The Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) program will fund up to 50% of the cost of solar and energy efficiency projects. Here’s what Texas small businesses and agricultural producers need to know.
Category: Project Development & Delivery
You plan to install LED lighting mainly to save money. This article will give you a few practical ways to make sure that happens!
Energy and Sustainability projects are often complex and expensive. In addition to using innovative technology, they are often delivered through complex structures such as Energy-as-a-Service (EaaS), Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPC), or Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs). Having an advocate to help you navigate these projects from inception through long term performance will ensure you get […]
Done right, Energy Saving Performance Contracts (ESPC) can be a great way to fund infrastructure upgrades. Done wrong, they can cost taxpayers millions.
Texas has a complicated electricity market and very little net-metering. This makes proper design and sizing of commercial solar systems critical to achieving expected savings. If you are considering a solar system on your commercial facility, this article will help you ask the right questions and avoid potentially making a multi-million-dollar error.
Intro We love energy projects, but we don’t always love the schemes and gimmicks some companies devise to deliver them. High cost, inflated savings, and questionable performance are all common faults that you should be on the lookout for you as you plan a project. Just by reading this article you could save 15% or […]
Introduction All entities with a substantial energy and water footprint should have a well-defined Energy & Sustainability (E&S) strategy. This reduces financial risk, enhances environmental stewardship, and increases operational efficiency and stakeholder (students, staff, etc.) well-being. While having an E&S strategy is altruistic, if there is not a cost-effective plan to implement proposed tactics the […]