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Help Reduce Rolling Blackouts With MicroNOC's 25% Off Electricity Cost Partnering Program



In August 2020, California experienced its first rolling blackout since 2001. More blackouts may be on the way due to the state’s antiquated electrical grid and inability to supply enough electricity during fire season heat waves, particularly during the hours of 4 – 9 pm.

The California Independent System Operator (CAISO) is in charge of maintaining reliability on one of the largest power grids in the world, and operates a transparent, accessible wholesale energy market. However, many parts of the grid are almost one-hundred years old as evidenced by the faulty power pole transformer that started the deadly 2018 Paradise Fire that was installed in 1919. At the time of the fire, that made the transformer 99 years old!

CAISO works diligently around the clock to meet the electricity needs of consumers, while increasing the amount of renewable energy to usher in the clean, green grid of the future. However, CAISO, along with California’s major utilities and CPUC have been out in public this summer holding press conferences about the state’s energy problems during the 4 – 9 pm period (which is the 5-hour peak time-of-use period that MicroNOC 25% Off Electricity Cost Partnering Program focuses on).

MicroNOC’s innovative 4 – 9 pm energy reduction, clean energy, and grid stabilization program provides maximum energy savings—and also helps stabilize the electrical grid and use clean energy during the peak TOU time period when most of these electrical surge fires are started.

MicroNOC 25% Off Electricity Cost Partnering Program requires no capital investment, only a $5,000 registration fee, a refundable security deposit, and space for the battery energy storage system (BESS). It’s that easy with no hidden fees, need for solar, rebates, up-sales, extras or BS.

Per Ting Chang, MicroNOC’s EVP, “If potential partners desire to see first-hand an actual ESS mock-up, they are more than welcome to visit ours at MicroNOC’s HQ in Rancho Cucamonga. Or we can setup a virtual conference at your convenience. Facilities make the request—and MicroNOC does the rest.”

Qualifying for MicroNOC 25% Off Electricity Cost Partnering Program is Simple

If your facilities are operating between the hours of 4 – 9 pm with high electricity usage over $120,000 per year, MicroNOC can determine for free within 48 hours, after a Request for Preliminary Savings Report Form is returned, your free preliminary energy savings evaluation report.

If your facility qualifies and registers for MicroNOC’s energy savings program, MicroNOC performs for free the site assessment and then determines if their clean virtual power (CVP) plant energy storage system (ESS), designed, procured, installed, and maintained by MicroNOC (all at their expense), is a good fit for your facilities energy reduction needs and goals.

MicroNOC 25% Off Electricity Cost Partnering Program requires no capital investment, a $5,000 registration fee, a refundable security deposit, and space for the battery energy storage system (BESS). It’s that easy with no hidden fees, need for solar, rebates, up-sales, extras or BS.

Per Chang, “If potential partners desire to see first-hand an actual ESS mock-up, they are more than welcome to visit ours at MicroNOC’s HQ in Rancho Cucamonga. Or we can setup a virtual conference at their convenience. Facilities make the request—and MicroNOC does the rest.”

Enroll in MicroNOC’s 25% Off Electricity Cost Partnering Program

If you would like to learn more about how to use less electricity and more efficiently to lower operation costs and improve cash flow, please check out the one-page flyer link at the Save 25% on Peak Rates Using Clean Energy flyer BUTTON below and then complete the one-minute Request for Preliminary Savings Report form BUTTON below and email it to corey@micronocinc.com. Registration is simple as these 5 steps:

1. Complete a Request for Preliminary Savings Report form.

2. Submit the request form with copies of your high/low electric utility bills.

3. You will be provided a custom Preliminary Savings Report (PSR).

4. Submit a Service Registration Form along with the Registration Fee.

5. You’re on your way to lower electric energy rates.

Article content provided by Ting Chang, EVP of MicroNOC Inc. on September 14, 2020 and Corey Lee Wilson, President of CLW Enterprises.

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