19 MW Generator Fully Refurbished in Just 30 Days

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Waste-to-energy plants perform a key role in reducing the amount of waste that goes to landfill and are critical in the generation of power for the local grid. However, when a generator fails it is essential that repairs are completed quickly to get the plant back online.

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At Brightmark Energy (BME), we have a vision to be the best customer centric clean energy company. By devising customized energy solutions, we are able to address the most pressing and specific needs of our customers. We offer our customers energy purchase agreements whereby we invest in, and own the power generation systems so you don't have to. BME’s solutions increase reliability, decrease operational costs, lower greenhouse gas emissions, and enable long term control over energy expenses at no upfront cost to our customers. We do this by providing both on site and off site combined heat and power, solar, wind and other solutions.

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Article | February 26, 2020

The various impacts are occurring both now and into the future. Most changes don’t bode well for acting on climate change and transitioning to cleaner energy. Global carbon dioxide emissions are likely to drop this year, due to the global economy faltering. That’s not a silver lining to the novel coronavirus. It’s like a person who loses weight while sick. It’s a byproduct of a bad situation and by definition should and will not last. Indeed, since the Industrial Revolution, the world’s emissions have not gone down except briefly during economic crises. These incidents merely show how difficult it is to reduce emissions in an economically sustainable way.

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With the onslaught of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, we are all experiencing an unprecedented time. As the global economy wrestles with defining which industries and businesses are essential and non-essential, the United States has determined that construction, manufacturing and energy are essential businesses. Many companies and jobs within the solar industry fall into construction, manufacturing or energy, and in some cases all three categories. At Quest Renewables, we have outlined how we can limit interruptions to our supply chain during the current atmosphere. Our hope is that you will find this information helpful.

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Brightmark Energy

At Brightmark Energy (BME), we have a vision to be the best customer centric clean energy company. By devising customized energy solutions, we are able to address the most pressing and specific needs of our customers. We offer our customers energy purchase agreements whereby we invest in, and own the power generation systems so you don't have to. BME’s solutions increase reliability, decrease operational costs, lower greenhouse gas emissions, and enable long term control over energy expenses at no upfront cost to our customers. We do this by providing both on site and off site combined heat and power, solar, wind and other solutions.

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