Bithenergy excels in the renewable energy field having installed, serviced and maintained a multitude of wind energy systems in Maryland, Virginia, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania. Bithenergy has also developed what we call Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems (HRES), combining solar panels, solar hot water and a wind turbine in one solution.
Bithenergy’s generation services include system project management, design, financing, operations and maintenance (O&M), and systems integration. Bithenergy also provides services in renewable energy financing, construction financing, PPA negotiations, and Debt/Equity structures for multi-megawatt utility-scale projects. Bithenergy’s national network of contractors consists of over 50 strategic partnerships, joint ventures, and teaming arrangements that encompasses a range of scope and services. Bithenergy’s past projects demonstrate our strong financial stability, proven solar technological solutions, effective design and construction practices and established project management talent and methodologies.
Bithenergy is a certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), and we hold certifications in the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners.
Charlestown, West Virginia | Solar & Wind (4.3 kW)
Bithenergy developed and installed a 4.3 kW solar PV system and a Skystream 3.7 wind turbine to help offset the utility costs for a Charlestown, West Virginia storage facility. The systems installed helped the storage facility take their security system / lighting system “off-grid” as well as help the storage facility become the first independent storage facility within the district of Charlestown.
Hagerstown Community College | Solar & Wind
Bithenergy furnished a new renewable energy program to Hagerstown Community College in Hagerstown, Maryland. This system included both solar and wind equipment to help reduce energy costs and carbon emissions.
Tubman University Solar & Wind | Liberia, West Africa
Bithenergy helped Tubman University in Liberia, West Africa, identify cost-competitive renewable energy sources and strategies to tap into its immense renewable energy potential in solar, wind, hydropower and biomass technologies. The lack of a utility grid in Liberia means the University doesn’t have access to reliable, cheap power. Tubman has been powered by generators and spends a large amount of money on diesel fuel.
With the climate in Liberia ideal for using renewable technologies, Tubman has embarked on a complete Renewable Energy Master Plan (REMP) in its effort to become a leader in renewable energy and reduce dependence on electricity. For Phase One, BITHENERGY developed, designed and constructed a solar photovoltaic (PV) system at the homes of the president and vice-president and installed solar lighting and a wind turbine on the campus. Three more phases are planned as follows:
- Phase I (completed) - Solar lighting, solar PV at homes of president & vice-president; solar PV & wind energy at administration building
- Phase II - Solar PV for the academic building, student dorms and the cafeteria
- Phase III - Other potential projects at Tubman University include a centralized community solar array & biomass plant
Bithenergy designed and constructed the remaining two phases. We are excited to help Tubman University become a leader in renewable energy.
Clarksville Solar & Wind | 3 kW
Bithenergy engineered and installed one of the first solar tracking systems in Howard County. The 3 kW solar tracking system was installed on a property in Clarksville and is part of a hybrid renewable energy system (HRES) that consists of solar hot water and a SkyStream wind turbine. The homeowners invested in the HRES system as a means to lessen their dependence on foreign oil, reduce the carbon footprint of their property, cut their energy cost, and to use the system as a training environment for Bithenergy renewable energy technicians and engineers.