Corey Lee Wilson
An Energy Savings Program Can Offset the Financial Impact of COVID-19
Every business and organization is being impacted by COVID-19 in their own unique way: Some severe, others minor and everyone else in between. Our government leaders are working together to provide economic relief and I applaud those measures recently passed. However, they’re temporary and will only go so far—so now more than ever is the best time to strategize on the most effective way of lowering energy costs and increasing savings.
If you agree, MicroNOC's 25% Off Energy Cost Savings Program initiated before the pandemic is still in effect and here to help and will continue to be in effect, regardless of the economic impact. Rest assured, the 25% Off Energy Cost Savings Program can help cut your operating costs by reducing your electricity bill 25% for qualified enrollees. To see if your firm qualifies, it takes as little as 5 minutes to complete the attached form (see below), scan, and email.
Enroll Today in MicroNOC’s 25% Off Electricity Cost Partnering Program
The California smart energy cost savings program sponsored by MicroNOC Inc. provides 25% energy cost savings to qualified partners with high electric bills for all types of commercial and industrial buildings. MicroNOC’s energy savings partnering program works as simply as this:
Energy usage from potential partners with electricity costs of $120,000 per year or higher are evaluated after client provides summer and winter electrical bills and then receives a free preliminary energy savings report.
Based on their energy savings report, enrollees with high time-of-use (TOU) electrical rates and/or high usage between 4 - 9 PM, can qualify, and then MicroNOC’s energy storage system (ESS) can pass 25% of those savings to their clients.
MicroNOC does this most efficiently and effectively with their proprietary and trademarked energy management system (EMS) and network operating center (NOC) that releases previously stored electricity (purchased at off-peak rates), during on-peak rates and highest TOU periods.
Their ESS program requires NO capital investment because MicroNOC owns, operates, and maintains the energy storage systems (ESS) that permit their clients to turn their buildings into clean virtual power (QVP) plants.
MicroNOC’s qualifying requirements are minimal and include a $5,000 registration fee, refundable security deposit, and enough space on site for the ESS. It’s that easy and there are no hidden fees, need for solar, or up sales and extras.
A Facility Manager's Best Building Energy Savings Program in California
There are no better electricity saving programs in California or opportunities to reduce energy usage and waste 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 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, CLWEnterprises@att.net or follow the link to www.CLW-Enterprises.com for a free energy savings evaluation.