EcoMotion was incorporated in 2001 and has business offices in downtown Los Angeles. EcoMotion’s President, Ted Flanigan, has spearheaded projects in the United States and overseas for 33 years. EcoMotion, its principals, and colleagues have a track record of steering society toward a sustainable energy future and a reputation of getting things done. We raise awareness and spur efficiency gains and renewable energy investments. This takes many forms, from solar analyses to carbon neutrality advising. We helped a New York school take major steps towards its 2020 carbon neutrality commitment in a cost-effective, phased approach. That began with eight acres of solar!
Years ago, Ted Flanigan developed “the power of the increment” as his positive mantra. It’s the opposite of the tragedy of the commons. It’s about collective action. This defines EcoMotion’s corporate posture. We share our optimism and enthusiasm for sustainable and appealing development.
EcoMotion has served as the owner’s representative to myriad clients. We are completely objective and neutral; we have no ties or economic interests with any suppliers. In addition to serving as project manager during installation and providing quality control services, we routinely monitor our projects on behalf of our clients.
We are continuously excited about new industry developments! We keep a keen eye and interest in cutting-edge technologies. Currently, we are implementing battery storage systems in San Diego, Monterey, Santa Clara, and Orange Counties. In Monterey County, solar systems will be coupled with a seven-hour storage capacity on six campuses for grid outages. EcoMotion is promoting the concept of PERCs for schools — Powered Emergency Response Centers. In the event of a grid outage, schools become microgrids; in the event of a long-term outage, these sites become community centers… powered by the sun and managed with batteries and smart microgrid controls. Our work involves sophisticated modeling of rate structures overlaid with solar and storage. And all these projects create jobs and clean energy.