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How To Deliver On-Site Renewables At Scale

Date: 22 March 2013

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Executive Summary

This report provides energy decision-makers in roles such as Director of Energy and Facilities Manager with an independent analysis of the 20 largest on-site renewable programmes in the US – ranked by the US Environmental Protection Agency. Verdantix assessed these on-site renewables deployments to better understand trends in technology selection and energy services delivery partnership capabilities. Verdantix finds that biogas/biomass, solar PV and wind are the most utilized renewable fuel sources. To enable the successful delivery of these types of large-scale programmes, energy decision-makers should ensure their delivery teams’ capabilities cover master planners that ensure long-term project feasibility; creative financing solutions; IT partners that provide full integration of renewable assets; and data management analytics and field services providing asset maintenance and optimization.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

HOW TO DELIVER ON-SITE RENEWABLES AT SCALE
Legislation, Energy Reliability And Competition Drive Renewables Demand
Biogas, Solar And Wind Dominate US On-Site Renewable Energy Deployments
Energy Managers Must Choose From A Wide Spectrum Of Delivery Partners

TABLE OF FIGURES

Figure 1. Biogas/Biomass Is The Most Popular On-Site Renewable Amongst EPA Partners

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONEDORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

Ameresco, BMW, Borrego Solar, CH2M HILL, Chevron Energy Solutions, City Of Portland, City Of San Diego, E.ON, Foundation Windpower, GE, Greenfield Energy, GridPoint, Ikea, Kohl’s, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, New York State Electric & Gas, Patrick & Henderson, Sainsbury’s, Seminole Financial Services, Solar Century, SunPower, United States Air Force, URS, US Department Of Energy, US Environmental Protection Agency, US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Walmart, Zotos