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ONSITE GENERATION

Develop onsite distributed generation technology - solar power, fuel cells, and energy storage devices - to achieve environmental goals while saving money

 

As an experienced developer of solar and other utility-scale generating projects, Sterling Analytics can analyze energy needs and design, build, operate and maintain onsite distributed generation systems. Customers have full access to the best solutions available on the market, and we solve capital cost problems with green performance contracts that use lower energy costs to provide capital for project development.

 

Distributed generation refers to power generation at the point of consumption. Generating power onsite eliminates the cost, complexity, interdependencies and inefficiencies associated with transmission and distribution. Sterling Analytics can deploy distributed generation that is clean and continuous.

 

  • Distributed generation refers to power generation at the point of consumption. Generating power onsite eliminates the cost, complexity, interdependencies and inefficiencies associated with transmission and distribution. Sterling Analytics can deploy distributed generation that is clean and continuous.

 

  • Solar has become a popular distributed generation option. Although the output is clean, it is also intermittent, making it an incomplete strategy for businesses that need power around the clock, including when the sun does not shine.

 

  • Enter energy storage devices. Dramatic cost reduction in solar photovoltaics, combined with lower electrical storage costs, are creating new business opportunities for solar systems that include energy storage.

 

  • Fuel cells are another promising type of distributed generation. They offer a high level of efficiency by converting chemical energy from a fuel, such as hydrogen, into electricity.

 

  • Sterling Analytics has capabilities for developing distributed generation in all these forms. Also available are renewable energy certificates and other environmental attributes for reducing the environmental impacts of conventional electricity use.