Many forward-looking cities, companies and institutions have begun to pursue 24/7 carbon-free energy (CFE). As momentum builds, new 24/7 CFE supply offerings have emerged. But what do these 24/7 CFE supply products look like? How do they work? How were they developed? And how much demand is there for them?

In the second webinar of a WRI-hosted series on 24/7 Carbon Free Energy, experts will tackle these questions and more. The webinar will also feature overviews from representatives of AES Corporation, an electric supplier, and Georgia Power, an electric utility, about their emerging 24/7 CFE supply products, as well as a customer-side perspective on 24/7 CFE deals from Iron Mountain, a global storage and information management services company that has committed to matching its hourly energy use with renewable power. After opening presentations from panelists, Lori Bird (Director, US Energy, WRI) will moderate a discussion exploring the questions outlined above. There will also be time for audience Q&A at the end.

For more information or to view a recording of WRI’s first webinar in this series, “An Introduction to 24/7 Carbon-Free Energy and Hourly Matching,” click here.



  • Erica Engle, Vice President of Structured Origination, AES Corporation
  • Tray Leslie, Renewable Development Manager, Customer Engagement, Georgia Power
  • Chris Pennington, Director, Energy and Sustainability, Iron Mountain
  • Lori Bird, US Energy Director, World Resources Institute (Moderator)

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