Kathleen Hyle, Constellation Energy’s commercial division chief operating officer says, “We believe customer demand and technological innovation will drive strong growth in the demand response market in the years ahead. The addition of CPower to our team will strengthen cross-selling opportunities and operational capabilities, and will enhance demand-management product development.”
CPower CEO Gary Fromer adds, “As electricity load management and demand response become ubiquitous offerings, users of energy are seeking a business partner that can provide the maximum value – for management of both the purchasing and the use of electricity.”
CPower works with clients across North America, including those in New England, New York, the Mid-Atlantic region, Texas, California and Ontario. To learn more about CPower, visit www.cpowered.com.
Constellation Energy also announced it is taking applications for its new grant program, E(2): Energy to Educate, which the company says will “provide funding for projects that enhance student understanding of the science and technology needed to address energy issues.” Grant awards will be up to $25,000 for projects from students in grades 6-12, and up to $50,000 for college students. The application deadline is Oct. 15. The program is funded by the Constellation Energy Foundation.
Mayo A. Shattuck III, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Constellation Energy says the program “will help prepare students to address one of their generation’s greatest challenges – making the transition to a more secure, efficient and low-emissions energy system to power both our buildings and our vehicles. Achieving this outcome is essential to the nation’s economic success and to the health of the communities in which we live and work.”
Project criteria and application form can be found in the Community Outreach section at www.constellation.com.