Through our distributed generation and demand response projects, we are advancing environmental goals by reducing CO2 emissions, reducing grid congestion and increasing resiliency of our energy infrastructure, and giving our customers a competitive advantage by making them more energy efficient and managing their costs.
Hardy Road Landfill (Akron, Ohio)
A waste-to-energy system was built to capture methane naturally generated by landfill waste decomposition as a fuel source which is then used to generate electricity to power the nearby wastewater treatment plant.
Dublin Recreation Center (Dublin, Ohio)
A Combined Heat and Power (CHP) system, fueled by natural gas, was installed to generate power and meet more than half of the facility’s electrical demand. Learn more.