Optimize your data center’s energy infrastructure.
Earn revenue for helping the grid and making the world more sustainable.
Right now, the electric grid is evolving toward a cleaner, more dependable, and sustainable future.
Data centers possess the flexible energy resources the grid needs to help ensure it remains reliable amidst this transformative time.
That means your data center’s existing energy assets have the potential to earn significant revenue for helping the grid and improving the world’s sustainability.
CPower can guide you across the bridge to energy’s future, where potential unites with results.
Monetize Your Energy Assets. Ensure Your Uptime. Reduce the World’s Carbon Footprint.
Data centers possess the flexible energy resources the grid needs to complete its transition to a cleaner, more dependable future.
In this video, CPower’s data center team explains how your organization can earn significant revenue with demand response and uncover energy efficiency opportunities that can also be monetized–all while helping the grid and helping the world reduce its carbon footprint.
Earn revenue for helping the grid. Optimize your energy infrastructure. Help the world reduce its carbon footprint. CPower can show you how!
Data centers have a unique opportunity at this particular moment in the history of energy.
That’s because the energy assets most data centers in the US currently possess have the potential to help the grid as it transitions to a cleaner, more dependable, and sustainable future.
In this book, CPower’s experienced data center team explores and explains the specific ways demand-side energy management can and should become an integral component of any data center’s infrastructure management strategy.
The third volume of CPower’s State of Demand-Side Energy Management in North America is the biggest and most insightful yet in this annual series dedicated to breaking down the most important issues, trends, and regulations organizations like yours should understand to make better decisions about your energy use and spend.
In addition to market-by-market analyses, this year’s edition features a series of essays on the grid’s transition and how demand-side energy management will play a key role in helping the grid evolve toward a cleaner, more dependable future.