Pfister Energy teams with Scale to offer microgrid solutions

Pfister Energy
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Pfister Energy and Scale Microgrid Solutions (Scale) are partnering up to take advantage of the opportunities coming available thanks to the Inflation Reduction Act and to provide even more energy resilience solutions for C&I customers.

Pfister Energy has a long legacy of offering renewable onsite energy combined with other distributed resources. Pfister Energy began offering Stackable Energy Solutions over 20 years ago, combining photovoltaics, solar thermal, rainwater harvesting, natural daylighting, lighting controls, EV charging stations, and storage solutions as on-site solutions for their customers.

Through its partnership with Scale, Pfister Energy can now add microgrid technology to its offering, allowing optimization of these solutions.

“Scale Microgrid Solutions brings us the technology and experience that we need to hit the ground running,” says Wayne Pfisterer, President of Pfister Energy. “We are excited to have such a trusted partner to help us continue our vision of how buildings should be designed and built in the future.”

As the energy grid undergoes another round of innovation, this time driven by resilience, businesses can benefit from both companies proven capabilities to anticipate the market and reduce risk through diversified services. With the new climate bill in place, they can also take advantage of having credits for at least a decade to help combat climate change.

“Scale Microgrid Solutions is excited to tackle the market with a partner like Pfister Energy whose exceptional work in PV, long-standing experience in the Northeast, and proactive mindset has allowed them to successfully develop projects for the last 20+ years,” says Samantha Reifer, Director of Special Projects at Scale.

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