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Seasonal Readiness 2020

February 18, 2020
Are you ready for the 2020 demand response season? Our program information and On Demand Webinar resources will help make you successful in your programs in 2020. Here, you'll find program information, key dates (like communication drills), your CPower contacts, market information, dispatch information and more.

Webinar: The Cost of Energy Resilience – Bouncing Back without Breaking the Bank

February 10, 2020

Resilience, as it pertains to energy, is defined as the ability to have a contingent electrical supply and maintain reliable power in the event of a power failure.

While there isn’t a lot of debate on the need for energy resilience, there are a lot of questions around what to implement and how to pay for it. Join CPower’s NY Sr. Manager of Engineering, Arusyak Ghukasyan, Sr. Account Executive Michael Mindell and CRBE’s Director of Energy and Sustainability, Emily Wilson, as they help provide insight into resilience:

Webinar: Demand Side Energy Management 2020: The Most Important Topics For Your Energy Management Strategy This Year

February 06, 2020

When it comes to energy, the last several years have been the most dynamic, exciting, and perhaps confusing of the preceding 100 years. The proliferation of renewables, behind-the-meter storage, energy efficiency, microgrids, and ambitious energy policies (just to name a few) have made planning your organization’s energy strategy for 2020 far more complex than years past. This short but informative 30-minute webinar hosted by CPower’s market experts will cover some of the most important developments and changes in the US’s open energy markets to help you successfully plan and manage your organization’s energy decision strategy.

White Paper: The Changing Energy Landscape and New Demand Side Management Opportunities (Navigant)

January 02, 2020

The year is 2040. Grid modernization has seen the integration of large-scale storage and renewables overtake traditional fossil fuel and nuclear generation. Sustainability, grid reliability, and energy technologies have been major drivers for a modern grid structure. Customers have become more connected and engaged with their utilities and drive the utility business model beyond selling kilowatt-hours.