Alliance Power (Alliance) utilities face a number of challenges in obtaining and providing reliable, economical energy supplies for their customers. Deregulation has changed the power supply market to one of "just-in-time" inventory, which results in higher volatility, particularly during peak periods. This volatility, coupled with a local deficiency of generation and transmission capacity, poses significant reliability and financial risks to utilities.
To provide a solution to these challenges, Alliance Power (Alliance) has developed economical and environmentally acceptable distributed generation (DG) facilities ranging in size from 1 MW to 49 MW. Our unique approach to DG projects maximizes the use of existing utility infrastructure to reduce costs. We perform all aspects of project implementation including siting, planning, permitting, designing, constructing, financing, and operating. Our proven team has the experience and technology to deliver DG power supplies on schedule -- with economical and competitive rates.
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