Expert meteorological and environmental teams determine if a site is suitable for a renewable energy project.
Local development teams engage with the community, meeting with neighbors, local leaders and others to understand local needs and address any questions.
Skilled engineers design the project to be minimally invasive to the environment, utilizing existing infrastructure and roadways whenever possible.
At CVS -Powers, we own and operate the majority of the systems we install. So we’re driven to get the most out of our solar systems. And that means you’ll get all the power you need and expect.
for every utility
Delivering a solid return to investors while meeting the demands of other stakeholders is not an
easy task. Customers and regulators want low-cost, reliable electric power delivery. At the same time,
utilities face compliance mandates, Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) requirements or complex options
to purchase local renewable energy.
The smart deployment of solar energy can help address this challenge. CVS -Powers has extensive experience helping investor-owned utilities affordably and effectively add solar to their portfolios. Our approach is innovative, agile, and flexible. We work with our utility partners to maximize value and meet their goals.
Municipal utilities face an array of potentially conflicting objectives. On the one hand, you’re tasked with meeting sustainability goals and supporting local economic development and job creation, while on the other hand, you’re challenged to reduce costs. We can help ensure these objectives are not in conflict. No one has more experience helping municipal utilities add renewable solar energy to their portfolios.
Cooperative utilities (or co-ops) depend on cost-effective energy from diverse, local
sources. Members demand low costs, high reliability, and increasing use of renewable energy
sources to meet Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) requirements as well as community goals.
At the same time, more customers are demanding clean, renewable energy.
Solar energy can help to address a co-op’s energy and community needs simultaneously by providing a local energy resource that can benefit the local economy.