Sustainable energy solutions are central to our economic, social, and environmental security. Emerging renewable energy services are quickly gaining market share to benefit building owners, their investors, tenants and communities. Greenleaf Advisors and its energy service partners deliver integrated and sustainable energy solutions for industrial, commercial, and institutional customers. Services include intelligent solar with storage; microgrids; cogeneration; and sustainable design to improve energy efficiencies, economics and resiliency for operational performance.
Our staff and service partners have extensive experience managing and coordinating projects including:
- Renewables (e.g. solar)
- Energy storage systems
- Combined heat and power/cogeneration
Greenleaf Advisors has helped this energy technology company advance from demonstration stage to commercialization with capital and marketing services. IG’s software service makes solar associated with energy storage profitable through its patented network approach.
Greenleaf Advisors represents GreenCity Power (GCP) in commercial real estate markets where it delivers electricity, heating, and cooling to building owners economically and securely through natural gas sourced co-generation systems. GCP designs, builds, owns and operates the systems, which add value to the real estate owners and reduce their energy risks.
Integrated Microgrid Solution
Greenleaf Advisors brings together leading energy developers, integrators, providers and EPC firms to optimize operational and financial benefits for customers through integrated microgrid services. “A microgrid is a group of interconnected loads and distributed energy resources (DER) with clearly defined electrical boundaries that acts as a single controllable entity with respect to the grid [and can] connect and disconnect from the grid to enable it to operate in both grid connected or island mode.” - Department of Energy
Greenleaf's energy partners G&W Electric, Intelligent Generation, GreenCity Power, and Grumman/Butkus were accompanied by Boston Medical Center in their presentation on how hospitals can use necessary backup power to improve resiliency during grid outages while generating revenue and providing energy savings.