Boise, Idaho, November 30, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via InvestorWire — Correl Infrastructure Partners Co., Ltd. (OTCQB:CIPI) (“Correlate” or “Company”), a provider of technology-enabled energy optimization and clean energy solutions, announces a total of 3.8 megawatts of solar energy installation projects. Enasis® (NYSE: ENS) is a global leader in stored energy solutions. pennsylvaniaIt will officially become one of the largest in-meter solar installations in the country. usa.
EnerSys® is an industrial technology leader providing the global community with mission-critical stored energy solutions that meet the growing demand for energy efficiency, reliability and sustainability. Their products help address some of the world’s biggest challenges, including the efficient and affordable distribution of goods, grid reliability, communications and the electrification of customers’ previously fossil fuel-driven operations. But internal efforts towards a low-carbon future are also a top priority for the company.
“Sustainability Enasis It extends well beyond the benefits and impact of our products.” David M. Shaffer, Enasis President and CEO. “This is central to how we manage our own business and this project is a big step closer to our goal of minimizing our carbon footprint.”
The project is also a major step forward in moving the entire corporate infrastructure to clean energy.
“This partnership and project unites the team’s decade-long vision to support corporate renewable energy programs and help decarbonize supply chains with global market leaders.” Todd Michaels, associated with the CEO. “We are proud to work together Enasis To further develop solar power in the Commonwealth and support our commitment to long-term sustainability as an industry leader. ”
In addition, support for new projects pennsylvania governor tom wolf He is committed to his goal of at least 40% green energy electricity use statewide to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 26% from 2005 levels by 2025.
“Pennsylvania has been a national energy leader for more than 100 years. We want to bring environmental benefits to all Pennsylvanians.” pennsylvania governor tom wolf at a press conference in March.
about Correl Infrastructure Partners Co., Ltd.
Correl Infrastructure Partners Co., Ltd. (OTCQB: CIPI) is a technology-enabled development, finance and fulfillment platform for distributed energy solutions. North AmericaThe company’s integrated solutions include intelligent efficiency improvements for solar, cogeneration, energy storage, electric vehicle infrastructure, and community-scale applications. Correlate removes barriers to adoption for net-zero carbon targets while reducing costs, improving comfort and making homes, workplaces and commerce more energy-reliable.
For more information, please visit the company’s website https://www.correlateinfra.com/.
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