At White Harvest Energy, we approach each engagement with our customers in the same way; by exploring every possibility to create a benefit for all involved.


We know there are many competing interests between rate payers, regulators, environmental agencies, and equipment providers.  We are also aware that these factors barely begin to scratch the surface of many power companies’ concerns. When we develop an energy efficient solution that offers a benefit to everyone, we have more engagement and more effort from all parties to make the solution work. Successful collaboration is the situation we seek to create each time we are hired. We ask, “How can we generate the most benefit and get all stakeholders on board to bring about the biggest impact?”

We use the following basic framework to evaluate each situation:


Your Company Assets

Stakeholder Identification

Who is interested in applying a new energy technology?  Who else is impacted or has a part to play in implementing that technology? 

Who are the players?


Stakeholder Concerns

What does each stakeholder need to get out of the engagement to declare success?  What constitutes a win-win scenario? 

What are the drivers?

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& Practices

Of all the power related technology available, which offers the best fit?    What fits within the geography, service territory, etc.? 

What is the solution?


Bridging the Gaps

What potential solutions bring the technology to bear while satisfying the stakeholders?  What structure is most beneficial? 

How is the solution implemented?