A fast-growing energy source, cumulative wind power capacity in the United States has increased an average of 30% per year. It is not just clean but a cost-effective way to improve your energy assurance and reduce risk.
An Energy-as-a-service partner can provide access to wind power by helping you build, finance, and operate a local wind farm. If the plant is owned by a third party, the power produced can be purchased by entering into a power purchase agreement (PPA), or a virtual power purchase agreement (VPPA), where energy is purchased from an offsite farm for an agreed-upon price.
A cost-effective way to improve your energy assurance and reduce risk
Wind energy, through wind power purchase agreements, are among the lowest-cost energy sources available today. Land-based utility-scale wind costs between two to six cents per kilowatt-hour, competitive with gas-fired plants.
Wind supply is inexhaustible and turbines don't produce atmospheric emissions or use water.
Wind energy provides an additional level of resilience and improves energy assurance, reducing economic risk.