Regenesis Solar Power
Regenesis Power was founded in 2006, by company Chairman William Randolph Hearst, II and co-founder William Foster. Today, Regenesis has established itself as a leading developer and EPC contractor of utility scale photovoltaic systems. The company has developed, designed and completed over 11MW of systems over the past four years and our team members have built over 33 MW collectively.
Regenesis employs the unique advantages of its single axis tracker to produce on average 18% more output than most fixed tilt systems. In addition to performance advantages, Regenesis PV arrays provide significantly greater long-term reliability as the tracker system is rated withstand up to Category 3 hurricane winds.
Regenesis Power LLC. also provides mass-deployed Solar Hot Water Service (SHW) programs for utility companies and municipal organizations. These turnkey programs enable utilities to expand their services with no infrastructure investment or operational expense; and, offer their customers an affordable, fixed renewable energy option for water heating at no capital or maintenance cost for equipment.
Known as the Regenesis Model, Regenesis' solar hot water business model leverages the fully-levelized cost efficiencies of solar thermal energy generation; together with the long-term value and investment return of the sale of mass-distributed renewable energy. The Regenesis Model enables utility companies and municipal organizations to implement sustainable energy programs easily and effectively while providing long-term benefits to regional economies through durable green collar jobs; long-term revenue streams; and, a meaningful reduction of fossil fuel reliance.
For more information about the first mass-deployed solar hot water service in Lakeland, Florida please follow this link. www.solarlakeland.com
Regenesis - Duke Energy Renewables - Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC) Solar Project.
The OUC Stanton 5.91 MW DC PV system is constructed of nineteen single-axis tracker arrays. Each of the arrays have a centrally mounted screw-jack that dynamically couples the linear motion of the jack to rotate (+- 45 deg) up to twelve north-south axis rows of PV modules to follow the sun throughout the day. This tracking approach provides additional annual energy production of 16% when compared to fixed tilt designs and offers the best value in PV system design.
Dell Jones, Regenesis Power VP, Project Development named "A Champion of Change" at White House, D.C. event.
The White House Champions of Change initiative profiles Americans from all walks of life who are helping the country rise to the challenges of the 21st century. These Champions of Change are doing extraordinary things in their communities to innovate, educate and build a better America.
For more on the Champions of Change initiative, please visit http://www.whitehouse.gov/champions.
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“It is an honor to be recognized by the White House,” said Jones. “Innovative clean energy projects like Regenesis’ turn-key solar solutions are creating jobs and saving Gulf Coast consumers money on their energy bills. Regenesis Power looks forward to bringing these projects to even more communities and helping the Gulf Coast rebuild and recover.”
Sun & Wind Energy Magazine. January 2011
A new model for pushing solar hot water.
In times of rising energy prices, people’s ears prick up if you tell them they can pay a fixed hot water bill for 20 years. A few weeks ago, local power company Lakeland Electric of Lakeland, Florida, started a new program which promises just that. The customer gets a complete solar water heater, including installation and service, for US$ 34.95 a month with a 20-year price guarantee and no additional fees. SUN & WIND ENERGY wanted to find out exactly what was behind the program and whether the model could encourage the large-scale spread of solar thermal systems. (Click for .pdf of complete article)
Regenesis Power's Utility-scale Solar Hot Water Service for Lakeland Electric.
Regenesis together with its utility partner Lakeland Electric operates the first of its kind Solar Hot Water Service for Lakeland, Florida residents.
We are fully invested in what we do - ensuring that our clients have a business partner who operates with a commitment to excellence.
We bring our extensive experience to every project and program we develop, ensuring operational reliability of and economic value to investors.
We develop renewable energy programs that have a long-term, beneficial economic and environmental impact on the communities they serve.
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