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Unison Energy
Provider Unison Energy
Contact Jack Sins
Address 22 West Putnam Ave
Greenwich, CT 06830
Phone +19179747696
Email [email protected]
Website www.unisonenergy.com
Company Description
Unison Energy’s experienced team of CHP engineers, project managers, financial experts, and operations services deliver high-quality solutions for our clients. Our team is building a network of distributed generation units in high energy cost states such as California, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic and will evaluate other high energy cost sites. Unison installs, owns, maintains and operates on-site power generation solutions.

Unison has developed standardized CHP solutions for industries that are heavy consumers of both electricity and thermal energy (such as refrigeration, space heating/cooling, dehumidification, hot water, and steam). Our typical CHP solution places generator sets and related thermal transfer equipment in standard containers on site. The CHP systems are monitored remotely 24/365 and Unison is responsible for any needed maintenance and repair.
Energy Service
Unison builds, owns and operates distributed energy systems under long-term energy services agreements (ESAs). Unison only bills for power ($/kWh) and heat ($/therm) that is used by the customer. If the CHP system is not providing either, the customer does not pay. All O&M costs are included in Unison’s power and heat rate stipulated in the ESA. This includes all minor and major maintenance, engine overhauls, consumables, service calls, and all other maintenance. The customer will never be charged for O&M. All “post-CHP” utility charges, including standby charges, demand charges, departing load charges, etc. are factored into the project’s economic analysis and ESA rates. There are three options at the end of the ESA term (typically 15 years): 1) Renew the ESA agreement; 2) Unison removes the CHP system; 3) the customer can buy the energy system at fair market value.
Assurance Plan
All O&M costs are included in Unison’s power and heat rate stipulated in the ESA. This includes all minor and major maintenance, engine overhauls, consumables, service calls, and all other maintenance. The customer will never be charged for O&M. Standby and demand charges differ depending on the state and utility. Unison maintains a sophisticated proprietary tariff database (700+ tariffs, 110+ gas and electric utilities in 17 States) and for each of our prospective energy projects perform an in-depth tariff analysis based on the energy system to be deployed and different operating scenarios. All “post-CHP” utility charges, including standby charges, demand charges, departing load charges, etc. are factored into the project’s economic analysis and ESA rates.