3 Reasons You Can’t Afford to Ignore Renewables

October 17, 2016 Allison Schweizer

3 Reasons You Can’t Afford to Ignore Renewables

Renewable energy is now part of the daily business conversation.

That’s because the price of  green energy continues to drop and renewables are often more cost effective than traditional power, creating a significant opportunity to save money and increase a company’s bottom line. Also, due to legislative advantages and tax incentives, global markets are opening up and organizations with a diverse footprint can assess and take advantage of renewable options wherever their sites are located. So the appeal of renewables is clear, but the path to adoption is not always easy to navigate. Given the cost advantages and other incentives, more parties have entered the market — both commercial and industrial companies, and technology and solution providers. This can make finding the best provider and project difficult. However, there’s a tool to help uncover new energy opportunities and make the right connections.

Watch experts from the American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE) and Schneider Electric discuss the evolution of the energy market, why companies need to heed the call to embrace renewables, and how the NEO Network can distill the noise and help organizations capitalize on growing clean energy prospects.

 

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