1. Case Study

    FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies

    FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies (FDB) is a leading global contract development and manufacturing organization, offering complete solutions ranging from preclinical investigations and process development to commercial production. For the pharmaceutical manufacturer’s facilities, unplanned power outages can impact everything from clinical test trials to product loss, making reliable backup power critical to its operations and overall success.
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  2. Case Study

    Shaw Air Force Base*

    At Shaw Air Force Base, increasing electric power resiliency doesn’t have to mean breaking the bank.
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  3. Case Study

    Pharmaceutical Manufacturer

    A global leader in diabetes care, this North Carolina-based customer owns a manufacturing plant that produces a large portion of the diabetes-related products in the U.S. market.
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    Exopack was able to solve unplanned production shutdowns at their plastic film manufacturing plant and to add capacity to an existing electric service that was problematic.
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  5. Case Study

    Clemson University Information Technology Center

    Clemson needed a way to install new and innovative technology to meet both immediate and future demands, as well as a way to gracefully retire life-cycle aged equipment.
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  6. Case Study


    For Kroger, going solar means more funds to fight hunger. Leveraging emissions-free renewable energy is crucial to Kroger’s goals to spend less on electric bills at its LaHabra Bakery in California and invest more into local communities.
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  7. Case Study

    Pittsburg Unified School District

    We worked with the school district to design a plan that reduces its electrical bills by as much as 90% through the installation of 13,000-plus solar panels. Fifty-five shade structures were installed over 14 different sites. Over 30 years, the system is expected to produce over 100,000 megawatt-hours of clean, renewable energy, equivalent to 66% of the district’s energy consumption.
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  8. Case Study

    Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

    The 18.5-acre solar farm generates more than 11 million kWh per year. It’s also a great spot to study vegetation management practices for utility-scale solar farms while grazing the site with its sheep herd.
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  9. Case Study

    Blue Lake Rancheria Tribe of California

    The solar plus energy storage system cuts energy costs when the grid is up and powers up to 50% of operations when the grid is unavailable.
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  10. Case Study

    Waianae Solar

    Eurus Energy America worked to get approval to build the solar farm in Waianae and sell the power to Hawaiian Electric Company for approximately 14.5 cents per kilowatt-hour, making it one of the lowest-cost renewable energy projects in the state.
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