Associated Renewable is a leading supplier of renewable energy. Renewable energy is created by sources that can be naturally replenished in the process of making electricity. These include geothermal, biomass, hydropower, hydrokinetic, wind and solar.
Renewable Energy Pricing
The price of renewable energy depends on many factors and varies by the type of renewable energy. For example with solar energy the cost of the solar panels needs to be accounted for. With wind power the prices of the turbines also needs to be accounted for. Since there are various ways to create renewable energy with varying technologies, renewable energy pricing will predominantly depend on the process and technology being used.
Renewable Energy Plans
We understand that each of our clients have unique needs when it comes to getting their energy from renewable energy sources. Depending on the source of renewable we offer custom pricing options to cater to each of our client’s needs. Our renewable energy plans include 50% & 100% renewable energy plans. To review our renewable energy pricing options, please visit our pricing & rate plans page by clicking on the link below.
Renewable energy Bill Audit
Before Associated Renewable becomes your renewable energy supplier we conduct a utility bill audit for free. The aim of the utility bill audit is to not only ascertain your total energy spending but also to discover if any billing errors have occurred from your local utility. If errors are discovered we help our clients obtain refunds from the local utility provider.
Switching to Associated Renewable
When you switch to Associated Renewable as your renewable energy supplier your local utility will continue to deliver your renewable energy and will also continue to handle any safety services.
Free Energy Audit for buildings over 50,000 Sq. Ft.
To help our clients become more energy efficient we will also complete a free annual onsite energy audit at their premises for buildings that are over 50,000 square feet in size. After our engineers complete the site visit, they will prepare the energy audit report. The energy audit report will breakdown what equipment accounts for what amount of energy as well as recommending ways to reduce energy consumption through energy equipment retro-commissioning or retrofitting.