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Unison Energy provides turnkey energy solutions – CHP, microgrids, solar, and storage – that reduce energy costs, increase energy reliability, and provide a more environmentally-friendly energy solution than the local utility.    

In keeping with our turnkey approach, Unison can perform an initial feasibility analysis with some basic information, and at no cost to the customer. This analysis will indicate whether a facility’s electrical and thermal loads make the facility a good candidate for a CHP or microgrid system and, if so, what the general size and projected savings of the system would be.

Initial energy facility review:  To complete this analysis, we need the following information for the facility:

  • 12 months of electrical usage (kWh) and cost ($) from the utility bills;
  • 12 months electric interval data (if available)
  • 12 months of gas usage (therms or Btu) and
    costs ($) from the utility bills;
  • 3rd party electric or gas supply information, if applicable;
  • Brief description of facility: boilers, chillers, steam, hot and cold water usage, etc. and any “as built” electric or mechanical drawings of the facility;
  • Primary engineering or energy contact at the facility.

In return, Unison will provide the customer with detailed preliminary Energy Services Term Sheet and Pro-Forma and provide its standard Energy Services Agreement (“ESA”) for review. 

If our initial review confirms attractive energy savings and our standard ESA terms are satisfactory to the customer, then Unison will undertake a project Feasibility Study that will include a high-level design and engineering review of the proposed energy facility, a pro-forma with energy savings and operating assumptions, description of the equipment to be installed, equipment location, interconnect and permitting assumptions, tariff assumptions, project installation time-line.

If the feasibility study corroborates our initial energy savings estimates or better, and the proposed energy solution meets the criteria established by the customer; then Unison and the customer would agree on the implementation of an on-site energy facility solution, sign the ESA and begin the process to complete the project including final ESA contract addendums, CHP system permitting, design, construction, commission and operations, etc.

In summary, our process is designed to be efficient, easy, transparent and turnkey in the truest sense of the word. And perhaps most importantly, there is no cost to get started!

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