Check out Reneu Energy CEO Benoy Thanjan’s appearance on Kevin Y. Brown’s podcast “Create Your Life”. Click on the link below and choose episode 134.
Despite the industry-chilling effect of the tariffs, solar energy consulting firm Reneu Energy is expanding into California with the opening of branch offices in San Diego and Los Angeles, California. The Jersey City, NJ-based consultancy helps solar developers source financing for projects, provides strategic consulting services for companies looking to go solar, and brokers Solar Renewable Energy Credits contracts and long-term power contracts. Reneu Energy also matches developers and investors, and performs custom research on solar markets.
Corporate purchase of renewable energy remains slow in the Midwest.
Reneu Energy CEO and founder, Benoy Thanjan, said corporations with on-site power purchase agreements in the Midwest are big-box retailers, including Target and Walmart. Minneapolis-based Target has the largest solar program of any retailer in the country, with more than 350 completed projects.
Reneu Energy founder Benoy Thanjan wrote an article for Renewable Energy World on Off-Site PPAs helping corporations with achieving affordable clean energy and meeting their sustainability goals.
Reneu Energy wrote an article for PV Magazine on off-site corporate PPAs.
Growing in Jersey City profiled Reneu Energy founder Benoy Thanjan.
Reneu Energy CEO Benoy Thanjan explains the impact of the U.S. Solar Tariff on LinkedIn.
StackSource's CEO discusses solar power in CRE with Reneu Energy founder Benoy Thanjan.
Reneu Energy was quoted as an expert source on how the Trump Presidency will affect the industry in Renewable Energy World magazine's website.
“The growth in solar has been driven by state-level incentives and steep price declines in building projects. These two drivers are probably not going to stop any time soon"
-Benoy Thanjan of Reneu Energy
December 21, 2016
By William Liuzza
Like a lot of Americans who work in clean energy, I worried coming into the election about what a Trump presidency might mean for our industry and all of the public benefits it provides.
Candidate Trump, after all, railed at rallies that renewable energy “is not working so good.” He complained about solar’s payback time. Of wind power, which now supplies about 5 percent of the country’s electricity, employs 88,000, including more than 21,000 in manufacturing, and, in a growing number of places, is the least expensive form of new generating capacity available, he said, “the wind kills all your birds. All your birds, killed.” (Read more...)
Reneu Energy was profiled in New Jersey Monthly magazine. (Click on the image below to read more)