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PG&E Recognizes 365 Main

SAN FRANCISCO -- Pacific Gas and Electric Company has recognized 365 Mains San Francisco data center for its noteworthy load-reduction accomplishments while participating in PG&E’s Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) program. The CPP program is designed to curtail energy load during critical peak days to offset the possibility of an energy emergency.

Hundreds of PG&E business customers participate each year in the voluntary CPP program, which offers seasonal discounts to single-building customers that reduce or shift their energy usage away from peak periods between May 1 and October 31. 365 Main is a leading performer within the data center segment.

“We are pleased to highlight the level of commitment 365 Main has made to manage its energy consumption responsibly, and this type of action is exactly why we created the CPP program,” said Al Steubing, PG&E account services director. “365 Main is truly walking the walk in the data center segment, and we encourage other companies to follow its lead in order to protect all types of businesses from potential power outages on critical peak days.”

365 Main Inc.