Webinar: Earn More Money for Using Less Energy
FirstEnergy’s Commercial and Industrial Demand Response Program

Join CPower for our webinar on the Commercial and Industrial Demand Response Program offered by FirstEnergy Pennsylvania Utilities. The webinar covers the details and value of the program, how to participate and how to incorporate it into your existing demand management portfolio. Even if you are not a CPower customer, this webinar will be valuable in helping you expand your saving and earning opportunities in PJM.

Maximize Your Existing Demand Response Revenues with the Commercial and Industrial Demand Response Program from FirstEnergy’s Pennsylvania Utilities 

Hey, customers of Met-Ed, Penn Power, or West Penn Power… 

Even if you’re already a demand response participant, your business may qualify for more incentives
by curtailing your energy usage as part of the Commercial and Industrial Demand Response Program from FirstEnergy’s Pennsylvania utilities.

Find out today if you qualify to earn additional revenues for the 2017 season!

Earn more money for using less energy

CPower is ready to help you earn

CPower’s team of energy experts will help you develop your energy strategy and maximize your demand response participation.

We’re ready to make energy work…for you.

 CONTACT CPOWER TO GET STARTED

Learn more about the Commercial and Industrial Demand Response Program from FirstEnergy’s Pennsylvania utilities

Download this informative PDF and discover how CPower and FirstEnergy’s Pennsylvania utilities can help you get more out of your demand response.
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Contact CPower and learn how you can maximize your existing DR with the Commercial and Industrial Demand Response Program from FirstEnergy’s Pennsylvania utilities. Fill out the form below or call 844-4ACT129 (844-422-8129).

Not a customer of Met-Ed, Penn Power, or West Penn Power? Click here to learn if your organization is eligible for maximized DR incentives.

The costs of energy efficiency programs are recovered through customer rates in accordance with Pennsylvania Act 129 of 2008. For a complete list of commercial, industrial, residential and low-income energy efficiency programs, please visit www.energysavePA.com