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Renewable & Energy Efficiency Products

Learn about the tools EnergyLink uses to maximize efficiency and energy savings

By creatively combining each product with a holistic approach to energy management, substantial economic results can be realized

Power generation products

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Solar panels

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Solar power is a reliable and predictable renewable energy investment. If your goal is to consume less electricity from the grid or manage power demand spikes, working with an automated facility monitoring and control system guarantees returns.
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CHP systems

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Combined heating and power units use natural gas to drive a generator which produces electricity for your own use while the wasted energy is used to heat your facility. Compared to other gas-using systems, CHP systems are much more efficient.
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Solar load shifting

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Solar load shifting intelligently combines commercial solar panels with building automation systems to fully connect solar to your facility's current energy systems and optimize efficiency.
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Utility scale solar

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Utility scale solar harnesses the same solar tech used in commercial projects, but on a much larger scale with a focus on supplying power for utility companies and, in some cases, large corporations like Apple or Walmart.
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Solar carport

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Solar carports allow your organization the opportunity to monetize your parking lot by generating on-site power which can be used to offset your energy costs. They also provide shade for your employees' or customers' cars.
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Solar thermal energy

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Solar thermal energy uses special plates which sit behind solar panels to deliberately to capture both solar and thermal energy that the panel in front of it can’t capture. The result is higher electric output and heat which can be used in several ways.
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Solar plus storage

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Store all solar power generated from your system with battery energy storage systems connected to high efficiency solar panels. This allows you to use solar power when the sun is not shining,
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Community solar

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Community solar allows a company to own all or part of a solar system or subscribe to receive solar energy from a community solar system to receive energy credits and lower their utility bills.
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Backup generators

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Backup generators are there for those unexpected emergencies where your profit-generating assets need to remain functional for your company to be stable and secure. They act as an alternative power source when your main systems are down.
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Heating and cooling products

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HVAC systems

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When not properly controlled, old or poorly maintained HVAC systems are often the cause of excessive demand spikes and electrical consumption. Demand spikes can be mitigated while still keeping indoor temperatures at a comfortable level.
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Boiler systems

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The correct fuel-to-oxygen ratio, proper sizing, and maintenance of boilers and associated equipment are essential to efficient operation. Inefficient boiler systems can be costing you significantly on energy bills; see how we can help your organization avoid this.
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VRF systems

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VRF and chiller packages are used to capture hot or cold air absorbed from the air during the cooling process and redirects the heat to other parts of the facility that need the heat. This process puts less strain on your HVAC system.
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Absorption chillers

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An absorption chiller uses a heat source to generate chilled water rather than electrical source that is used in vapor compression cycle. They use use a low grade of energy to generate a cooling effect, consuming significantly less energy.
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Geothermal heat pump

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Geothermal heat pumps transfer heat to or from the ground based on seasonality (transferring heat from the ground to your facility in the winter and transferring heat back to the ground in the summer). This is all done through a network of pipes installed beneath your property.
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Variable frequency drives

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Variable frequency drives are used for running an air conditioning motor at variable speeds or ramping up their speed to give them a smooth startup. They work by adjusting the frequency of the motor to adjust the revolutions per minute.
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Commercial ERV systems

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ERV systems more efficiently treat outdoor air brought in to your facility. They do this by taking the stale (uncirculated) air from inside your building, pulling it in to your HVAC system, and using its temperature to heat or cool the incoming outdoor air.
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Variable frequency drives

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Variable frequency drives are used for running an air conditioning motor at variable speeds or ramping up their speed to give them a smooth startup. They work by adjusting the frequency of the motor to adjust the revolutions per minute.
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Natural gas fired chiller

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Natural gas fired chillers were specifically created to require a very minimal electric load to work, using an engine powered by natural gas to drive down operating costs and greenhouse gas emissions by up to 50%.
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Active coolers

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Active coolers convert waste heat generated from your current operations into on-site power, which can help offset your utility bills and make it possible to achieve net zero cooling.
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Energy efficiency & controls products

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Building automation systems

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Complex algorithms are used to automate the use of your building's new or existing energy assets to maximize efficiency. Common assets we automate include HVAC systems, solar panels, LED lighting, batteries, refrigeration, and boilers systems.
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LED lights

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Lighting typically makes up about 20% of a building’s electrical consumption and sets the baseline power demand. Replacing old fixtures with more efficient LED’s reduces consumption and demand baseline. This is an essential energy management upgrade.
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HVAC controls

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Using an HVAC controls system to create intelligent HVAC zones allows for precise control over heating and cooling can improve comfort levels in your facility and maximize the effectiveness of your organization's HVAC system.
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Destratification fans

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Properly monitoring and regulating the flow of hot and cold air in a facility can drastically impact costs required to run HVAC units, especially in larger buildings. Destratification fans do both tasks; ensuring that the flow of hot and cold air is efficiently controlled.
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Daylight harvesting

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A simple and effective way to light a space using the interior lighting, combined with natural light through exterior windows or sun tunnels in the roof. Photocells measure the intensity of light entering the building and dim or raise the interior lights to meet the desired lumens of light.
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Energy storage products

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Battery energy storage

Batteries are used to save up electrical energy produced by renewable sources to be used later when those renewable sources aren’t producing, or to save energy during off-peak hours and rapidly discharged at critical times to mitigate costly demand spikes.
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Thermal energy storage

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Energy can be stored in the form or ice or heated fluids in insulated tanks for slow release over time. Working in tandem with your HVAC system, this helps to ease the burden on facility systems during peak heating or cooling hours.
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BTES systems

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Borehole thermal energy storage intentionally stores heat in the ground for use later, and the system pulls excess heat from operations and puts it back in the ground. This process balances the geothermal borefield, resulting in a higher potential for energy savings.
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