Energy consumption is an ongoing expense that poses several challenges to corporate, municipal, and federal operations. Energy prices are expected to rise in the coming years, potentially impacting profit margins. Through 2035, electricity prices are expected to rise between 45% and 109%, based on six different industry-accepted sources.* Carbon emissions from energy generation already pose environmental risks, but now they also come with the risk of unknown future regulation and taxation. Furthermore, while the natural gas boom has helped to lower electricity prices, rates remain volatile. Our clients have come to realize that clean energy projects can serve as a long-term hedge against rising electricity costs and provide companies more control of their energy expense.