Volume 15, Issue 67 June 4, 2018
In this Issue
Energy Answers for Local Businesses
Editor's Note
Prices Unchanged
Local Cooling Degree Days*
Energy Answers for Local Businesses
Achieve your profitability and sustainability goals with off-site solar solutions


WGL Energy (WGL Energy Services and WGL Energy Systems) solar solutions provide environmentally-responsible, cost-effective options for commercial, industrial and government customers who are committed to stabilizing their energy costs, reducing their carbon footprint and promoting sustainability.

Our off-site projects – which include new solar and existing wind developments – are ideal for customers that lack the physical space or in-house resources for an on-site solution. Our Distributed Impact™ approach to energy management provides a comprehensive solution that integrates diverse energy resources designed to maximize your profitability and enhance your sustainability goals, while providing you with access to clean, affordable, and resilient energy solutions.



For example, in 2017 we structured a 10.8 megawatt ground-mounted off-site solar supply solution in Frederick County, Maryland to benefit multiple customers. The project provides power to Washington, D.C.’s Capital One Arena, which is owned by Monumental Sports & Entertainment; the National Geographic Society; as well as the 28 Walker Development in Baltimore, Maryland – all three of which are located in congested, downtown urban areas.

Constructed and operated by Cypress Creek Renewables, the solar farm will supply 25 percent of the power needs of the Capital One facility matched with national solar renewable energy credits, which alone will consume about 4.7 million kWh per year of output from the solar installation.

WGL has served as the official energy and greening partner of Capital One Arena since 2015, donating carbon offsets to counterbalance emissions from Washington Wizards, Washington Capitals and Washington Mystics home games, concerts and other events. Last year, more than 3,123 tons of greenhouse gas emissions from 201 events at the arena were counterbalanced with carbon offsets. This is equivalent to avoiding the consumption of over 351,000 gallons of gasoline, or taking 660 cars off the road for one year.

For more information on our Distributed Impact™ approach to energy management, check out the WGL 2017 Corporate Performance Report.