How it Works

PARGEN works closely with our partners to navigate the process of securing and implementing distributed generation to your facility. To simplify the complexity of the process, we break it down to 5 easy steps.

Step 1 – Analysis

PARGEN utilizes their proprietary modeling to determine the technologies that best fit your energy requirements.  We determine the benefits of distributed generation based on your current usage and cost of electricity from the utility.  We research and find potential rebate and incentive credits to establish a ROI on your investment.  Some of the available technologies are:

Energy Efficiency – A way of managing and restraining the growth in energy consumption.  PARGEN will audit the existing building loads and determine the energy efficiencies that may be utilized to produce energy savings.  The four areas of Energy Efficiency are:  Lighting, HVAC, Motors and Building Envelope.

Solar – Solar energy refers to the conversion of the sun’s rays into useful forms of energy.

Fuel Cell – A device that continuously changes the chemical energy of a field (as hydrogen) and an oxidant directly into electrical energy

Wind – A form of energy conversion in which turbines convert the kinetic energy of wind into mechanical or electrical energy that can be used for power.

Micro Turbine – A small device that converse the flow of a fluid (air, steam, water, or hot gases) into mechanical motion for generating electricity.

Battery Storage –  Battery storage allows electricity stored during off-peak hours to be used during on-peak hours, cutting peak demand and electricity cost.

Micro-grid – A localized control and management system of the distributed generation and end user loads.  Micro-grid management can include storage, fuel cells, wind, solar technologies, or other energy efficiency and demand response programs.

Step 2 – Structural Design

PARGEN conducts a detailed architectural and engineering assessment of your facility to insure the feasibility of a distributed generation system and to maximize the production of the system.

Step 3 – Distributed Generation System Implementation

PARGEN takes an independent approach to working with our many providers. This allows us the benefit of securing the best energy solutions suited to meet your specific needs. PARGEN oversees the installation and implementation of the systems to insure timely availability of your green power.

Step 4 – Certification

PARGEN manages the rebate, incentive and certification process; performing testing to fulfill the requirements of green energy certification by your local utility.

Step 5 – Monitoring and Maintenance

PARGEN supplies on-going monitoring and maintenance of the system to insure that your system is running at peak capacity and performs to the original modeling and analysis.

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