Solar Energy Systems for Manufacturers
In today’s global marketplace, manufacturers must continually find innovative ways to cut operating costs or face obsolescence. Foreign and domestic firms with fewer regulatory burdens and lower costs have created a pricing race to the bottom and technology has made price shopping easier than ever. At the same time, consumers are sensitive to the environmental impact of their purchases and expect manufacturers to adopt sustainable practices.
Solar energy can give you a competitive advantage on both fronts. A solar array can provide positive cash flow from day one and reduce your energy costs for decades. In addition, it sends a powerful message to consumers, who connect with environmentally friendly brands.
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Read the How We Help Manufacturers section below for ideas on how renewable energy solves common challenges for manufacturers.
Explore the Featured Projects section to learn how other manufacturers are benefiting from renewable energy solutions.
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Dynamic Energy can install a state-of-the-art solar power system that will generate monthly revenue, reduce your company’s carbon footprint and position your brand as environmentally responsible.
Challenge: Improving cash flow
Solution: Power purchase agreements (PPAs) allow companies to install a solar system that generates monthly revenue, guaranteed, with no capital outlay. Current federal and state incentives are also allowing companies to achieve ROIs of 15-20 percent on solar power systems. State incentives are particularly attractive in NJ, MA, CT and MD.
Challenge: Reducing energy costs in plant operations
Solution: A solar array delivers instant energy savings and insulates your company from rising and increasingly unpredictable energy costs.
Challenge: Differentiating your brand
Solution: Using clean energy in manufacturing promotes brand loyalty and product differentiation, which support stronger pricing.
Dynamic Energy recently completed installation of a 271 kW solar photovoltaic project for Keystone Cap Company’s facility in Pennsauken Township, New Jersey. The array, which features roof-mounted Jinko solar panels, will supply nearly 100% of Keystone’s electricity needs each year. With an anticipated annual production of over 340,000 kWh, the solar system will eliminate 240 metric tons of CO2 emissions per year, the equivalent of removing 51 cars from New Jersey Roads each year. About…
Dynamic Energy congratulates TOMZ Corporation on the completion of the company's solar photovoltaic project in Berlin, Connecticut. TOMZ took advantage of available roof and land area at their facility to install a 714 kW ground-mounted array and a 408 kW roof-mounted array. The total 1,122 kW system consists of over 3,500 modules and will generate nearly 1,350,000 kWh per year, the equivalent of eliminating 949 metric tons of CO2 emissions and removing 200 cars from Connecticut roads every year. The…
Dynamic Energy recently completed a 398 kW solar installation for BRECOflex Co., LLC, a leader in the polyurethane timing belt industry located in Eatontown, New Jersey. The array, which features 1,264 roof-mounted Jinko solar panels, will supply 75% of BRECOflex’s electricity needs each year and reduce its carbon footprint by 358 metric tons of CO2 per year, the equivalent of removing 76 cars from New Jersey roads annually.
Dynamic Energy Solutions, LLC is pleased to announce the completion of a 696 kW solar photovoltaic project for Smarties Candy Company's manufacturing facility in Union, New Jersey. The solar system involved the installation of a roof-mounted, ballasted array consisting of 2,142 solar panels. With an anticipated annual production of over 845,000 kWh, the solar system will effectively eliminate 594 metric tons of CO2 emissions per year, the equivalent to removing 125 cars from New Jersey Roads…
Dynamic Energy recently completed a 313 kW solar installation for Precision Electronic Glass (PEG), a manufacturer of customized glass and quartz products in Vineland, New Jersey. The array, which features 1,025 roof-mounted Hanwha solar panels, will reduce PEG’s carbon footprint by 263 metric tons of CO2 per year, the equivalent of removing 55 cars from New Jersey roads annually. The installation is part of PEG’s commitment to implementing “green energy” initiatives that will help preserve…