Renewable Energy

Enerpower is committed to helping companies reduce their environmental footprint by providing renewable energy solutions. We help you achieve diverse financial, environmental and stakeholder relations objectives. Whether it’s purchasing clean energy, implementing operational efficiencies that reduce your overall energy expenses, or identifying solutions that are in alignment with your company's sustainability objectives, Enerpower is your trusted source of consultative advice. Enerpower partners with industry leaders to provide you with cutting-edge renewable energy solutions that deliver on the promise of cleaner energy and more efficient energy utilization strategies.

Going Green
  • Green power can be purchased from power suppliers that generate renewable energy credits (RECs) when they produce electricity. Purchasing these credits is the widely accepted way to reduce the environmental footprint of your electricity consumption and help fund renewable energy development. Purchasing RECs at the same quantity as your electricity consumption guarantees that the energy you use is added to the power grid from a renewable energy facility and supports the further development of these facilities.
  • Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) represent the environmental, social or other positive attributes of power generated by renewable resources like sun, wind, moving water, geothermal, or other natural sources. For example, RECs represent the reduced emissions of renewable generation compared with those of conventional generation. RECs are purchased separately from, and in addition to, your conventional commodity energy supply. 1 MWh of power generated from renewable resources = 1 REC.
  • Emissions Allowances and Credits can be purchased to offset your facility’s environmental footprint or reach other environmental goals such as acid rain or smog mitigation. Emissions Allowances represent rights to emit carbon dioxide (CO2), sulfur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen oxide (NOx) or other pollutants. Emissions Credits represent reductions in these emissions relative to an established baseline. Examples are carbon credits, SO2 allowances and NOx allowances.



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