Make Distributed Generation Decisions With Confidence
Distributed generation takes many forms, so creating a framework which can address corporate, social and economic stakeholders is essential. The available technologies, demand profiles, and location will play a big part in building the business case, as will environmental goals and concerns. Energy professionals prefer to have this analysis completed by unbiased independent specialists like Vervantis.
Low emission distributed generation technologies (solar, wind, biofuels) and those utilizing waste streams (landfill or manure), have a number of distinct differences when evaluating commercial viability, and suitability for use. We have a specialist team who identify the most appropriate technology to fit your business, evaluating project economics and funding options. All areas are investigated from supporting tax incentives, utility rebate programs or tariff offsets.
As an independent advisor, Vervantis give you all the facts on all the costs. We model distributed generation schemes over there life, allowing you to take make or buy decisions with confidence.
Detailed vendor analysis precedes any RFI or RFP we conduct to make sure our clients are only working with reputable experienced developers. We support contract negotiations, evaluate project timelines, financing options, and risk at every level to make sure each distributed generation project is delivered on time and on budget.
Our project team is always on hand to further support or fully manage the installation, liaising with developers and utility companies to ensure permitting and grid connections are managed smoothly.
The cheapest unit of energy is the one you don’t use. Vervantis engineers are ASHRAE, N.E.S.I and LEED certified and expert in uncovering behavioral and operational inefficiencies. Most level one and two audits uncover 10% in energy savings with half of these requiring no capital and the rest under 2-year payback with deeper audits uncovering in excess of 30% savings.
Often we have little control over when we use energy, so making it as cheap as possible when we do is the key driver for most supply chain professionals. Thanks to commercial scale battery storage, organizations can now store cheaper off-peak power for use during peak times, avoiding expensive network charges.
Energy procurement is much more complex than signing a contract and hoping you’ve made the right decision. It takes a lot of research and, even more importantly, an understanding of the energy and utility landscape. For businesses, the way utilities are handled will inevitably influence how much money is spent and how much energy is saved — two things that can drastically change your fiscal outlook. To understand the best solution we carefully consider options from energy suppliers, regulated utilities and SourceRisk™, our noteworthy dynamic price risk management solution.
Sustainability reporting is streamlined with our agile and accredited financial-grade reporting software that underpins CSR programs (CDP, DJSI, GRI etc), and brings environmental strategies to life. Simplify management with supplier surveys, task assignment, automated follow-up and data collection. An independently verified process ensures data quality, and because we keep all emission factors up to date, you never have to worry about accuracy for audits.
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Whether you’re a seasoned professional, or considering your first distributed generation project, our team has the knowledge and insight to improve your process and save you more – guaranteed!