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Microgrid/Utility Services

Microgrid/Utility Services

Microgrid/Utility Services In order to seamlessly integrate clean electricity generation in smaller geographic areas, Progression employs microgrids that connect to larger power grids and can also disconnect and run on their own if the main power grid fails....
Battery Storage

Battery Storage

Battery Storage Energy storage through batteries is a necessary component when using large scale intermittent renewable energy sources such as PV and wind. Batteries help regulate the energy output to meet the fluctuating demand for electricity. They can regulate...
Solar

Solar

Solar Communities around the globe have seen success using solar power. Solar energy is captured in a variety of ways but the most widely used method is photovoltaic solar panels, also known as solar PV. Utility-scale solar farms generate enough electricity to power...
Onshore Wind

Onshore Wind

Onshore Wind Onshore wind energy is generated by turbines placed on land where use constraints allow. Onshore wind is a widely adopted renewable energy technology which helps communities to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions and pollution by replacing...
Fixed Foundation Offshore Wind

Fixed Foundation Offshore Wind

Fixed Foundation Offshore Wind Offshore wind turbines have the potential to generate more energy with faster wind speeds, and harness the more stable and consistent marine winds, which provides a more reliable source of renewable energy. While Progression Energy is...
Floating Offshore Wind

Floating Offshore Wind

Floating Offshore Wind Island and coastal communities often abundant wind resources that can be harnessed for renewable energy. When land is limited by competing land use priorities, the ocean offers a viable alternative for responsible renewable energy development....