When onsite solar installation is not feasible for your facility or property due to physical space available, building and land ownership restrictions, or financial constraints, offsite solar may be an excellent option. With offsite solar energy, your organization can leverage clean, renewable solar energy, reduce carbon emissions, lower electricity costs and meet sustainability goals — even when the solar array is not on your property.
Offsite solar projects are generally structured one of two ways:
- The power generated from the solar panels is directly fed into your facility to offset your electricity consumption from the grid.
- The power is fed into the grid and your business receives a utility bill credit for the power generated.
Offsite Solar Benefits
Results in no hazardous cleanup at the project’s end
Wind is a clean, cost-effective choice which can help your organization reduce its carbon footprint, lower electricity costs, and meet sustainability goals. Wind energy is affordable, good for our environment and our economy. Wind energy provides millions in tax dollars and landowner payments. It also creates jobs and boosts local economies.
Offsite Wind Benefits
Does not require or use water to create electricity