Distributed energy grows in CPower’s portfolio; aims at grid relief

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Distributed energy is growing in CPower’s portfolio as the company signed a new high-record of customers in the U.S.; growing its distributed energy management to almost 4,3 gigawatts, the company announced this Tuesday.

Firstly, the company is a leading national solutions provider; for the delivery year of 2021-22 it has expanded its distributed energy capacity by 4,3 GW as said above; this makes the company the undisputed leader of the distributed energy resources (DER) under management, for North America.

Secondly, the expansion of this capacity is seconded by the fact that the company signed 364 new customers; which is a milestone record-breaking for the company.

Thirdly, by connecting all the new resources to the north American grid, the company helps to relief the demand, especially during this time when demand is increasing due to heatwaves and the summer time.

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Added distributed energy resources to help meet grid needs

Moreover, CPower manages distributed energy resources of more than 1,850 commercial and industrial organizations across more than 11,000 sites. It also serves sectors including healthcare, data centers, education; also, large retail, commercial office, data centers, colleges, hospitals; laboratories, government facilities and manufacturing, as well as third party owners of distributed generation and energy storage portfolios.

In addition, by connecting all those resources to the grid, CPower delivers demand reduction commitments, and helps to meet real-time supply needs of grid operators and utilities.

On the other hand, about the relevance of the milestone met by the company, Glenn Bogarde, senior VP of Sales and Marketing at CPower, said. “As extreme weather puts strains on the electric grid, more customers than ever recognize the value that the CPower team brings in offering a dedicated account-level focus; to deliver best-practices across resiliency and sustainability initiatives.”

Finally, he remarked. “Today I want to thank our customers – both new and incumbent – who place their trust in us; as we continue to transform the industry by helping commercial and industrial facilities enable critical energy resources through their participation in demand-side management programs.”

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