Generation & Storage
Improving power quality, reliability and access had traditionally been the main motivation for distributed generation, however, the move toward sustainable power and grid cost avoidance is now the largest driver in the sector.
Regardless of how committed an organization to reduce emissions, the numbers must add up commercially. In an environment where projects run in hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars, impartial advice has never been more important.
We help organizations assess their power needs and find the most appropriate type, size, and technology to deliver the optimum distributed generation scheme. Our analysts consider operational, commercial and funding alternatives for the life of the project with our specialists able to manage the entire project from viability study to RFP, negotiation to the execution of agreements, and utility and vendor project management.
As the saying goes, the cheapest unit of energy, is the one you don’t use. Saving energy reduces consumption, cost and carbon, and technologies are constantly evolving to help you become more profitable, but which ones make commercial sense to implement?
Clean-Tech generation uses technologies which accelerate and enable the utilization of renewable energy resources, in addition to energy production from alternative sources such as sewage, waste materials and heat.
Most of us can’t choose when we use energy, and often, that’s exactly the same time when everyone else is! These times of peak use (demand) can create spikes in price and prove problematic in areas where distribution capacity is weak. However, technologies are available which facilitate electricity delivery and provide commercial and industrial customers with more control over how and when their energy is delivered and utilized.
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