According to an overview of clean energy from the U.S. Department of Energy, green and renewable energy industries are expected to continue to grow over the course of the next several years. Green energy facilities are subject to the same EPA and SPCC requirements as traditional energy operations. Because of this, it’s important for clean energy operations—such as wind and solar farms, biomass operations, or geothermal plants—to consider how secondary containment systems can help create a safe working environment as well as offer regulatory compliance. Without the proper secondary containment measures, generators, turbines, or transformers commonly used in the clean energy industry can potentially leak hydrocarbons into the surrounding environment. Secondary containment liner systems from Basic Concepts are designed to safely retain leaks and spills in order to enable clean energy facilities to comply with regulatory guidelines. To help you find the secondary containment solutions that are right for your green energy operation, here is a look at the liner systems available from Basic Concepts.