Securing funding and host site/off-taker contracting often are the most challenging parts of developing new distributed energy resource (DER) projects, but DER optimization solutions can make it easier. Learn how energy users, project developers and owners can evaluate site-specific performance data and energy market options to create cost projections and insights that get projects greenlighted.
Possible shortfalls in regional electricity capacity could disrupt business operations in the Midwest if the grid does not maintain balance as it shifts to clean energy. Fossil-fueled generators are retiring faster than renewable energy resources are coming online, leading analysts to warn of mounting reliability risks. However, commercial and industrial energy users in MISO can help the region’s grid operator keep the lights on and be financially rewarded for doing so. Learn how organizations reduce energy costs and receive payments for providing valuable grid services when the grid is stressed.
In this informative webinar, CPower will explore the details of how Midcontinent Independent System Operator (MISO) grid services work and what opportunities provide the most opportunity for energy users to achieve financial rewards for supporting the grid. In addition to making money and reducing their electricity costs, many businesses use their grid services earnings to progress their operational and decarbonization goals.
Join experts from CPower as we give insight into how your site can maximize energy revenue and on bill savings while receiving advance notification of potential grid emergencies and assisting with your site’s resiliency. You’ll leave the webinar with real-world examples of how businesses are being rewarded for their sustainability and resiliency initiatives and ways to automatically identify and execute the most efficient energy management strategies across the DR programs available to you.
There has never been a better time for commercial & industrial businesses with flexible capacity to provide relief to the grid in PJM. Learn how businesses are being rewarded for their sustainability and resiliency initiatives. In this webinar, CPower’s experts examine the PJM energy landscape, explain how you can generate revenue and offer real-world examples of how C&I organizations in PJM are capturing new energy value streams.
Explore the future of energy reliability in Illinois with CPower’s experts. You will learn about Midcontinent Independent System Operator (MISO) energy capacity trends and how you can reduce your operating costs while increasing sustainability and profitability. Our experts will provide a framework to help you manage energy cost challenges, find opportunities for new revenue and navigate solutions that can further improve your operational and sustainability initiatives.
We are bringing in the Market and Regulatory A-Team for the first-ever Regulatory Round-Up panel. Are you curious about New England, New York, California, ERCOT, PJM Energy Markets? Looking for more insight on FERC Order 2222, or NY’s Rule 222? Wondering what ERCOT is doing to prevent another catastrophic grid outage? Just to name a few. CPower’s entire Market and Regulatory team will be on hand to answer some of the most pressing questions to help you better understand your energy market and make more informed decisions about your energy strategy.
Our experts will provide deep insights into many of the questions we received during the State of the Demand Side Energy Management Webinar series. AND … we will have a live Q&A session during the webinar.
The square-off between individual states and the ISO continues to ruffle feathers on both sides. In this webinar, Ken Schisler and CPower’s PJM team will examine the core issues of the rift as well as how key regulations such as FERC Order 2222 are impacting the largest wholesale energy market in the world.
In recent years, Texas’s energy market has been put to the test with shrinking reserve margins, increased electrical demand, and grid-threatening heat waves. The ERCOT grid has held and the market has helped organizations in the Lone Star State earn significant revenue by monetizing distributed energy resources.