Location: 1177 W Loop S Fwy #500 Houston, TX 77027
Description: Founded by Mark Robinson in 2002, Momentum Bay Associates is an energy & sustainability management consulting firm. Under the brand “Green Power 4 Texas,” the firm acts as an energy brokerage, specializing in the procurement and sale of green power.
+ According to its website, Momentum Bay has two primary goals: to help organizations & ultimately households create sustainable, long-term growth resulting in less harm, no harm & even good by going green profitably & practically; and to do the right thing to the right extent at the right time for the right reasons with the right attitude.
+ Clients divided into three major segments: design, construction, & real estate firms; businesses pursuing sustainability initiatives from diverse industries; and faith-based nonprofits.
+ Offers sustainability training program for businesses under the names ECO [BOOT CAMP] and GREEN [BOOT CAMP].
+ One of nine firms that reviews LEED submittals for the USGBC® with experience on over 400+ green building projects, providing eco-charrettes, LEED project management & documentation, green team training, energy modeling, daylight analysis, & computational fluid dynamics (CFD)
Conclusion: Our visit to Momentum Bay was definitely memorable, largely due to the charismatic presence of founder and CEO Mark Robinson. It was fascinating to hear the story of how the company came into being, and precisely how it carved out a niche in the marketplace. I have long held ambivalence towards the very concept of a consultancy firm, particularly in the sustainability “industry.” However, it does seem that Momentum Bay has a keen interest in seeing the tangible results of their work, which I very much appreciate.
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