Five considerations for incorporating renewables - Smart Energy Decisions

E-book: Five key considerations for integrating renewables into your procurement strategy

Type: White Paper
Categories: Distributed Energy Resources, Energy Procurement, Distributed Generation, Finance, Solar, Sourcing Renewables, Wind
Date Published: 12/7/2016
Source: Ecova
Primary Topic: Sourcing Renewables

This e-book, presented by Ecova, outlines five key strategies for incorporating distributed energy resources, including renewable energy sources, into an organization's overall energy strategy. 

Incorporating DERs into a company's portfolio is a process. If you start now, you'll take advantage of many near-term opportunities, such as federal tax credits or state and local incentives. On the other hand, renewables require a long-term commitment to capital expenditures and the cost curve is falling each year as renewables — and their accompanying financial cases — go mainstream.

This guide, which includes insight from Sprint and National Bank of Arizona, will help you at least consider whether DERs are right for your organization, when to make the investment and how to make a strong business case for DERs.

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