Volt Energy = Turnkey Solutions to Green Power

Volt Energy is a renewable energy development firm that builds, operates, and maintains state-of-the-art renewable energy systems for commercial, government, non profit, and educational institutions. Volt Energy offers its clients renewable energy with significant savings through a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA), which requires no upfront costs. Volt Energy draws on the experience of its diverse project team of professionals in project finance, engineering, land use law, project management, and business development to deliver quality solutions for its clients.

We have a portfolio of low-carbon renewable energy technologies and a range of services that together can meet demand from commercial, industrial, governement, and educational institutions on whatever scale. Our goal is to develop, construct, and operate projects that contribute to a global sustainable future.

Investments in renewable energy through our PPA model:

  • Substantially reduces your energy costs with no upfront capital investment.
  • Reduces your carbon footprint and positively impacts our planet.
  • Reduces our nations dependence on foreign sources of energy.
  • Increases community awareness of benefits of clean energy.
  • Creates more American green jobs, especially manufacturing.

Quick Facts

  • Sunlight travels to the earth in approximately 8 minutes from 93,000,000 miles away, at 186,282 miles per second.

  • Earliest known use of wind power is by the Egyptians some 5000 years ago, who used it to sail their boats from shore to shore on the Nile. Around 2000BC the first windmill was built in Babylon.

  • CO2 emissions in the Southeast U.S. are:
    -- 70% of China (2nd largest emitter).
    -- Comparable to Russia (3rd largest).
    -- More than Japan & Germany combined (the 4th and 5th largest emitters).

  • Coal use is responsible for approximately 90% of CO2 (Global Warming), NOx (Smog), SO2 (Acid Rain) and Hg (Mercury) emissions from electric utilities.

  • Romans not only gave us the modern drainage system and many of our roads, they were also among the first to use geothermal energy to heat houses.