EMC is the abbreviation of Energy Managenment Company, which means contract energy management. The Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Construction (Finance Construction [2006] No. 460) and (Finance Construction [2006] No. 459) put forward the concept of "integrated energy service mode of construction, operation and management" and "investment and operation management unit of renewable energy building application project".

The Mammoth and EMC models:

The Mammoth and EMC models have a high technical content due to the ground source heat pump, especially in terms of overall solutions and system integration. Without the long-term service of a specialized company, the customer will face complex technical problems. Secondly, the initial investment in a ground source heat pump system is high. If the entire investment is made by the customer, the financial burden on the customer is high. The State advocates the "integrated construction, operation and management energy service model", which is designed to solve these two problems. To undertake the "integrated construction, operation and management energy service model" requires strong financial and technical capabilities. Mammoth's EMC model is the result of many years of preparation, including the creation of a professional team.

Our philosophy is:

1. to provide users with humanized heating/air conditioning/domestic hot water services, and to guarantee the advanced nature of their infrastructure;
2. to achieve on-demand heating/cooling and domestic hot water use through the application of a sub-divisional counting system, to reduce homeowners' costs, reduce social energy consumption, guarantee the long-term use of heating/cooling effects, and safeguard the fundamental interests of homeowners;
3. to guarantee the stable operation of the system through professional and more detailed maintenance and services, as well as to relieve users' post-completion problems. To protect the stable operation of the system, to relieve users of worries.

The benefits of using EMC:

i. Good results. The thermal system provides three services: heating, air conditioning and domestic hot water, and its greatly improves the quality of life of the owners.
ii. Low cost. The implementation of heating on demand and metering charges, the owners' heating contribution is generally lower than the standard set by the local government, and the owners get the benefit.
iii. Good service. There is a maintenance point in each district, service to households, on call.