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Green Solutions Advanced by Correlate Infrastructure Partners Inc. (CIPI) Foreshadow Major Economic Revolution in Energy Efficiency

  • Global efforts to address climate change are expected to drive an economic market that Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry argues will ultimately be larger than the Industrial Revolution was
  • While energy efficient commercial buildings have rapidly increased in the United States and Canada during recent years, the mission of sustainability must be spread among construction and development professionals. 
  • Green energy solutions company Correlate Infrastructure Partners Inc. is helping companies reduce their carbon footprint through it’s data-centric platform for analyzing corporate facilities’ energy usage and spearheading their sustainability solutions 
  • Correlate’s services make it possible for companies to be apart of the solution by achieving greater energy efficiency and access to locally sited solar, energy storage and EV infrastructure

While climate change worries have been expressed as a threat to future life, Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry recently cast a more optimistic vision of the potential that climate change represents in terms of economic possibilities.  

“This is the largest market the world has ever been staring at: the energy transition market,” Kerry told attendees at the IV CEO Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles on June 9 (https://nnw.fm/l1h4G). “Every aspect of life can be impacted in a positive way. It’s not something to fear — that we have to shun and shy away from. We have to embrace this transition which will, in the end, I guarantee you, be larger than ultimately than the Industrial Revolution was.”

Louisiana-based Correlate Infrastructure Partners (OTCQB: CIPI) is a purpose-built energy use optimization company pursuing green utilities solutions for the commercial real estate industry. They are innovating the industry with the mission of sustainability, and the kickback of increased net operating income. The company is one of many whose enthusiasm mirrors Kerry’s faith in the idea that finding solutions for reducing carbon emissions is sound business sense. 

“Correlate Infrastructure Partners is making energy management and procurement transparent and cost-effective as we digitize the process that has been archaic for way too long. We are excited to be at the forefront of an industry that is at an inflection point, and we are eager to begin working to change the way commercial real estate owners optimize energy assets,” CEO Todd Michaels stated last month. 

The company uses proprietary data analysis and concierge services to help facilities owners and construction professionals evaluate and improve their energy usage footprints, providing the necessary information to work through what Utah’s Clean Energy authorities branded a “net-zero learning curve” (https://nnw.fm/mU3Aw). 

Media outlet CleanTechnica recently reported on data published by the journal iScience, showing that “the people operating renewables like solar and wind farms are learning to do so more efficiently, lowering the levelized cost of electricity (‘LCOE’)” and financing rates for related assets (https://nnw.fm/tgMrq). 

According to the researchers, LCOE refer
?s to cost metrics spread across the lifetime of an operation, and in regard to the wind energy market the average cost per megawatt-hour (“MWh”) fell from $440 when the market launched in 1982 to $32 in 2020 — a reduction of 93 percent. The LCOE for utility scale solar energy fell from $230 per MWh when it began in 2007 to $34 per MWh in 2020 — a rapid 85 percent decline. 

The news is encouraging to those striving to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. The Statistics Division of the United Nations has reported that for the terms outlined in the Paris Accords seven years ago to be accomplished, global CO2 emissions must be cut to 55 percent of their 2010 levels by 2030 and reach net-zero by 2050 (https://nnw.fm/10MSn).

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.CorrelateInfra.com, including the following: 

NOTE TO INVESTORS: The latest news and updates relating to CIPI are available in the company’s newsroom at https://nnw.fm/CIPI

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