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Energy Infrastructure Project Development

Partner’s engineers can guide our clients through the design, permitting, and implementation of energy infrastructure and development. We are experts in recommending energy efficient resource technologies that will meet not just standards but the needs of our clients as well. Our experts work in tandem to provide the following services with a holistic approach:

Distributed Generation

Distributed generation is power that is generated on-site by small energy sources, such as solar panels, fuel cells, and wind turbines. This is beneficial to our clients because it eliminates the cost and dependency involved with distribution and allows them more control.

Co-Generation Systems (combined heat and power)

Cogeneration is the simultaneous generation of heat and electricity from a single fuel source. Combined heat and power is a greener, high-efficiency option that may be available for some buildings.

District Energy

District energy provides hot or chilled water or steam to multiple facilities via pipes near a central plant to use in space and water heating or cooling. District energy can substantially lower electricity costs, provide greater reliability, and efficiency for an asset.

Microgrid

Microgrids consist of distributed generation assets that allow the microgrid to operate with or without the existing utility grid. This provides facilities that are connected to the microgrid with power during weather or other utility events that may cause extended outages.