Are you curious about investing in solar energy technology for your facility? Are the upfront installation costs preventing you from getting started? Now is the perfect time to act. You already know solar will help you lower costs in the long term, but you can also save right now through the Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC). We’re taking a look at the top four things you need to know about the ITC and how it can help you realize savings today.
Dalkia Aegis Blog
At Dalkia Aegis, EDF Group, we are recognized for our energy efficiency solutions, primarily combined heat and power (CHP). In fact, CHP has been acknowledged by the U.S. Department of Energy as a solution for a greener tomorrow. As we lead the charge on efficiency, it is also crucial that we use it in conjunction with renewable energy strategies like wind and solar power.
How well do you understand Combined Heat and Power (CHP)? If you’re not sure, then it’s time to take you back to school for the CHP Basics. In this blog we’ll teach you the ABCs of CHP so you can learn how Dalkia Aegis, EDF Group can utilize this system to benefit your facility.
Senior living homes saw a steady occupancy decline in 2020. To compensate, facilities have had to find ways to cut costs, without sacrificing the quality of life standards for their tenants. As census numbers continue to decline in 2021, facilities are being forced to tighten their purse strings even further—and we can help. Through this blog, we’ll explain how Combined Heat and Power (CHP) can provide cost-savings during periods of low occupancy at senior living homes.
Believe it or not, 2020 has come to an end, and it’s time to start working toward your New Year’s resolutions for 2021. If energy efficiency isn’t topping your business’ list already, it could be a smart and cost-effective option to consider. We’ll explain how you can make energy savings a top goal for 2021, and how we can help.
Each month, we take care in selecting a timely news topic or relevant service offering to blog about. We especially enjoy when those two paths intersect, as is the case this month and in this blog topic: why natural gas is good.
Blackouts and fires are crippling California.
So far this year, state wildfires have burned 3.1 million acres, killed 12 people and destroyed nearly 4,000 structures. Six of the top 20 largest wildfires in California history have occurred this year alone, worsening the tough strain facing the state’s power infrastructure.
If this year has taught us anything, it’s this: expect the unexpected. Being in the business we are in, we’ve done a good job helping our customers prepare for unexpected energy issues, suggesting Combined Heat and Power (CHP) as a reliable solution—in terms of both energy production, consumption—and costs.
How will the U.S. economy recover?
That’s the question every business owner and facility manager is asking now, as we deal with the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic. While signs of hope can seem few and far between, the U.S. Department of Energy believes that, among other efforts, natural gas will have a sizable role in our economic recovery.