Renewable Energy Plants
An upgraded energy management system and retrofits of existing energy infrastructure can yield real benefits to government, educational, industrial and institutional enterprises, but the greatest benefits are realized when renewable energy plants form the backbone of independent energy delivery systems.
Wind, hydroelectric, geothermal and solar systems tap zero-cost, always-available sources of power, eliminating the risk and volatility associated with fossil fuel sources. Biomass and landfill-gas-to-energy are low-cost, domestically sourced fuel solutions that generate local jobs and minimize monthly price volatility. Through a combination of energy savings, government grants and utility company incentives, renewable energy plants can be built with no up-front costs.
Choosing renewable fuel sources does more than simply lower energy bills and stabilize energy supplies; it establishes enterprises as concerned and caring members of the community that are committed to environmental stewardship and healthy surroundings for their employees, customers, constituents and neighbors. Goodwill grows as energy costs decline, providing measurable benefits to the bottom line.