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Copper Labs’ partnership with Holy Cross Energy featured in NRECA’s Rural Electric Magazine

Article on co-op tech explores how near real-time data is transforming co-op safety, reliability and response Copper Labs and our customer Holy Cross Energy was featured in the March edition of the Rural Electric Magazine, the monthly publication for National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) members. The article looks at how access to near real-time…

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Copper Labs white paper highlights the advantages of wireless real-time energy management

New paper outlines how real-time grid intelligence empowers utilities and their customers to manage peak demand and accelerate energy efficiency (Download here) BOULDER, Colo. — (March 22, 2021) — Copper Labs, a Boulder-based company offering patent-pending wireless real-time energy management (WREM) solutions, today announced the release of “Building Real-Time Grid Intelligence,” a new white paper…

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Why We Teamed with National Grid Partners to Manage Energy in Real Time

The backdrop of last month’s devastating power outages across Texas paints an ominous picture, and the timing for Copper’s next phase of growth couldn’t be more critical to help address these challenges. Now more than ever, utilities need better ways to manage demand and connect with consumers in real time. And that’s exactly what we do: help utilities take control of energy demand by engaging consumers with real-time meter data.

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$5.2 Million Advanced Industries Awards in Fall 2019 will Fuel 24 Colorado Start-Ups

24 Colorado companies were approved to receive Proof-of-Concept and Early Stage Capital and Retention grants, which fund companies commercializing innovative technologies to create viable products that meet a market need and can be created or manufactured in Colorado and exported globally.

One Colorado company – Copper Labs – successfully met all of its performance milestones and was approved for $100,000 of second-round or “transition” funding.

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