Brewery energy solutions
Breweries stand to increase profits by 8% with the implementation of renewable and energy efficient technology. According to EnergyStar (hyperlink), It is estimated that energy costs account for 8% of a brewery’s total expenditures. This cost can be recouped and allocated to other areas of your business.
Boiler inefficiency is one of the largest energy costs at breweries, accounting for 25-35% of total energy usage. Installing a boiler economizer can mitigate these costs by reducing stress on your boiler system.
EnergyLink makes it easy by providing full-suite strategic and tailored solutions that cut down carbon emissions, increase sustainability and improve corporate social responsibility. By working with us, you are able to circumvent the arduous discovery process of determining the best solutions for your brewery.
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The best energy solutions for breweries
Utility scale solar
Offsets corporations’ considerable electric use by generating clean, renewable power
Generate on-site power and provide covered parking for facilities with little roof or ground space
Combined heat & power
Generates on-site power by converting waste heat from machinery and natural gas to electricity
Can reduce operating costs by up to 30 percent if they are replacing fluorescent or incandescent bulbs
Can be combined with utility scale solar arrays to store excess power for use at times of peak demand
Geothermal heat pumps
Lower heating and cooling costs by pulling natural hot or cool air from the ground throughout the year
Partner with us design. build. fund.
We are a certified National Energy Service Company (ESCO) that designs projects for commercial and industrial entities.
We will be your partner throughout each stage of the project, and we also offer multiple types of funding to our investment grade clients.
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Take a look at some of our clients to see the results we can produce for corporations. Get in touch below if you’re interested in starting a project.