GPS provides outsourced infrastructure that achieves the highest quality in a cost effective way following sound business and engineering practices maintaining absolute integrity.
GPS strives to achieve the very best in technical excellence, client satisfaction, cost effective design and management, and timely completion of projects. Our professional staff and independent field contractors includes NABCEP certified as well as a State Licensed Board electrical contractors. GPS is a multidisciplinary firm offering full service capabilities.
Balancing economic, social, and environmental sustainability presents both challenges and opportunities for modern-day businesses. Organizations that understand the need to use their existing infrastructure innovatively while focusing on its optimization, resource and energy efficiency will gain from both a business advantage as well as social responsibility.
Green Power Systems helps your organization optimize the efficiency of your equipment and back office infrastructure, saving you money and reducing greenhouse gas. Renewable Energy Solutions align your environmental objectives with your business goals for sustainable operations.
Energy from renewable resources—wind, water, the sun, biomass and geothermal energy—is inexhaustible and clean.
The costs of technologies to capture that energy are rapidly falling and becoming economically competitive with fossil fuels, while reducing the risk of climate change. Investing in renewable energy creates jobs, fosters economic growth, and improves energy security for countries that lack domestic fossil fuel resources.
Increasing the share of energy from renewable sources can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and local pollution; insulate countries from fuel price volatility; and improve those countries’ balance of payments.
Some recent scenarios estimate that renewables will contribute more to a low-carbon energy supply by 2050 than nuclear power or fossil fuels using carbon capture and storage.
Hydro, geothermal and bio-energy have long been competitive where resources are available, and wind and solar are also economically attractive in many locations. If supported by strong enabling policies at the public level and robust investment from the private sector, renewable energy could supply a much larger share of the world’s energy by 2035.