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Our vision is to change the way energy is generated and delivered. Our business idea supports this vision by providing holistic solutions that we’ve termed as stackable technologies.
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Adding a rooftop solar system to your facility is an economic and strategic measure that will reduce energy costs, improve energy efficiency, reduce reliance on the struggling electrical grid and improve the value of your building. LEARN MORE
A green roof is a roof of a building that is partially or completely covered with vegetation and soil, or a growing medium, planted over a waterproofing membrane. Reduce cooling, heating costs & improve air quality with a green roof. LEARN MORE
Battery Storage systems are quickly becoming a crucial component of the expanding commercial solar market. This helps meet the demands on unstable grid energy, heavy cycling and irregular full recharging.
Wind turbines are positioned on top of buildings or on high poles to “collect” high winds. The wind turns the blades of the wind turbine, which spin a shaft, which connects to a generator. This sustainable and renewable energy system is able to generate and distribute electricity at a wide variety of locations and industry-types.
Solar carports and solar canopies are quickly growing in popularity because they provide valuable benefits for your bottom line, employees, clients/customers, and the environment. These free-standing raised structures produce clean, renewable energy and also provide a nice place to park.
LED lighting is one of the largest contributors to any businesses energy costs. LEDs are instantly efficient and sustainable so in a short period of time you can achieve substantial savings just by changing your lighting. LEARN MORE
Daylighting systems use a combination of technology and architecture to transform your building into a visible illustration of natural lighting & energy efficiency.
EV charging stations are good for you, your community and the environment. That’s why a growing number of governments and utilities offer incentives-such as rebates, grants, and tax credits-that can make it easier and even more rewarding to own EV charging stations.