Amerex Energy’s Clean Energy Solutions – Helping Your Business Transition

to a Low Carbon Economy

Access Amerex’s full suite of corporate sustainability solutions via the Amerex Corporate Sustainability Marketplace powered by Open Energy Group. Utility PPA opportunities, on-site solar solutions, and community solar subscriptions and REC purchases – all at your fingertips to help you as a corporate buyer meet your sustainability goals and needs.

Amerex Energy’s Clean Energy Solutions – Helping Your Business Transition

to a Low Carbon Economy

Access Amerex’s full suite of corporate sustainability solutions via the Amerex Corporate Sustainability Marketplace powered by Open Energy Group. Utility PPA opportunities, on-site solar solutions, and community solar subscriptions and REC purchases – all at your fingertips to help you as a corporate buyer meet your sustainability goals and needs.

Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs)

Amerex Energy Services has facilitated more than 300MW of utility scale renewable energy projects on behalf of developers and downstream corporate customers.  With this wealth of experience, Amerex offers corporate and municipal buyers essential guidance and assistance at every stage of assessing, negotiating, and executing utility-scale Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs). These Utility Scale PPAs not only offset Scope 2 emissions but also grant corporate buyers marketing and naming rights, showcasing your dedication to sustainability within the communities where your operations are based. By leveraging the Amerex Corporate Sustainability Marketplace – powered by Open Energy Group – corporate and municipal buyers can access actionable off-site PPA opportunities throughout the country or allow Amerex to conduct a tailored Request for Proposal (RFP) to meet your renewable procurement needs.

On-site/ Distributed Generation

On-site solar (rooftop and ground mount) can align sustainability goals with budgetary constraints. Behind-the-meter PPAs allow for on-site solar installation with no capital expenditure and can result in avoided transmission and distribution charges. Amerex can guide you through every phase of the on-site solar procurement process, providing access to a proven track record of national solar developers, customized RFPs executed on the Amerex Corporate Sustainability Marketplace, and a comprehensive, like-for-like analysis for each proposal.

Community Solar

Community Solar programs are state-specific and state-sponsored initiatives that financially support local solar project development. Notable states with robust community solar programs include Massachusetts, Maine, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Illinois, Colorado, Minnesota, and Oregon. These subscription-based programs are supported by both corporate and residential subscribers who can benefit from bill credits of 10% or more for their subscribed solar energy commitment. Community Solar subscriptions can be paired with Green-e Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) to further enhance sustainability initiates. Amerex collaborates with established community solar developers, owners, and operators, ready to engage with anchor corporate subscribers. Contact us to access this network via the Amerex Corporate Sustainability Marketplace and work with our best-in-class consultants to evaluate subscription proposals.

Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)

Renewable Energy Credit (REC) purchases are an established vehicle to offset Scope 2 emissions.  Amerex boasts a dynamic 10-person brokering desk actively participating in daily trades across all REC markets. Utilize our team’s market expertise and expansive reach through the Amerex Corporate Sustainability Marketplace to assist you in procuring any liquidly traded REC that aligns with your sustainability goals and needs.

Carbon Dioxide Removal Credits (CDR) and Carbon Offsets

There are a variety of carbon credits and carbon offsets available in the market that can be utilized to offset difficult-to-address Scope 1 and Scope 3 emissions and thus help your organization meet forward looking sustainability goals. Carbon offsets compensate for emissions that have already been released, or are planned to be released, into the atmosphere, and are generated from a variety of projects and processes, such as forestry conservation, methane destruction and renewable energy, and represent an emission reduction of one metric tons of CO2. 

CDR projects involve actually removing CO2 from the atmosphere and are generated by processes such as direct air capture and bioenergy with carbon capture and sequestration (BECCS). Starting in 2030 the Science Based Target Initiative (SBTi) will only recognize carbon credits generated from carbon removal activities as valid offsets, and thus will be a crucial component of any robust sustainability goals.