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CPower customers avoided 280,000 tonnes of CO2 in 2021

As CPower celebrates record marginal reduction in carbon emissions, Data from the company’s annual customer survey shows growing interest in Sustainability, distributed energy resources

BALTIMORE, April 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Today, in celebration of Earth Day, CPower Energy Management (“Power“), the nation’s leading energy solutions provider, announced that its customers have avoided more than 280,000 tonnes of CO2 in 2021, which is equivalent to burning no more than 317,000,000 pounds of coal, thanks to demand response (9,052 metric tons activated) and energy efficiency (277,488 metric tons measured). Thanks to its partnership with the Environmental Tech association WattTime, CPower brings customers deeper insights into emissions savings. This is the second year in a row that CPower and WattTime have partnered to show emissions reductions through demand response and energy efficiency, in celebration of Earth Day.

CPower customers typically avoid emissions associated with their electricity consumption in at least two ways, through demand response events that temporarily reduce electricity loads at particular times and through efficiency projects energy sources that permanently reduce the demand for electricity. WattTime’s marginal emissions data and analysis enables CPower and its customers to better quantify how energy efficiency and demand response translate into avoided emissions on the power grid. WattTime’s technology also enables a continuous response to environmental demand called automated emissions reduction.

The announcement comes as commercial and industrial companies across the country look for ways to drive decarbonization and meet sustainability goals. According to CPower’s annual survey of customers across the United States:

  • Nearly half (48%) of energy decision makers consider sustainability a key driver of their distributed energy resources (DER) strategy.
  • A majority (57%) are considering or have implemented facility- or organization-wide carbon tracking to show progress toward their ESG goals.

CPower manages over 5.3 GW of DER capacity nationwide to help customers unlock sustainability, resiliency and financial benefits as their energy management needs and strategies evolve. The company serves many of the largest and best-known brands and organizations in the retail, data center, commercial real estate, education, manufacturing, production and processing industries. industrial, government and education, among other industries. CPower also helps owners and operators of distributed generation projects monetize their portfolios to maximize the value of their technology and their customers’ assets.

“As the world recovers from the pandemic, companies are looking for ways to keep carbon consumption low. Regardless of the market or industry, new policies and market pressures are forcing these organizations to find concrete ways to report on their decarbonization progress. We are proud to enhance our customers’ experience by offering these metrics that showcase the benefits of their DERs, while helping to create a cleaner grid,” said Mathew SachsSenior Vice President – Strategy and Business Development, CPower.

About CPower Energy Management

CPower Energy Management is a leading national energy solutions provider guiding its customers towards a clean and reliable energy future. We manage over 5.3 GW of customer capacity across the United States, forming virtual power plants that are good for the grid and great for the community. CPower maximizes the value of our customers’ electrical loads, plant assets and distributed energy resources while providing flexibility, capacity and other ancillary services to the grid. With over two decades of experience, we’ve grown to deliver over 55 local energy programs, partnering with grid operators and utilities to serve over 12,000 sites, delivering approximately 280,000 metric tons of CO2 reductions in 2021 alone. CPower is based in Baltimore, Maryland and is owned by LS Power, a development, investment and operating company focused on the power and energy infrastructure sector. For more information visit:

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