The Growing Return on Social Solar

One of the most overlooked, but perhaps most valuable incentives for corporations to adopt Solar in their portfolio are the newly coined terms Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Environmental Social Governance (ESG). The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has gone so far as to address issues related to ESG disclosure and reporting with rulings […]

What Are The Odds

Recently, I found myself in a lengthy conversation regarding the political football known as “green energy”. While conventional wisdom believes “green energy” and “sustainable energy” to be synonymous, the reality is nothing is farther than the truth. We had a good discussion; more like a chess game of wits, then I took his queen in […]


In light of recent developments, I think it is important to make some distinctions between sustainable energy and green energy. Let’s be clear, not all sustainable energy solutions should contain or ARE green energy solutions. This is important because in some cases it’s not feasible for anyone to totally replace conventional energy with “green energy” […]

Check out these amazing ROI’s for PJ Spring

Barry from PJ Spring asked us to identify quick ROI projects that could reduce their operating expenses while advancing their energy efficiency initiatives. We found two impactful projects.  Our team developed the turn-key engineering plans and identified available incentives. Here are summaries of the two projects: Solar Project ROI 8.5 Months Generating 86% of PJ Spring’s Annual […]

Energy Saving Incentives Extended Into 2021 (.pdf)

The Taxpayer Certainty and Disaster Tax Relief Act of 2020, signed in December 2020, extended the phase out of this tax credit for certain technologies. The bill also provides a 30% tax credit for offshore wind facilities in inland navigable waters or coastal waters of the United States for which construction commences prior to 2026. […]

2021 Most Nuclear Power Plants To Be Shut Down In A Year

  How will this affect your electric bill?   Nuclear is by far the most cost-effective way our power companies produce electricity. Coal plants are also to continue to close in 2021 as well, total shut down amounts to 9.1 gigawatts 5.1 gigawatts from nuclear. So, what does this leave for electricity production from the […]