SmartEdge is committed to applying sustainable green technologies in those situations where those technologies are both cost effective and consistent with our customers’ environmental objectives.
Specific technologies that are considered include but are not limited to the following:
Solar Photovoltaic Solar Photovoltaic (Solar PV) technologies use solar energy to charge batteries that can provide electrical power to a facility.
Solar Heat Solar Heat technologies use solar energy to heat air within panels that can then be transferred into a facility to offset some of the heating energy provided by the HVAC systems.
Geothermal Geothermal technologies use ground temperature advantages to provide either a heat sink for air conditioning applications or a heat source for heating applications.
Wind Power Wind Power technologies use the turbine technologies to capture energy from available wind gradients and convert that energy to electricity that can be used to supplement the power supplied by the utility grid.
The application of many of these sustainable green technologies can be supported by available governmental and utility incentive programs, as well as federal tax credits. SmartEdge can provide the necessary technical assistance to identify all available incentives and tax credits in order to minimize the upfront capital costs associated with the design and installation of these green technologies.