the strategy defined. This allows growth.

Our Values


To ensure our recommendations and solutions deliver maximum results, it’s imperative we develop a deep understanding of our client’s challenges. We work as an integrated company to provide a streamlined solution that meets our customers’ financial and utility needs.


Successful energy management requires using our resources wisely to provide technical excellence, quality, service, and long-term value. Embracing teamwork and improving our process continuously removes barriers that inhibit excellence. Our team is always looking to learn and grow technically and experientially.


We value flexibility and adaptability to stay ahead in a changing energy landscape, and our customers are a valuable guide when determining when and how to expand our portfolio. Innovation is more than the latest and greatest; it means delivering the latest with the greatest result.


We evolve by frequently evaluating whether our execution is aligning with EnerG3 ideals and values. We seek continuous improvement and strive to build and maintain organizational capabilities today that businesses will need tomorrow.

EnerG3 Managing Team

Daniel LeVan – Managing Director

Dan has been a CEO and CFO with four top global companies, including AIG Central Europe living in Moscow, AEGON Asia, and GE Capital. He most recently acted as Managing Director and Chairman of TD Bank in the Caribbean. Dan received his MBA with emphasis in International Finance from DePaul University in Chicago, graduating with distinction. He is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), maintains 10 other financial designations, and has a B.S. in Accounting and Business. He brings global leadership having worked on six continents and is known for creative financial structures for energy projects.

Chris Sarine – Operations Manager / PM

Chris graduated from North Seattle Community College with an A.S. in Architectural Engineering, then received a B.S. in Engineering Management with a concentration in Construction Management at UT Chattanooga. Chris is a certified HERS rater and has experience in building science and energy efficient construction. Chris previously worked for Green Spaces before joining EES. He currently manages energy efficiency projects from lighting upgrades, HVAC retrofits, and building envelope improvements.

Olivia Karavatakis – Director of Renewable Energy / PM

Olivia graduated from East Tennessee State University with a degree in Construction Management. Working as an Estimator, she consistently bid commercial projects ranging from $5-20 million located throughout the southeastern United States.  Additionally, she worked as a pre-construction Project Engineer where she was responsible for the bidding and designing utility-scale solar and wind farms, 20MW – 200MW. Olivia also dedicates time to a non-profit, Green|Spaces where she teaches energy workshops and performs at home energy audits for homeowners and renters looking to reduce monthly living expenses.

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