Invenergy to Provide CORE with Over 1.2 TWh of Renewable Power Yearly


Jim Shield

CORE Electric Cooperative (CORE), an electrical distribution cooperative in Colorado, and Invenergy, a developer, proprietor and operator of sustainable energy options, have signed a brand new wholesale power provide partnership. The partnership will present CORE with over 1.2 TWh of renewable energy per yr, which incorporates roughly 400 MW of recent solar and wind energy initiatives and 100 MW of battery storage, backed up by over 300 MW of present dependable pure fuel sources, beginning in 2026.

The power agreements cowl a 20-year time period between Invenergy and CORE. Invenergy has developed seven initiatives at the moment in operation in Colorado.

Combined with CORE’s present producing property, these new agreements will provide the majority of CORE’s wholesale energy wants. With this partnership, CORE will advance its goal of decreasing carbon emissions by 80% by 2030 and create extra flexibility to implement further battery storage and different applied sciences sooner or later.

“CORE’s innovative partnership with Invenergy demonstrates that the transition to a clean and reliable energy future can be done without sacrificing affordability for our members,” says Jeff Baudier, CEO of CORE Electric Cooperative. “With Invenergy, a proven and like-minded developer that can react and deliver in record time, CORE is competitively positioned to support native growth and aggressively pursue new business.”

“After months of thorough analysis and diligent planning, we’re excited to announce CORE’s future in delivering our members affordable, reliable and clean power as Colorado’s premier energy provider,” shares Tim White, CORE’s board president.

“This partnership between Invenergy and CORE signifies a key moment in Colorado’s clean energy transition,” provides Jim Shield, senior EVP and improvement enterprise chief at Invenergy. “Invenergy is proud to be CORE’s chosen partner and to help them meet their important renewable energy and reliability objectives through our flexible energy solutions.”

The choice adopted a aggressive analysis of service supplier proposals and was authorized by CORE’s member-elected board of administrators.


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