Energy Storage can increase reliability, power quality and save you money.
Find out if it’s right for your business.
Energy storage needs have intensified following the shift from fossil fuels and the most common types of sustainable generation being weather dependent. This dependence creates challenges for utility companies who must maintain supply even when there is not enough wind, rain or sun.
To address this, utility companies have started to incentivize consumers to install energy storage systems so the imbalance of supply and demand can be evened out reducing the pressure on the grid.
In a carrot and stick approach, utilities have been raising the cost of capacity (demand charges) during peak times to incentivize a reduction in use, while also providing powerful energy storage rebate and incentive programs.
Both financial and power security concerns have been the driving force behind both commercial and utility-scale energy storage projects, culminating most recently in Tesla building a 100mw battery storage facility in Australia.
Having a good understanding of energy storage technologies, local drivers, base economics and return on investment is the cornerstone to a successful implementation.
The analytical team at Vervantis has over 100 years’ experience in modeling and evaluating distributed generation projects which bring operational and commercial value. Our energy storage expertise is available on-demand to support any aspect of your project from viability to installation.
To learn more about energy storage and it’s viability for your area you can connect with us here or call one of our experts now: 1-888-988-5474
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.
Distributed generation takes many forms, so creating a framework which can address corporate, social and economic stakeholders is key. The available technologies, demand profiles, and your location play a big part in building the business case. Having this analysis completed by an unbiased independent specialist is just the start.
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.
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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!