As nearly half of large corporations commit to decarbonize their operations, virtual power purchase agreements for renewable energy are growing in popularity. Before diving in, here are a few things to consider.
As the grid rapidly evolves into a more distributed model, commercial buyers are converging on-site and off-site solutions, including a mix of solar, wind and energy storage, to power their operations. This free resource provides guidance for enterprises evaluating their renewables options.
The U.S. produced more electricity from renewables in 2019 than ever before. The record-breaking performance comes at a time when major federal incentives, the PTC and ITC, are phasing down or completely out. Here's what is changing in 2019.
Duke Energy Renewables is a leader in developing innovative wind and solar energy solutions for customers across the country. We are your energy integration partners, generating a cleaner, renewable future for your business and your world.
On-site solar is a top choice for businesses looking to meet corporate sustainability goals. It's a great way to reduce operating costs through renewables generation and reinvest the savings in the business.
Duke Energy Renewables is the first wind operator to install IdentiFlight® units as part of a comprehensive avian protection program. Learn more about its Top of the World Windpower Project in Wyoming and how the technology protects eagles.