Renewable Energy | Solar | Biomass | Small Hydro | Maplewell Energy

Renewable Energy

Integrate on-site renewable energy into your infrastructure to generate revenue.

With Energy as a Service, Maplewell develops your renewable resource and shields technical & financial risk. 

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Generate Revenue

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

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Operational Resiliency

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

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Achieve Sustainability

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

Renewable Resources

 

SolarDER

Solar

With the improved efficiency, low leveled cost of energy, and projected growth of the technology, solar is an onsite resource that can offset annual energy consumption and generate energy savings.

 

BiomassDER

Biomass

Waste products contain such as food waste contain energy and can be converted into distributed generation.  Biomass is a dispatchable technology that can be used to match onsite demand.

 

HydroDER

Small Hydro

Small and micro hydro remains a feasible and largely undeveloped resource for sites with access.  Hydro is the most efficient of renewable energy technology and has dispatch ability to match demand.

 

Avoid cost of transmission and meet demand with on-site generation.

Energy Storage

 

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Batteries

With the mass production of cell phones, battery technology has evolved and come down in cost.  Using a Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) with renewable generation can be used to manage peak demand.

 

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Thermal

For sites that have large thermal loads, using thermal storage is an efficient storage method.  Utilizing an electric boiler or heater, a renewable energy system can be used to support thermal loads when electric demand is minimal.

 

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Hydrogen

Hydrogen is a fitting technology for sites requiring more than eight hours of storage to support critical loads.  Hydrogen can be sourced from an electrolyzer or separating from waste methane gas. 

 

Let's Discuss Your Infrastructure

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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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