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Ameresco, Inc. Services
Distributed Generation, Microgrids & Storage
Over the years, renewable energy, clean or “green” energy, sustainability, and corporate responsibility have become primary business concerns, with a measurable impact on consumer and investor interest in all types of businesses. As one of the country’s largest renewable asset developers, Ameresco takes a budget and business-friendly approach to renewable power that brings real, sustained economic benefit while ensuring environmentally friendly energy infrastructures. From the renewable fuels generated from landfill gas and biomass to wind and solar power, Ameresco provides renewable energy solutions that allow organizations to capitalize on the most current energy technologies available. By coupling innovative financing arrangements with renewable power sources, Ameresco customers benefit from a reliable source of power that offers protection from volatile energy markets.
As an independent energy efficiency company and energy services provider, Ameresco can analyze energy needs and develop, build, operate and maintain on-site distributed generation systems. Our independence ensures that our customers have full access to the best solutions available on the market, and we solve capital cost problems with energy saving performance contracts that use lower utility bills to provide capital for facility ...
An energy storage system enables you to manage when and how your energy is used. Energy Storage Systems (ESS) have emerged as a promising, versatile technology that can provide solutions to many electric-grid challenges. Without the ability to store large amounts of energy, conventional power systems have been reliant on matching supply and demand in real-time. However, with recent advances in storage technology and significant cost reductions, energy ...
In recent years, the proliferation of wind power has been driven by federal and state legislation, technological advancements and the continuing push for a clean energy economy. According to the American Wind Energy Association, the total wind power capacity now operating in the United States is more than 35,600 MW, or enough energy to power the equivalent of 9.7 million ...