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  • Writer's pictureCorey L. Wilson

25% Energy Savings Program Offsets COVID-19 Costs

Updated: Nov 28, 2023

It's a New Year With New Opportunities to Cut Costs

Businesses and organizations continue to be impacted by COVID-19 in their own unique way. Some are severe, others minor and everywhere else in between. Regardless, as we leave 2020 behind us—but not the effects of the pandemic—there is no better time than now to consider and act upon new opportunities and programs to help mitigate the operational, financial, and human impacts from the pandemic, moving forward into 2021.

If you agree, MicroNOC's 25% Off Energy Cost Savings Program is seeking more partners to join their mission to reduce energy usage and waste for high performance facilities without the need for solar or a capital investment by utilizing clean virtual power (CVP™) and saving 25% off their electricity bill by doing so.

If your facility, per meter, spends more than $120K per year on electricity with high energy usage between 4:00 - 9:00 PM—your facility will most likely qualify for MicroNOC’s CVP™ energy savings program that lowers peak electricity rates by 25% that in turn helps improve cashflow and at the same time reduces operational costs and the use of dirty non-renewable energy—as well as assisting your operations in becoming more sustainable.

25% Off MicroNOC Energy Cost Savings Program

MicroNOC makes all the necessary capital investments for their PG&E approved Energy Storage System (ESS) required to achieve the savings and their clean virtual power (CVP™) plant and energy storage system (ESS) is designed specifically for commercial and industrial facilities with behind-the-meter installations.

Startup requires a $5k registration fee, a refundable security deposit, and room for the battery energy storage system (BESS). It’s that simple (with no BS).

There are no better electricity saving programs in California or opportunities to reduce energy usage and waste as well as help balance the grid (please reference the 90-second "California’s Grid Imbalance" video below for more info) than from MicroNOC Inc., proud member of the International Facility Management Association (IFMA), their Environmental Stewardship, Utilities and Sustainability (ESUS) Community, and business partner to the San Diego, Silicon Valley, Los Angeles, Orange County, Sacramento Valley and Inland Empire chapters.

For more information on saving energy or to get started right now and securely check your electrical usage and potential savings, please contact Corey Lee Wilson at CLW Enterprises at (951) 415-3002, or follow the link to for a free energy savings evaluation.

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