Energy Storage

Energy storage technologies have experienced a number of recent innovations that have driven down their cost of implementation. While solar production offsets energy usage over time, batteries allow you to store this energy for times when the sun isn’t shining so that your peak demand is lower. These demand charges can account for over half of your electricity bill each month and batteries can help reduce those charges.

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Demand Charge Savings

Demand charges can account for up to 50% of your electricity bill, based on the most intense 15-minute spike in usage each month. Energy storage reduces usage spikes and demand charges with no upfront cost to our customers.

Load Shifting

Electricity is more expensive during peak periods when demand is highest. Energy storage allows you to shift your consumption to off-peak periods when electricity is least expensive.

Backup Power and Resiliency

Storage systems can provide backup power to your facility. Stored energy is charged by the solar system and can be reserved for emergency operations.

Financial Flexibility

Our access to capital, strong financial relationships, and proven track record allow us to customize energy solutions that make the most sense.

How It Works

Energy storage can reduce your demand charges by shifting load to times of day when electricity is cheaper.

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Project Timeline


Our team works with you to determine the ideal solution and project size.


We take care of project financing, engineering, permitting, and interconnection to prepare your project for construction.


Our experienced project managers and construction partners get your system built and running with minimal impact to your daily operations.


After completion, your system includes monitoring and routine maintenance to ensure long-term reliability and performance.

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We would love to discuss how our solutions might be a fit for your organization. Contact one of our solar, storage, or e-mobility experts today: