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Energy Management

Managing demand and energy supply to build resiliency.

Maplewell protects critical business needs and integrates infrastructure and systems to balance energy supply and demand solutions.

ValueStack1

Generate Revenue

Open new revenue streams with an energy asset using your existing infrastructure.

ValueStack2

Operational Resiliency

Utilize your energy asset to create resiliency and reduce risk to operations.

ValueStack3

Achieve Sustainability

Meet sustainability goals without the added cost of Renewable Energy Credit purchases.

Energy Management

 

 

Demand Response

By using demand response, non-critical loads can be shed or reduced to match energy supply.  This is a cost-effective way of reducing demand charges.

 

 

Critical Load

Losing supply to critical loads can be devastating and costly to operations.  Planning and control can be used to provide the energy supply to support these loads.

 

 

Distributed Generation

To support critical loads and levelize intermittent renewable generation, on site distributed generation such as reciprocating engines or micro turbines can balance energy supply and demand.

 

Don’t be left vulnerable to fuel volatility and utility interruptions, manage and plan for critical load demand. 

Resiliency Planning

 

 

Electrification

Many cities and counties are committing to eliminating the cost of natural gas distribution.  Electrifying natural gas loads and planning to support with on-site energy supply creates facility resiliency.

 

 

EV Charging

As electric vehicles continue to be adopted by drivers, on-site charging infrastructure will need to support these drivers.  Plan to support these loads with distributed energy supply and controlled balance.

 

 

Microgrids

With the growing terrorist threats and extreme climate events, microgrids can provide an organization with needed resiliency.  A site with a distributed energy supply can balance and service its load isolated from the utility grid.

 

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Step1_1 Operational Needs
             We get aligned with your objectives. 

Step2 Pre-Assessment
             We explore your resources, systems, and infrastructure.

Step3 Proposed Performance
             We propose integration of our technology to your operation.

Step4 Energy Savings Partnership
            Create energy resilience and infrastructure modernization with energy as a service.

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Concept to Construction - Energy as a Service

Site Assessment

An audit of site assets are conducted along with infrastructure  review  and constructibility of site.  Resources accessible to site are assessed.

Energy Review

Strategy around operation needs is defined.  With our in house tools, we establish benchmark of energy consumption and demand profile of the site.   

Techo-Economic  Analysis 

Indicative costs, tariffs, market conditions, forecasting, and feasibility are factored for prioritizing projects and determine project financial metrics.

Development

We lead project finance, due diligence, permitting, energy agreements, and interconnect.  By planning project capital, we shield financial risk from the site host in development.

Engineering

Professional engineers conduct the project design and create a measurement and verification plan for improvement.  We shield technical and performance risk of the project.

Construction

Through our contractor network, we match the beset experience with a project. Maplewell leads contract management and construction management to ensure delivery of project.

System Integration

A new physical asset is integrating into your infras and existing operation.  We develop the control system and software to conduct the system integration.

Measurement and Verification

 To guarantee performance of project, we create a M&V plan to monitor asset performance and manage asset to ensure availability. 

Your Resource and Improvement is Investable

Independence, Efficiency, and Value

Concerned your resource or project is too small to develop?  Payback too long?  Our Energy as a Service (EaaS) model shares the independence of an ESCO, the efficiency of an energy developer, and value of a system integrator.  With a technology-neutral approach, our energy team leverages AI, digital twins, and system optimization to reduce demand with grid interactive controls.  As a single point of accountability, we develop and deliver projects while shielding financial and technical risk.  By leveraging a tested financial mechanisms: ESPC and Energy Savings Agreement, we structure financing to align with your operational needs.  Projects are funded with solution performance without upfront capital.

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