Get Paid to Reduce Energy Use with the TVA-EnerNOC Demand Response Program
EnerNOC, Inc. is a leading developer and provider of clean and intelligent energy solutions to commercial, institutional, and industrial customers, as well as electric power grid operators and utilities. EnerNOC’s technology-enabled demand response and energy management solutions help optimize the balance of electric supply and demand. The Company uses its Network Operations Center, or NOC, to remotely manage and reduce electricity consumption across a network of commercial, institutional, and industrial customer sites and make demand response capacity and energy available to grid operators and utilities on demand. For more information visit www.enernoc.com or contact Karen Brown @ 931-520-5422 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Valley Incentive Programs
Cookeville Electric and TVA offer a unique range of economic incentives that will benefit your project from start-up to long-term success in the Valley. Valley Incentive Programs consider both economic and power system metrics to create a profile of your company’s value to the region, and that, in turn, determines appropriate funding levels. Our goal is to treat you like a VIP by demonstrating concrete benefits now and for multiple years into the future.
Comprehensive Services Program
If you use electricity in your business or industry, you could benefit significantly from these services. For more information, or to discuss specific energy issues, call Karen Brown at 931-520-5422.
Through the Comprehensive Services Program (CSP), TVA and the distributors of TVA power provide engineering and technical assistance for commercial and industrial customers.
CSP covers all areas of energy use, including power analysis, technical services, energy use and predictive maintenance. Below is a list of services for you to choose from.
Energy Audits – General survey of energy use in a facility Metering and recommendations to correct for low power factor.
Demand-Side Management – Monitoring and testing electrical systems and recommendations related to managing peak demand, energy management opportunities, process, and facility improvements.
HVAC – Heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning studies examine the sizing of HVAC equipment, offer heating-and-colling system comparisons, investigate problems with existing systems, and provide recommendations for improvement.
Ultrasonic Testing – Ultrasound technology can located compressed air leaks caused by vibration, holes in hoses, loose joints and cracks.
Lighting – Studies provide recommendations for the design of lighting systems in such places as sports fields, roadways, parking lots, and commercial and industrial plants.
Metering – We install temporary metering equipment to gather data on facility electrical usage.
Power Factor Grounding/Lightning – Grounding study, grounding testing, and lightning-protection recommendations.
Power Quality – Studies address voltage problems originating inside or outside the facility that adversely affect the end-user.
Water Heating – Studies explore heat-pump water-heater applications, standard energy-efficient water heaters, and cost comparison of electric versus fossil-fuel system.
Wiring and Electrical Distribution Equipment – Studies analyze the facility’s distribution system. Including the sizing of wiring and equipment, and provide recommendations for system improvement.
EnergyRight® Solutions for Business
All commercial customers, plus industrial customers with a contract demand of 5,000 kilowatts or less , are eligible for such assistance if they are served by a participating distributor of TVA power.
Financial assistance is available to help you make the transition to a more energy efficient facility. Two types of financial assistance, Standard Rebates and Custom Incentives, are available to help reduce your project costs and accelerate your payback. These rebates and incentives are offered through participating local power companies in partnership with TVA. All commercial customers, plus industrial customers with a contract demand of 5,000 kilowatts or less, are eligible for such assistance if they are served by a participating distributor of TVA power.
Cash rebates are available for the replacement of certain types of inefficient equipment with more efficient models.
For more information you can contact Karen Brown @ 931-520-5422 or email@example.com
Green Power Switch
Put Green Power to Work
Now you can choose electricity that powers your business in new ways. Green Power Switch® uses renewable energy resources to help improve the environment in the community you and your customers share.
Green Power Switch is sold in 150-kilowatt-hour blocks (about 12 percent of a typical home’s monthly energy use) that cost an additional $4 each. You can buy specific numbers of these blocks based on the amount of energy your business uses.
For instance, small businesses—those with power requirements of 50 kilowatts or less—are asked to buy at least five blocks per month. That’s an additional charge of only $20 on your monthly utility bill.
Right now, renewable resources cost more than traditional power generation methods. But by choosing to pay a little more for Green Power Switch, you help advance the technology and increase the amount of electricity generated from cleaner sources.
TVA and Cookeville Electric Department offer consumers an additional opportunity to help protect the environment—a program called Generation Partners. Generation Partners provides technical support and incentives for the installation of renewable generation systems. The program makes more green power available for GPS subscribers, and it creates a market for green power generation by homeowners and businesses.
Program participants support the environment by helping keep the Tennessee Valley clean and green. They also benefit by defraying the costs of their renewable system installation and lowering their monthly energy bills through the revenue they receive from the sale of the green power.
Generation Partners support the environment by using renewable energy sources, and they reduce their monthly energy bills through the revenue they receive from the sale of the green power.
For more information give Karen Brown a call 931-520-5422