With the FIT and MicroFIT programs coming to an end, our customers are looking to net metering solutions to meet their energy management goals. Here’s how it works:
Allows generation credits earned in one location to be applied against energy consumption in another location. Here’s how it works:
Customers are looking more and more to be less reliant on the energy grid. Batteries when combined with generation technology can be discharged during peak periods or used as a backup or even for islanding purposes. Here’s how it works:
Customers are looking to advanced metering solutions to better manage and analyze their energy consumption. Here’s how it works:
Electric vehicles are already here and becoming more and more prevalent. Electrical vehicle infrastructure is needed to grow this industry. Renewable energy can not only be used to supply the grid or battery storage, but also to power electrical vehicle charging stations. Here’s how it works:
Cogeneration technology – also known as combined heat and power (CHP) — is a pretty simple idea.
Using natural gas as a fuel source, on-site generators deliver clean electricity, while waste heat is captured and stored for heating and cooling purposes. Here’s how it works: