Full-service HR outsourcing for solar, wind, Hydro & renewable Energy companies.

A proven variable cost model that works in a boom economy and a down market.


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We’ve been doing this for decades, so we understand the ups and downs of the Renewable Energy industry. See IEA forecast below for solar, wind, Hydro and other renewable Energy companies. Our variable cost model (Video to the left) adjusts with market conditions, keeping you on track regardless of the economy.

The International Energy Agency (IEA) forecasts that additions of renewable electricity capacity will decline by 13% in 2020 compared with 2019, the first downward trend since 2000. This is a 20% downward revision compared to our previous forecast in which 2020 was due to be a record year for renewable power. The update reflects both possible delays in construction activity due to supply chain disruptions, lock-down measures and social‑distancing guidelines, and emerging financing challenges. The outlook also takes into account ongoing policy uncertainty and market developments such as the most recent auctions and newly financed projects before the Covid-19 outbreak.

However, the majority of these delayed projects are expected to come online in 2021 and lead to a rebound in capacity additions. As a result, 2021 is forecast to almost reach the level of renewable capacity additions of 2019. Despite the rebound, the combined growth in 2020 and 2021 is almost 10% lower compared to the previous IEA forecast.

The United States is expected to see an increase in capacity additions in 2020 and 2021 compared with last year. The expiry of tax credits in the United States in 2021 are resulting in project development rushes. However, the government is expected to provide some flexibility, allowing projects to be commissioned in 2021 without losing their incentives. As a result, the forecast expects that some wind and solar PV will be rescheduled and commissioned in 2021.

“Corban OneSource saved me 20% in administrative costs and freed up my time to focus on more strategic areas of our business.”

Stephanie W., Director of Human Resources

A low-risk approach to outsourcing benefits, payroll administration, and compliance for solar, wind, Hydro and other renewable Energy companies.

  • Take advantage of payroll outsourcing for oil and gas companies
  • Quickly adjust as the industry environment changes
  • Rely on workflows developed for the energy sector
  • Work with a team of oil and gas industry benefits experts
  • Stay secure with our compliance processes and services
  • Let us develop your employee handbook and keep it updated
  • Receive customized reporting
  • Reduce administrative headaches with seamless payroll administration

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HR outsourcing and payroll administration make sense for solar, wind, hydro and other renewable energy companies.

  • Save money for what matters.
  • Spend time on operations, not administrative burden.
  • Work with experts who understand the disruptions in your industry.
  • Leverage best practices developed for organizations just like yours.
  • Benefit from a broader, yet more specialized skill set than one employee can offer.

“When I have compliance issues I know I can call Corban OneSource, as they will have the expertise to handle it and keep us out of hot water.”

Lori M., Controller