What we do

USGRDCO acquires and manages natural gas power plants in major cities under a plan that is hyper-focused on reliability, resilience and massive reductions in carbon.

We partner with local utilities and governments to improve the cities and communities in which we operate. At the same time, we work with companies that offer effective solutions we can implement on our sites and in our cities to catapult the energy eco-system towards the achievement of net zero carbon.

What we do

USGRDCO acquires and manages natural gas power plants in major cities under a plan that is hyper-focused on reliability, resilience and massive reductions in carbon.

We partner with local utilities and governments to improve the cities and communities in which we operate. At the same time, we work with companies that offer effective solutions we can implement on our sites and in our cities to catapult the energy eco-system towards the achievement of net zero carbon.

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North America, the most urbanized continent in the world, has 82% of the population living in cities.  The major cities of the US are our focus.

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ENERGY is the backbone to our civilized society. Transitioning to a sustainable, net-zero carbon energy infrastructure with high reliability will be a phased process over several decades.

Unfortunately, society cannot wait – aging infrastructure and climate change need to be tackled now through innovative technology and creative leadership.

Technology and Innovation

Integrated Renewables

Utility Scale Energy Storage

Electrified Transportation

Integrated Renewable Power

Integrating natural gas power plants in our cities with renewable power
backed up by utility-scale battery storage facilities will provide low-carbon, low-cost energy that is always available to power our cities.

Utility Scale Energy Storage

Massive reduction of carbon emissions from gas powered plants begins with the substitution of large scale battery storage for the highest carbon-producing peaking facilities.

Electrified Transportation

Smart transportation systems and electric vehicles require substantial investment in infrastructure to enable their evolution. A charging infrastructure that anticipates the demand for electric mobility is imperative.

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