Specializing in Sales Consulting and New Project Development
To help C & I groups, Facility Managers, Property Managers and R.E. Developers navigate and execute available efficiency options that will deliver maximum results in three areas:
Significantly lowering operational costs
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions
Improving resiliency/Hardening infrastructure
Your Power to Save
What Has Changed: Over the past several years, there have been significant changes to the ways C & I businesses are charged for their energy. These changes include:
- Weighted Demand Charges
- T.O.U. (Time Of Use) Pricing
- Peak Demand Charges (Coincident & Non-Coincident)
- Customer Charges
- Tariff Structure Shifts
What Is Available: There are utility and state programs that currently provide funding for efficiency measures. These programs can vary significantly by type of building, state, region and utility.
We can help navigate the energy efficiency landscape. By leveraging all of the existing incentive funding opportunities as well as our long-standing relationships and technology tools we can implement a packaged, behind-the meter solution, that will satisfy all of your efficiency and resiliency goals.
- Solar Applications
- System Design
- Installations Of CHP
- Tecogen CHP
- Tecogen Gas Driven Chillers
- Storz Battery Storage
- Tesla Powerpack
- Lg Chem Battery Storage System
“It’s this simultaneous production of cooling and engine heat recovery that categorizes it as a combined heat and power (CHP) system, thereby unlocking local utility incentives, as well as federal tax credits to supplement the operational cost savings inherent with CHP systems.” Stephen Lafaille, Product Manager for Tecogen
Solar panel systems benefit the environment by producing electricity with zero emissions. Solar power reduces the “greenhouse gas effect” around the world by eliminating the need for the same power to be produced using fossil fuels. Solar energy is a virtually infinite resource and will last as long as the sun exists. Solar also significantly lowers utility and operational costs.
Energy storage is a significant strategic opportunity for the Northeast
It can improve grid operations, reduce energy costs, provide backup power through storms, and benefit the local economy. The Energy Storage Initiative aims to make the Commonwealth a national leader in the emerging energy storage market requiring a 200 Megawatt hour (MWh) energy storage target to be achieved by January 1, 2020 ( https://www.mass.gov/energy-storage-initiative )
Local & Regional Energy Issues that Energy Storage Can Solve.
Battery systems can store large amounts of energy; can help bring the gas and electricity sector together.
- Solve the “siloing” of the two sectors as well as transportation, bring about a holistic view.
- Behind the meter solutions.
- Complete energy systems are more bankable. (Schneider)
- Reliability and security
- Demand charge reduction
- Backup power
- Time of use differential, reduce peak stress
- Improve power quality, avoid voltage sag events.