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On-site renewable power production requires the installation of renewable energy equipment that captures energy from sunlight, wind, water, and other renewable energy sources in order to produce energy for the workplace. This may include, but is not restricted to, wind turbines, solar panels, etc.
On-site renewable power production offers many benefits. For example, it reduces demand on the state’s and region’s electricity grid, improving its reliability; reduces the likelihood of disruptions in power supply; and prevents harmful emissions by offsetting electricity produced from fossil fuels. In addition, it creates long-term savings for your building or workplace through lower energy bills while helping Massachusetts and the country as a whole become more energy-independent.