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Onsite Energy Technologies

Onsite energy refers to electric and thermal energy generation and storage technologies that are physically located at a facility and provide clean energy services directly to the site. Onsite energy can encompass a broad range of technologies suitable for deployment at industrial facilities and other large energy users, including battery storage, combined heat and power (CHP), district energy, fuel cells, geothermal, industrial heat pumps, renewable fuels, solar photovoltaics (PV), solar thermal, thermal storage, waste heat to power (WHP), wind power, and others. Integration of multiple technologies can be used to meet decarbonization, resilience, and financial goals.