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Correlate Infrastructure Partners Inc. (CIPI), VP of Sales Describes How The Company is Revolutionizing The Greening of Commercial and Industrial Real Estate

  • Correlate has, since its inception, remained committed to increasing energy efficiency, while minimizing upgrade costs, for commercial real estate
  • In a recent interview, Jim Florentino, Correlate’s Vice President of Sales, gave insights into the inner workings of the company, its history, and his role therein
  • He reiterated the company’s commitment to implementing advanced technologies and workflow processes while trying to break the old habits that have made this industry stagnant and slow-moving
  • Florentino also noted that given the company’s commitment to building long-term sustainability planning and driving NPO for its customers at every phase, Correlate sits right at the impetus of property owners and business paths to net-zero goals and sustainable operations

Correlate Infrastructure Partners (OTCQB: CIPI), a tech-enabled development, finance, and fulfillment platform for distributed energy solutions across North America, has remained committed to reducing costs, improving comfort, and increasing energy reliability for home, work, and commercial commerce, while eliminating the adoption barriers to net-zero carbon goals. Having started with its first offering that allowed for the remote audit of buildings and designing energy optimization without the involvement of on-site engineers and auditors, the company has grown to offer industry-leading energy solutions and a financing platform for the industrial and commercial sectors.

In a recent interview, Jim Florentino, Correlate’s Vice President of Sales, gave insights into the company’s inner workings, the firm’s history, and his role therein. Of note was his introduction into the clean tech space back in 2008 as a residential HVAC systems designer and salesperson, a role that would allow him to cross paths with Todd Michaels, Correlate’s President and CEO. After staying in touch over several years, he jumped at the opportunity to build upon the strengths of the team that Todd has built, ultimately molding the company into what it is today (https://ibn.fm/7mYrv).

Florentino noted that Correlate is committed to implementing advanced technologies and workflow processes while trying to break the old habits that have made this industry stagnant and slow-moving.

“We approach each day with a disruptive mindset of scaling energy project development by using great solution technologies, partner organizations, and industry-leading standards, all while making an important global impact toward decarbonization,” he noted.

He also emphasized the importance of the company culture, pointing out Correlate’s ubiquitous use of workflow and communications platforms to keep constant dialogue and collaboration happening in real time. This, he noted, comes with its share of challenges, the main one being the lack of awareness and dangers associated with the current electrical grid. To expound on that, he highlighted that the decentralization of the company’s power systems and networks needs all sides of the table to work in coordination, thereby streamlining the installation of microgrid technologies that would help address the massive issue of electric grid instability.

Florentino expressed his optimism in the company building long-term sustainability planning and driving Net Operating Income (“NOI”) for its customers at every phase. He also highlighted the positive reception of its tech-enabled development work in a remote environment that removes high engineering expenses. This, he reckoned, validated Correlate’s methodology of using data and intelligence to expedite large corporate portfolio carbon reduction initiatives, allowing the company to make a huge impact and do so quickly.

“Correlate not only aims to be a solution to the problem in the years to come, but we also sit right at the impetus of property owners and business’ paths to net zero goals and sustainable operations,” noted Florentino.

“To me, that’s a really good place to be,” he added.

So far in the new year, Correlate has partnered with global stored energy solutions leader, EnerSys(R) (NYSE: ENS), to improve its carbon footprint in its Pennsylvania headquarters (https://ibn.fm/rPFda). It is also aggressively pushing its offerings to help clients improve their environmental, social, and governance (“ESG”) profiles, especially given the growing interest by investors in backing such efforts. These moves define Correlate as the undisputed industry leader and a key player in renewable energy.

For company 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://ibn.fm/CIPI

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