Energy as a Service enables the efficient utilization of resources and assets by helping customers modify energy consumption with time-of-use and real-time pricing.
microgrid systems with equipment re-use re-manufacturing and redeployment
A client-centric approach that reduces energy consumption and costs in collaboration with local utilities and service providers. EaaS:
o requires no money down or investments by the project beneficiaries
o includes equipment and components life cycle management and after sales services
o offers local and regional employment opportunities as well as contracting opportunities
o features environment friendly services
o utilizes performance-based payment systems and client discounts
Utilities are project(s) participants. Clients own plant and equipment after 5 years
Distributed Generation occurs on a property site when energy is sold to the building occupants; Power Purchase Agreements - PPAs - enable businesses and governments to purchase electricity directly from the generator rather than from the utility.
PPAs are a legal contract between an electricity generator and a power purchaser
Microgrids are electric grids that manage energy and ensure reliable delivery. A self-sufficient, energy plant, the microgrid serves a specific geographic area, neighborhood, and community with distributed energy resources - solar, wind, CHP, other - energy storage, as well as electric vehicle charging stations. Interconnected to nearby buildings, the microgrid provides electricity, heating, and cooling.
community-friendly microgrids: a cheaper alternative in infrastructure development
As-a-Service Models work particularly well for capital-intensive energy projects; EaaS shifts long-term capital expenditures into a short-term operational expense.
EaaS secures microgrid benefits without risk. The microgrid can serve as the primary source of electrical power, as the emergency backup source of power in the event of a grid outage as it captures reduced energy consumption and utility bills, and sells surplus electricity to the local grid operator.