Commercial & Industrial
Choice Energy Network has the most robust solutions for commercial and industrial energy consumers. As with most customers, the first step is to ensure that you are getting the best possible gas and electricity rate for your properties. We do this by leveraging out tenure in the market along with our vast network of trust suppliers. Our energy procurement strategy ensure that you are the winner in the transaction.
Procurement is just one step of our energy management process. We offer onsite energy storage and demand response solutions to not only reduce cost but to put you in full control of energy consumption. Our systems are designed to create full resiliency and redundancy with island mode.
Island mode, also known as isolated operation or autonomous operation, is a mode of operation for a power system where a local electrical network or microgrid is disconnected from the larger power grid but continues to operate independently using its own power sources.
In island mode, the microgrid can continue to provide power to the local loads, such as homes, businesses, or critical infrastructure, even when the larger grid is down due to a blackout or other disruption. This is achieved by using local power generation sources such as solar panels, wind turbines, diesel generators, or batteries to supply power to the local loads.
Island mode is particularly useful for areas where the power grid is unreliable, such as in remote communities or in areas prone to natural disasters. It can also improve the overall reliability and resilience of the power system by providing a backup power source in the event of a power outage.
However, island mode does come with some challenges, such as ensuring the microgrid is properly designed and can safely operate independently without causing any harm to the connected loads or the larger grid. It also requires careful coordination and control to ensure that the microgrid’s power generation and consumption remain balanced, and that excess power is not wasted or fed back into the larger grid during island mode operation. That is where Choice Energy Network comes in to play.
Commercial and industrial electricity solutions refer to the various ways in which businesses and industries can procure, generate, and use electricity to power their operations. Here are some common solutions:
- Grid-supplied electricity: This is the most common electricity solution for businesses and industries, where they purchase electricity from the utility company through the power grid.
- Renewable energy: Companies can generate their electricity from renewable sources such as solar, wind, geothermal, and hydro power. This can be done through installing solar panels, wind turbines, or other renewable energy technologies on their property.
- Energy efficiency: Companies can implement energy-efficient measures such as upgrading lighting, HVAC systems, and appliances, which can significantly reduce energy consumption and costs.
- Energy storage: This involves storing electricity generated from renewable sources or grid electricity during off-peak hours, then using it during peak demand or when the grid is down.
- Demand response: This solution involves reducing energy consumption during peak hours in exchange for financial incentives.
- Combined Heat and Power (CHP): This solution involves generating electricity and thermal energy (heat) from the same fuel source, reducing energy costs and increasing efficiency.
Overall, there are many different commercial and industrial electricity solutions available, and businesses should evaluate their energy needs and goals to determine the best solution for them.
|2||Demand Response Software Implementation||$500+|
|4||Procurement & Management||$1000+|