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Electricity is not a luxury, it’s essential to every aspect of your daily life. You use it to work, to care for your family, to stay safe and healthy, and more. Atlantic Energy supplies you with electricity that’s sourced from clean sources so you can feel better about the kilowatts you use and the company you have chosen as your electricity supplier.
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Other electricity suppliers can get you clean energy as well, but Atlantic Energy is able to do so at prices that won’t make you wince when the monthly utility bill comes. Managing the cost of your electricity supply, whether at home or for your business, is a top priority, so Atlantic Energy’s competitive prices will let you do the best for the environment and for your wallet.
Businesses in particular can be high energy users, and managing the cost of electricity in your energy-intensive operations can impact your company’s bottom line in a real way. Atlantic Energy will help you with affordable and sustainable energy, but we’ll also help you identify opportunities for energy efficiency so you can cut costs further and be an even more impactful champion for the plant.
Homes and businesses can both benefit from smart products like smart lights, smart plugs, and smart cameras, all of which unlock potential energy savings for your daily operations. Between Atlantic Energy’s smart home bundle and smart business bundle, we have you covered with free smart products, just for being a customer. That’s because we consider ourselves more than just your electricity provider: we want to be your trusted energy advisor. Let us find ways to reduce your electricity bills and to make your day-to-day more eco-friendly.
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But you might wonder what the renewable energy sources we work with are precisely?
We define renewable energy as any form of energy that can be generated from natural sources, and that can be replenished repeatedly, which we use as your electricity supplier. Taking solar energy as an example, it has the advantage of being naturally available, and we can’t deplete it by constantly consuming it. On the contrary, since we are continuously burning fossil fuels, like oil and coal, their resources are continually being depleted.
Thankfully, renewable energy is available in a variety of forms depending on the location and the season. For example, during times of gale-force winds, some areas do not have enough sunlight because of the weather, but there are still gale-force winds in other areas. As an electricity supplier, having a distributed network that incorporates different forms of energy is one of the things that can guarantee that we have sustainable and clean energy. Here are some examples of our renewable energy sources:
Solar radiation is the light that is emitted by the sun and is also known as electromagnetic radiation. Every part of the Earth receives some sun over the course of a year, but the amount of sunlight that reaches any one spot on the Earth’s surface varies greatly. Through solar technologies, we can capture this radiation and convert it into useful forms of energy.
The amount of sunlight that makes contact with the earth’s surface in an hour and a half is more than enough for a year’s worth of energy consumption by the entire globe. Solar technologies convert sunlight into electrical energy either by using photovoltaic (PV) panels that convert solar radiation into electricity or by using mirrors that direct solar radiation into the targeted area. This energy can be used to generate electricity or to store it in batteries or thermal storage.
During the last 30 years, the amount of wind electricity that has been generated has grown significantly. With the development of wind energy technology, the cost of producing electricity from wind has fallen. The way wind energy works is through wind turbines.
Generally, wind turbines use blades to capture the wind’s kinetic energy. Wind comes over the blades and creates lift (which is similar to how lift is created on airplane wings), thereby causing the blades to turn. A shaft of steel is connected to the blades, which is used to turn a generator, which in turn produces (generates) electricity.
“Wind power” and “wind energy” are both terms used to refer to the resources used to harness the wind to produce mechanical power or electricity. Mechanical power can be used for specific tasks (like grinding grain or pumping water) or can be converted from mechanical to electrical power with the help of a generator.
There are similarities between hydroelectric and wind energy technologies; however, hydroelectric power uses water instead of air as its working fluid.
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