Diesel Replacement

Diesel is expensive, dirty and costly to maintain Many locations rely on diesel for power generation or as a backup source. Examples include remote locations such as Alaska where they fly in diesel to power remote villages. Others reliant on diesel for grid backup...  more

Re-Powering Big Wind

Turbulent wake interactions reduce the performance of horizontal turbines in wind farms Today they are placed as far apart as possible which causes alleys with significant energy loss. Many wind farms consist of outdated first generation technology, yet it is not economically feasible to dismantle...  more

Distributed Energy Resources

Utilities seeking other sources of high quality, reliable electricity The nation’s electrical power systems are facing many challenges including increased demand, electricity shortages, outages and rolling blackouts, power quality problems, tighter emission standards and consumer desire for greater control over energy costs. Locating small...  more

Grid Backup

Critical sites require grid survivability for business continuity Many mission critical sites require continual uptime and quality of electricity and need to continue operating despite an outage on the grid.  Examples include universities, research facilities, the military, government sites and private businesses. A...  more

Walgreens Debuts First Net Zero Energy Retail Store in Evanston, Ill.

Located at 635 Chicago Ave. in Evanston, Ill and sporting two wind turbines, nearly 850 solar panels and a geothermal system burrowed 550 feet into the ground, Walgreens celebrated the official opening of what is believed to be the nation’s first net zero energy retail store, anticipated to produce energy...  more
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