Correlate Infrastructure Partners’ solar set up at Blue Cross Blue Shield’s HQ
Correlate Infrastructure Partners Inc. has begun the ultimate engineering, allowing and interconnection work on the Geneva, Ill. facility the place the corporate has contracted to put in a large-scale rooftop solar challenge. The huge rooftop solar challenge is being constructed on the headquarters of Continental Envelope, an 84-year-old firm. The challenge is positioned at Continental Envelope’s manufacturing plant, which produces 2 billion envelopes per 12 months.
“Correlate Infrastructure Partners loves supporting ESG-focused businesses that are making a true difference in their industries and communities” states Todd Michaels, CEO of Correlate. “This attractive project makes clear that sustainability and profitability are no longer at odds. This is a call to action, Chicagoland! We are grateful to partner with this innovative family business that shows the printing industry can be more efficient and renewable without compromising reliability or profitability.”
The 908 kW solar challenge, which is anticipated to be operable by Q3 2022, will power roughly 20-25% of the power’s total energy wants when commissioned. The solar system will present low-cost, fixed-priced energy, with no worth volatility for many years to return.
“This kind of energy forward-thinking is achievable for printing and manufacturing businesses of all types and sizes across the world,” says David Bailey, chief income officer for Correlate Infrastructure Partners. “The Continental Envelope family put a lot of thought and planning into how they would become a more sustainable business, and we’ve created an innovative building health program that will set them on the path toward net-zero carbon.”
“This solution for Continental Envelope is a demonstration of Correlate’s commitment to designing and building customer-centric energy solutions that not only deliver profitable sustainability but create great jobs and visibility in the local community,” provides Jason Loyet, director of business solar for Correlate.