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Sustainability officers and energy managers face more choices regarding clean energy today than ever before.

 

With more than 30 years of combined experience in renewable energy markets and project development, we deliver clean energy strategies that provide lasting financial and environmental value.

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How We Can Help

Whether your institution is looking to participate directly in a new project or is seeking renewable energy certificates (RECs) to match your scope 2 emissions, OneEnergy Renewables can help. We provide universities a range of clean energy options, including:

  • Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) from offsite projects
  • Solar Hedge Arrangements
  • Project ownership
  • High-quality renewable energy certificates (RECs)

  • Along with these core offerings, we provide creative and effective ways to bring your clean energy commitment to life.

    We are familiar with sustainability frameworks and ranking systems including ACUPCC, STARS, The Princeton Review’s Green Colleges, and the Sierra Club’s Cool School rankings, and can help determine how your clean energy commitments would impact your institution's standing.

    Renewable energy has the potential to provide enormous value to your institution. Please contact us today to learn how.

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    Bevans Point Solar

    Bevans Point Solar

    Klamath County, OR

    Bevans Point Solar, a project in OneEnergy's Oregon development portfolio, is a 2.0 MW (DC) solar PV project located near Klamath County, Oregon. Once complete, the project is expected to generate roughly 4,000 MWh per year for 25 years. That's enough clean energy to power over 380 homes and create an emissions reduction equivalent to removing more than 520 cars from the road.

    Cambridge Solar

    Cambridge Solar

    Dorchester County, MD

    Cambridge Solar, a project in OneEnergy's active Maryland portfolio, is a 4.2 MW (DC) solar PV project located in Dorchester County, Maryland. Once complete, the project is expected to generate roughly 5,500 MWh per year for 25 years. That's enough clean energy to power almost 500 Maryland homes and create an emissions reduction equivalent to taking 450 cars off the road.

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    Please contact us if your university is interested in sourcing renewable energy.

     

    University Contact: 
    Scott Bixby
    Senior Director, Marketing

    "Students used to ask about academic and athletic rankings. Now they ask, 'what are you doing with sustainability?'"
    Elson S. Flyod
    President, Washington State University

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