Earn revenue for helping the grid maintain its reliability with the
APS Peak Solutions Program
If you are a commercial and industrial energy user in the APS service territory, you could be earning revenue through its Peak Solutions demand response program. The program pays participants for reducing electric energy during times of high usage on the APS grid. The program is a low-to-no-risk, high-reward opportunity to generate hundreds to hundreds of thousands of dollars depending on the amount of energy you can curtail.
This program is offered through CPower. Registration and enrollment are simple. If grid reliability, corporate citizenship, and revenue are important to you and your organization, contact CPower for a no-cost facility assessment and earnings estimate today.
Call or fill out the form to learn more!
Your CPower team is with you every step of the way and can help you earn even more revenue by participating in other demand-side energy management programs.
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