Frontier Energy, a new company with a long history.

BKi, CDH Energy, Davis Energy Group, Fisher-Nickel, and Frontier Associates came together to leverage capabilities, relationships, experience, and data to better help our clients reduce energy use, increase alternative transportation, and bring new ideas to life.

“It was such a pleasure to watch all of you speak so eloquently about a complicated technology. I feel so fortunate to work with such smart and dedicated people.”

Suzanne Loosen, Zero Emission Vehicles Coordinator
San Francisco Department of the Environment

Our Team

Sustainability

Frontier Energy Sustainability

As a leading energy consulting and research company, Frontier Energy is committed to practicing efficiency and sustainability across all our offices and operations. We believe every employee can help protect the integrity of our planet for future generations.

Our vision of sustainability for Frontier Energy sets forth objectives for six areas:

  • Energy – Use energy in an efficient and responsible way
  • Natural Resources – Conserve resources strategically through purchasing decisions and day-to-day activities
  • Material Management – Responsibly manage material re-use, recycling, and disposal
  • Communication and Education – Raise awareness of and commitment to sustainable practices throughout our company and share best practices
  • Employee Well-Being – Encourage safe and healthy work, commute, and leisure practices
  • Risk Assessment – Identify and monitor risks to our company; seek ways to sustain and improve our performance

Community Involvement

Community involvement - Frontier Energy

We give back to the communities in which we work.
Our involvement includes:

  • Volunteering with the Union Rescue Mission
  • Adopting families for the holidays
  • Participating in the American Lung Association Fight for Air Climb
  • Donating food service equipment to schools and non-profit organizations
  • Providing graphic design and web programming talents to local non-profits
  • Served as judges for the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon
  • Staff serve on boards of directors for a variety of organizations including environmental, fine arts, music, education, health, and philanthropic causes
  • Caring for trees in public parks and picking up trash in creeks and waterways

Awards

  • ACEEE “Exemplary Program” Award for BayREN, OG&E, and AOG Joint Weatherization Program (2019)
  • U.S. DOE “Outstanding Achievement” (2015)
  • U.S. DOE “Top Innovation” (2014)
  • Clean Air Through Energy Efficiency “Outstanding Commercial Enterprise” (2014)
  • West Sac Chamber of Commerce “Business Person of the Year” (2014)
  • PRSA Sacramento “Crystal Merit” (2013)
  • Foodservice Consultants Society International “Green Award” (2012)
USDOE, City of West Sacramento, FCSI

Net Promoter Score

Frontier Energy receives a perfect NPS® of 100%: an exceptional achievement reflecting consistently high performance serving its client base. Our team is also known for its deep technical expertise in the areas in which it consults. Clients have absolute confidence in Frontier Energy’s work.

Net Promoter Score = 10 for Frontier Energy
*NPS® measures customer experience and predicts business growth.

Memberships

American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy
Association of Energy Services Professionals
Building Decarbonization Coalition
California Association of Building Energy Consultants
California Chamber of Commerce
California Efficiency + Demand Management Council
California Restaurant Association
E3T Connect
EGIA
Emerging Technologies Coordinating Council
Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance

North American Association of Food Equipment Manufacturers
National Restaurant Association
North State Building Industry Association
Northern California Solar Energy Association
US Green Building Council
H2USA
Fuels Institute
Sustain OC
Texas Energy Poverty Research Institute
San Ramon Chamber of Commerce
West Sacramento Chamber of Commerce

Careers

Interested in joining the Frontier Energy team?
Learn about our company culture, offices, and open positions.

Known as the “Live Music Capital of the World,” Austin consistently ranks in the top ten of the Best Places to Live.
512-372-8778
1515 S Capital of Texas Hwy, Suite 110,
Austin, TX 78746
Cazenovia is an idyllic lakeside community with exceptional outdoor activities.
315-655-1063
2695 Bingley Road,
Cazenovia, NY 13035
The energy-efficient office has two outdoor gathering areas for lunch, parties, and meetings and is a quick walk to shops and restaurants.
530-753-1100
123 C Street,
Davis, CA 95616
The LA office is just blocks from two metro stations and a short walk from the Staples Center and Walt Disney Concert Hall.
213-213-1960
600 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 500,
Los Angeles, CA 90017
The office is located across the street from a BART station and steps away from a variety of restaurants.
510-444-8707
1000 Broadway, Suite 410,
Oakland, CA 94607
The San Ramon office has a lab for testing equipment, large meeting spaces, and shared offices.
925-866-2844
12949 Alcosta Blvd, Suite 101,
San Ramon, CA 94583
Easily accessible by car and bike, the building has a large gallery with hands-on exhibits about alternative fuels and conference space.
916-371-2870
3300 Industrial Blvd, Suite 1000,
West Sacramento, CA 95691