Green Charge Recognized for Sustainably Combining Energy Storage with Renewables
Santa Clara, Calif. April 18, 2016 – Smart Grid News has named Green Charge Networks as one of its 15 Companies to Watch in 2016. The annual award is given to leading organizations who share a commonality in a strong spirit of innovation and an unwavering commitment to positively impacting the energy industry of the future. Green Charge is the largest provider of commercial energy storage in the United States with more than 45 megawatt hours of energy storage projects in operation or under construction in school districts, retail, governments, and utilities.
Smart Grid News Editor-in-Chief Barbara L. Vergetis Lundin noted, “Green Charge has been chosen as a Smart Grid Company to Watch for the second consecutive year, due, in part, to its impressive growth. Since its recognition in 2015, Green Charge has doubled both its customer and employee base. Green Charge’s energy storage solution highlights advancements in clean energy and reduced environmental impact while enabling greater EV charging and solar adoption.”
With its mission of using energy storage to power the world efficiently and sustainably, Green Charge has formed an ecosystem of industry partners, including Duke Energy/REC Solar, ChargePoint and Nissan, allowing customers to easily combine energy storage and other renewables. Duke Energy Renewables’ alliance with Green Charge, for example, is increasing savings for commercial solar customers by filling in the gaps during periods of intermittent solar production and peak power demand.
About Green Charge
Green Charge provides the easiest way to save energy costs for commercial and industrial businesses, municipalities and schools. Our award-winning solution delivers industry leading savings, up to 50 percent in demand charges. We provide risk-free financed energy storage and software that time-shifts power use, and optimizes electric vehicle charging, solar and energy efficiency measures. Founded in 2009 Green Charge is headquartered in Santa Clara, Calif., with offices in NYC and San Diego. Please visit www.greencharge.net for more information.
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