Distributed & renewable energy

  1. Biogas Recovery

    Harvesting natural gas from biosolids, also known as biogas, can be a great way to recoup some of the energy costs associated with agriculture or municipal waste while also providing useful byproducts. Taking the right approach for your specific needs can yield substantial energy savings.

  2. DG Technologies: Microturbines, Fuel Cells, and Stirling Engines

    Distributed generation offers many benefits, including load shifting, increased efficiency, improved power quality and reliability, and cost savings. Learn more about the performance and characteristics of various types of distributed generation.

  3. Photovoltaics

    Producing electricity with on-site solar photovoltaic (PV) systems can have several benefits, including buffering your business from volatile energy costs, lightening your carbon footprint, and demonstrating corporate responsibility.

  4. Reciprocating Engine Generators

    Reciprocating engine generators are frequently used as a backup power source to avoid peak demand charges, provide power during outages, and improve power quality during times of grid instability. Learn about the factors to consider when purchasing this technology.