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  • Market research for best performing technologies.

  • Connecting vendors and receiving quotes for renewable energy systems.

  • Locating local installers and checking for ranking and reviews.

  • Negotiating and contracting experiences installers for your project 

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 Renewable energy & sustainability markets are bursting with innovation. New technologies converting wind, solar radiation, geothermal heat, and kinetics into electricity and heat that is sold to the grid in a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA), to generate cash flows for their owners. Further sustainability technologies, are water collection and retrieval that eliminates water and sewage bills, and wast treatment into natural gas and fertilizers.      

The Financial Engineering Lab, offers a market research service, that would help you find vendors for Wholesale prices and installers.

We offer research that brings the, best performing technologies as well as innovating technologies that has matured and are now penetrating the market.

Our goal is to give you a wide veracity of exiting technologist, compering them for specifications, energy performance, vendors warranty, and qualifications for incentives and rebates. Followed by a one hour consulting to discuss pros and cons of each opportunity.
This way, you can join the clean energy transformation basing your decision making on real market prices of best available technologies.

Solar Energy

Harnessing the power of the sun through solar panels or concentrated solar power plants.  Solar energy can be converted into electricity that is sold to the grid or thermal energy used for  hot water and HVAC.

Geothermal energy

Geothermal energy can be used for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems in buildings. This is known as geothermal HVAC or ground-source heat pump (GSHP) systems. In a geothermal HVAC system, a heat pump is used to transfer heat from the ground (or a nearby water source) into a building in the winter to provide heating. In the summer, the process is reversed.

Water collection and recycling

Water collection and recycling refers to the process of capturing, storing, and reusing water for various purposes. This can include rainwater harvesting, greywater recycling, and stormwater management.

Energy efficiency

Energy efficiency refers to the use of technology and design to reduce the amount of energy required to perform a given task. It is an important strategy for reducing energy consumption and emissions, and can also help to save money on energy bills. The process include analysis of consumption data that results in replacement of inefficient appliances and other systems.

Electric vehicles (EVs)

Electric vehicles (EVs) are vehicles that are powered by electricity, rather than gasoline or diesel fuel.  EVs typically have lower operating costs because electricity is cheaper than gasoline, and EVs have fewer moving parts that require maintenance. You get an additional saving by producing your own electricity and charging your car with it. 

Waste-to-energy

Waste-to-energy involves using waste as a fuel to generate electricity or heat. The process of waste-to-energy involves incinerating the waste to generate steam which powers a turbine to produce electricity. Another form of waste-to- energy is anaerobic digestion: This is the process of breaking down organic waste into  bio-gas, and fertilizers that can be sold.

Wind energy

Wind energy is a form of renewable energy that harnesses the power of the wind to generate electricity. It is becoming more cost-competitive with other forms of energy, and can be used in both urban and rural areas, and can also be used in combination with other renewable energy sources.

Green Buildings

Green buildings are structures that are designed, constructed, and operated in an environmentally responsible and resource-efficient manner. The goal of green building is to create healthy, comfortable, and energy-efficient buildings that reduce their environmental impact and also save money on energy bills.

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