Commercial & Industrial
Sharp decline in cost of electricity from solar over recent years has transformed the energy choices for various businesses and policy makers across the globe, and businesses have started switching to solar energy to improve their operational efficiency and avoid power outages. The practical consideration for various businesses now is to invest in energy technologies that significantly reduce carbon emissions while turning a profit as well.
It’s all about Levelized
Cost of Energy (LCOE)
The government use of incentives such as the SBP Financing Scheme and various other exemptions have fueled greater investments in the renewable energy arena. Rapid technological innovations across solar modules, energy storage and inverters have made a significant impact on reduction of LCOE over time leading to commercial case for solar and allied installations.
(Solar coupled with a Reflex battery energy storage solution offers greater flexibility and grid independence in delivery of energy while enabling a faster transformation across the energy value chain. The Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE) has more than halved for battery energy storage systems over the past two years making energy storage’s case far stronger than ever before. Click here to find out how storage is creating an efficient, resilient and sustainable energy system.Read More
Unleashing asset performance levels with digital
Our energy analytics manager is helping industries unleash their energy productivity through a mix of analytics, machine learning, and people. Along with a favorable LCOE, on-going asset performance management powered by Reon’s Digital Solutions – SPARK maximizes the annual energy production of your asset. SPARK not only supports your plant’s predictive maintenance, but also minimizes the maintenance costs on-ground.
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Talal holds around a 10-years of experience in Solar EPC and PPA based investments. His in-depth understanding of renewable energy scenario and diversified experience in multiple sectors such as textile, coal, and steel has helped businesses lead to a net-zero and sustainable energy future.