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Meltek is a climate tech startup empowering communities lower their carbon footprint. We pay New Yorkers and Californians to reduce their energy usage when energy is in high demand. Power companies would rather pay you to use less energy than turn on and maintain polluting and expensive Peaker Plants. Sign up for our free program and start earning!

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OUR FREE PROGRAM PAYS YOU TO REDUCE YOUR ENERGY USAGE WHEN DEMAND IS TOO HIGH.

How does Meltek work?

In six simple steps, we ensure that our users improve the environment and earn rewards for their participation.

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You want to save on your energy bill
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Sign up using your ConEdison Account Number or PG&E "SA ID" Account Number
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Meltek alerts you of peak demand events
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You reduce your energy usage during the event
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After the event, Meltek rewards you and shows your environmental impact
You get paid for your contribution in helping the grid!
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How does Demand Response help the environment?

How does Demand Response help the environment?

You're an airline passenger and the flight is overbooked. The airline will offer you an opportunity to wait for a later one and compensates you with a free ticket or maybe a free night in a hotel. Now think about the energy grid and imagine demand is expected to exceed supply.  What if you were offered an opportunity to lower your energy consumption and get compensated for it?

It would make little sense for an airline to add a flight for a handful of passengers or, in the case of electricity, build another power plant. It is much better, both for the environment and economically, to lower electricity usage when energy demand exceeds available supply, than to turn on the dirtiest, most expensive electrical power plants to meet the demand.

So why not offer consumers an incentive to cut their energy use in response to extreme demand circumstances?

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