Never Lose Power Again
Our energy solutions will keep your power
on if there is an outage so your family or business
can stay safe, powered and connected.
Renewable sources, such as Wind, Solar and Co-Generation
Emergency Energy Generation
Power outages are common during disasters, and they can last for several days. You can reduce your losses and speed the recovery process with an emergency generator.
Commercial generators can help prevent service interruptions at businesses and critical infrastructure facilities, such as hospitals, water treatment facilities, telecommunications networks, and emergency response agencies. Federal, state, and local regulations may require you to obtain a permit to operate a generator. Make sure you follow these regulations when you operate and maintain your generator.
Onsite Energy Generation
Co-generation, also known as combined heat and power (CHP), is a highly efficient process that generates electricity and heat simultaneously. By utilizing the exhaust energy from the system prime mover, useful thermal energy can be generated in a heat exchanger which can then be used in any number of applications, all with no additional fuel consumption. As a result, the overall efficiency of CHP systems can exceed 80%, making CHP one of the most energy-efficient methods for on-site power generation.
Battery Back Up Devices
Today, most commercial utility customers pay on a kilowatt-hour basis for the power they use. These charges are based on the company’s highest usage period within a single billing cycle. As such, companies are billed for utilization spikes that exceed beyond their standard number of kilowatt-hours, which can create hundreds or even thousands of dollars of cost overrun during months when costs have increased. It’s not at all uncommon for companies to find that demand charges make up more than 50% of their monthly commercial utility bills. This is a massive financial strain and can make it difficult for companies to thrive in the long-term.While alternative energy sources, such as solar power, can offset demand charges, batteries are the one element that can truly reduce the costs associated with peak energy use. By delivering stored power on-demand, battery backup systems are ideal for reducing expenses and helping companies save money in the long-term.