Smart Energy is Digital, Decentralized, and Decarbonizing.
Our global power industry was built around large, centralized power stations, mostly coal and natural gas-fired.
But all of that? It’s changing.
In order to embrace energy efficiency, the world is now looking toward decentralized energy solutions. In other words, smart energy.
Distributed renewable-based electricity is reshaping the grid in a profound way. The aggregation, optimization, and monetization of distributed clean energy assets like solar panels and batteries are reshaping our grid and profoundly changing the way we consume and produce electricity.
Producing electricity at the point of consumption makes economic sense, and it also provides security of supply and predictability of costs.
Over the next decade and beyond, renewable energy growth will be primarily via decentralized systems.
It’s a localized energy system that can operate independently or in connection with the main power grid.
Decentralized renewable energy models offer an opportunity to circumvent political bottlenecks, provide affordable electricity, and reduce reliance on imported fuel.
Need for Power Resilience: Due to increasing grid disruptions, consumers are increasingly moving to onsite solar generation-plus-battery storage.
Robust Customer Demand: Wood Mackenzie expects the US solar industry to nearly triple in size over the next five years.
Correlate Energy Corp. (OTCQB: CIPI) is a portfolio-scale energy developer platform that strives to eliminate the barriers faced by property owners in the pursuit of energy optimization and sustainability goals.
The company’s unique membership platform reduces friction between portfolio managers and service providers by unleashing stakeholders from spreadsheets, vendor fatigue, and any need for upfront capital investment to increase building net operating income.
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How does the company do it?
A Highly Fragmented Industry:
The renewable energy sector is a highly fragmented industry.
Fragmented industries cause inefficiencies. Clean energy firms specialize, adding complexity and hindering profitability and scale.
Correlate seeks to create efficiencies by consolidating a fragmented industry.
The company plans to grow sales with acquisitions of top companies, including competitors.
It will also utilize its platform resources for shared efficiencies and increased profitability.
A history of success….
The CIPI team’s collective experience runs deep, and its executives have been involved in developing and financing renewable energy projects for some of the most reputable brands and organizations around.
This will reduce our emissions and take carbon out of the atmosphere.
There is a lot of work to be done before 2030.
The US solar industry is expected to nearly triple in size in the next five years, but its energy grid is insufficient for the booming clean energy trend.
Current infrastructure also limits green energy distribution. Massive funding and decades would be required for new infrastructure.
Constructing the needed infrastructure will cost billions and be far too slow. In the long-term, widespread central electricity generation via renewable energy is likely unfeasible.
In the long run, it's difficult to achieve widespread central electricity generation from renewable sources because of inadequate transmission lines and infrastructure.
Many may say that nuclear energy is the answer, but it isn’t the only answer.
Although nuclear energy is a dense and reliable source of energy that could help meet electrical demand and achieve net-zero goals, the reality is that due to political and community resistance to nuclear power plants, they take decades (plural) to approve, fund and build, if at all!
Furthermore, even if they are built, there is not the corresponding transmission infrastructure in place which would take more dollars and years to build out.
So, if the 2030 decarbonization goals are to be met, it is going to be by decentralized renewable energy systems.
Decentralized systems are very much needed to meet demand.
Today's grid disruptions drive solar and battery adoption, boosting microgrid demand. Microgrids offer resilient, independent power with combined natural gas and solar generation.
Massive institutional project investment funding and consistent long-term government incentives are key drivers of the decentralized energy trend in the United States. That combined with material electrical cost savings and robust customer demand create an unparalleled economic opportunity.
Chief Executive Officer
Wendy brings 25 years of success launching, relaunching and building organizations in diagnostic, surgical and capital sales, with a focus in Oncology and Women’s Health. She has achieved record revenue growth at a variety of organizations from early-stage start ups to Fortune 500 companies. Most recently, Wendy has served as CCO at Agendia, Animated Dynamics and Biodesix. Prior to Biodesix, Wendy served as VP of Sales with Integrated Oncology (LabCorp subsidiary) where she led the
successful integration of Genzyme Genetics following its acquisition for $925M. Before joining Integrated Oncology, she held several leadership roles with Cytyc Corporation prior to its $6.2B acquisition by Hologic.
Correlate Energy Corp. (OTCQB: CIPI) has matured into something steady and is positioned to lead in an industry where macro trends and reoccurring cash flow are pouring into the space.
The company has decades of leadership with several successful projects/infrastructure already under its belt.
This underfollowed renewable energy company has an extensive track record in executing portfolio-scale renewable energy and comprehensive efficiency upgrades across the U.S.
Businesses and companies of all sizes as well as U.S. cities are looking to make the transition to clean energy and are running out of time before 2030 to make it happen. Through discussions with regional leaders, the company has learned that the U.S. is flooded with projects but doesn’t know how to complete them. CIPI’s 3-pronged strategy is the answer.
Other public companies in the industry include Brookfield Corp. (NYSE: BN), NextEra Energy, Inc. (NYSE: NEE), and Clearway Energy, Inc. (NYSE: CWEN.A). These companies have market caps in the billions.
In a highly fragmented arena, CIPI is offering solutions that could run circles around other competitors and is at the beginning stages of its high-growth story.
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