“Our new company brings innovation to the energy industry, with expertise and vision for sustainability in finance, operations, and ESG initiatives,” said Cordia CEO Earl Collins. “Our experience with new technologies, energy efficiency, and traditional energy generation assets make us uniquely qualified to guide our customers through the energy transition.”
Fortune recently reported that among the Fortune Global 500, 63% of companies have now set 2050 targets for emissions reductions, up 12 percentage points in the last year, and 47% have set more ambitious 2030 targets. Cordia’s unique position in the energy space—grounded in practical and proactive sustainability practices—helps universities, healthcare organizations, governments, urban developers, hotels, arenas, and more build resilient and responsible energy systems.
Through comprehensive expertise in district energy, combined heat and power, and microgrids, Cordia finances, designs, develops, builds, owns, operates, and maintains energy systems. Cordia is committed to testing new technologies and alternative fuels, and applying them to communities navigating the changing energy landscape toward a more sustainable future.
“We all desire a more sustainable future, and transformations in the energy industry are going to be key factors in our business,” said Cordia Director of Sales and Marketing Scott Barr. “We recognize the need for resilience and sustainability moving forward and are dedicated to providing that to the communities we serve in. I’m confident we have the team, the talent, and the financing to lead the way.”
Headquartered in Phoenix, AZ, Cordia serves 485+ steam customers, 185+ chilled water customers, and 10 metropolitan areas including Harrisburg, Minneapolis, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, San Diego, San Francisco, Omaha, Pittsburgh, and more. Cordia’s team brings a steadfast commitment to safety and delivers a 99.99% reliability rating across its portfolio of district energy, combined heat and power, and microgrids.
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