There’s no way around it, renewable energy is the future of a connected, data-driven world where power demands keep going up. Panasonic is at the forefront of clean energy generation and storage.
For some of the answers to today’s challenges, we’re looking to the sun. The reasons to go solar today are obvious – it’s smart, affordable energy. We like to think the reasons to partner with Panasonic in this space are as clear as day, too.
The proprietary and patented technology in our HIT® photovoltaic panels assures optimal performance, even at high temperatures. By converting more sunlight into more electricity, these panels can help you save on your monthly energy bills and contribute to a cleaner, greener planet.
From Denver, CO to Pensacola, FL, Panasonic is collaborating with utility, public and private partners to plan, finance and complete groundbreaking solar energy programs quickly and efficiently. These programs are serving as a model for future public-private sector energy initiatives, providing an important proving ground for maximizing renewable technologies.
As organizations and municipalities implement large-scale renewable energy projects into their facilities and the grid, power storage has become an issue. Unless used almost immediately, excess electricity goes to waste. And when the scales tip toward scarcity, prices spike.
Fortunately, we’ve stepped to the plate with better batteries and other smart energy technologies. Our leading lithium-ion technology can help grid operators better balance supply and demand, keep prices in check even on the hottest days, and offer emergency relief during outages. Few, if any, companies can match our experience in designing and deploying these systems.
Picture this. The lights go on, the computers operate, the motors whir, and you spend little time thinking about what powers it all. That's how it should be and that's what Panasonic promises to deliver as your sustainable energy partner.
To that end, we provide you with end-to-end solutions, including engineering, procurement, construction, operations and maintenance, financing, and a workmanship warranty.