Sustainable Energy

Sustainable Energy

The world needs sustainable energy now more than ever. Renewable green energy such as solar, wind, and turbine improves our health and safety and reduces our dependence on fossil fuels. In addition, the renewable energy industry creates new jobs, reduces air pollution and global warming, and diversifies a region's power supply. Thus, it makes a country less susceptible to massive outages and shortages.

Atlas's approach to the Global Climate Crisis is simple and straightforward. No project is 'one size fits all.' Every project is unique and necessitates a bespoke approach. Atlas is in the business of establishing solutions that will benefit the environment and its stakeholders. Today, the bottom line is not about economics but rather about an environment that serves both the community and end-users. The trajectory to a more sustainable environment is a call to action which will address these initiatives.

Whether it is a commercial business model, municipality, or industrial park, there are several key criteria that dictate the modeling process. The goal is to achieve a renewable energy platform that will work for the years to come.

Several critical criteria dictate the modeling process, whether it is a commercial business model, municipality, or industrial park. The goal is to achieve a renewable energy platform that will work for years. We are 100 percent committed to providing sustainability solutions, even if that means profit must take a back seat. 

Atlas is committed to sustainable energy solutions in accordance to the Paris climate agreement and best practices endorsed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency.  Atlas will never deviate from sound solutions where the planet will profit. Although this is not a statement  renewable companies will embrace, Atlas has dedicated its focus to the Earth, rather than profit margin.

Atlas’s goal is to use less energy to perform the same task, eliminating waste energy. Energy efficiency brings various benefits:

  • Reducing greenhouse gas emissions
  • Reducing demand for energy imports
  • Lowering our costs on a household and economy-wide level

Atlas’s approach to the Global Climate Crisis is simple and straightforward. No project is ‘one size fits all.’ Every project is unique and necessitates a bespoke approach. Atlas is in the business of establishing solutions that will benefit the environment and its stakeholders. Today, the bottom line is not about economics but rather about an environment that serves both the community and end-users. The trajectory to a more sustainable environment is a call to action which will address these initiatives.

Whether it is a commercial business model, municipality, or industrial park, there are several key criteria that dictate the modeling process. The goal is to achieve a renewable energy platform that will work for the years to come.

Solar

Atlas’s solar expertise extends beyond simply installing solar panels on a roof. Standalone solar has progressed to the point where knowledge of design engineering, materials,

Storage

Battery Energy Storage Solution (BESS) was deemed the new solar for California and other regions because of its multi-functions and benefits. Storage can address Time

Geo-thermal

Atlas has key partnerships with global geothermal plants that can identify opportunities contingent on the geography and geology of the proposed landscape. Geothermal is a

Wind

Wind technology is continually evolving and offers opportunities outside of traditional renewable energy. Wind programs can aid efforts to speed up wind power deployment through

Turbines

Over the years, Atlas has made significant progress on turbine projects, which render a higher yield on return versus solar or other renewable energy assets.

Hydro

Atlas’s hydroelectric energy solutions are evaluated based on feasibility and accessibility to natural resources. For example, hydropower often comes from a dam where reservoirs store

Microgrids

Atlas conducts comprehensive feasibility studies to determine if a facility or industrial park is a candidate for microgrid technology. A microgrid is a decentralized source of electricity that

Combined Heat And Power

Combined Heat Power Technology (CHP) is a good option for companies with thermoelements, such as chilled waters, natural gas, and boiling water. The EPA works with stakeholders to reduce

Controls

Atlas has partnered with Galooli to provide monitoring and control software geared to managing facilities worldwide. This monitoring and control solution extends but is not limited

Carbon Footprint Technology

Atlas works with several technological partners in monitoring control and cyber security for the electrical grid, microgrid storage, and related technology to reduce carbon footprint