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Focusing our energy on specific industries translates into more first-hand experience and expertise for our customers. We understand the pressure points. The specific energy generation, utilization and storage requirements. State and federal funding opportunities as well as investor interested in specific industries. What we don’t know, we invest our time getting to know you so that we power your operation in the best way possible.
As your energy expert, Solential will help you with:
Whether your agriculture business is involved in livestock, row crops, grain and feed processing, rising energy costs are a real issue to operational health. Replacing traditional energy sources with self-generated solar energy and onsite storage is an option that enables you to take back control of your energy spend. Additionally, adopting renewable solar energy helps you establish a more sustainable operation, which is increasingly important to consumer products brands, retailers and consumers.
Solential recognizes the power of renewable solar for commercial enterprises, helping customers achieve more affordable, predictable energy costs; avoid energy interruptions and peak demand charges; and meet sustainability goals. Commercial customers often have the flexibility to deploy solar arrays on rooftops, parking lots and garages, and unused property. While these projects are primarily to reduce energy costs and secure carbon offsets, excess generation is an attractive revenue stream. There are also federal and state tax incentives for solar and energy storage as well as other financing options. We can help.
Many of America’s prisons and jails were built decades ago and are energy inefficient. It is extremely challenging to keep these facilities properly heated, cooled and safe for residents and employees. Solential has partnered with correctional facilities to design and implement comprehensive energy solutions that address energy generation, HVAC systems and controls, lighting, and the building envelope itself. This gives control of energy consumption, energy costs, and budgets back to correctional facilities. There are also federal and state tax incentives available for solar and energy storage as well as other financing options. We can help.
Today’s cities face energy-related challenges as they strive to provide public services and maintain facilities. Volatile energy pricing, the cost of maintaining and upgrading infrastructure, avoiding and managing through disruptions in energy and related services delivery, and transitioning to renewable energy are but a few. Fortunately, Solential offers a number of opportunities such as solar energy, microgrids, energy storage, and systems upgrades that when creatively applied return control to municipalities. There are also federal and state tax incentives available to municipalities for solar and energy storage as well as other financing options. We can help.
Seventy percent of a school’s energy spend is on heating, cooling and lighting. If energy costs are straining your district’s budget, it’s time to determine a brighter path forward. Working with school districts across the Midwest, Solential has eased and stabilized energy costs with solar energy. We also help schools identify and address inefficiencies in their buildings, HVAC systems, lighting, and windows that result in significant savings. There are federal and state tax incentives available to schools for solar and energy storage as well as other financing options. We can help.
Rising energy costs, unwanted rate fluctuations, grid vulnerabilities, the need to diversify with renewable energy and reduce carbon emissions are common issues for investor-owned utilities, municipal electric providers and rural electric cooperatives. Solential works with utilities to develop and implement proactive, renewable solar energy and battery storage strategies that increase generation capacity, control energy costs, engage members through community solar projects, and achieve sustainability goals. There are federal and state tax incentives available as well as other financing options. We can help.
With rising energy costs and hefty demand charges; threats to service from weather emergencies, grid overloads or human interference; and a need to hold the line on customer rates; utilities are looking for innovative energy solutions. Solential works with utilities on custom solutions that involve solar to offset energy costs, energy storage to avoid demand charges and microgrids to increase resilience. We are currently developing several wastewater projects with floatovoltaics—solar arrays installed on lagoons and reservoirs. There are federal and state tax incentives available as well as other financing options. We can help.