Energy consumption reduction is important factor in wireless communication and this problem should be properly addressed. Green cellular communication is nothing but environmental friendly approached for reduction of energy consumption. One of the green cellular communication methodology is implementation of the coordinated multi point (CoMP) transmission. In the traditional methodology, when a BS is switched off, the user in its coverage is provided service from the neighboring BS's by increasing their power, thus energy consumption of that particular BS's increases. But with the implementation with CoMP the neighboring BS's coordinate to serve the user. Main objective of the paper is to analyze how the implementation of coordinated multipoint (CoMP) transmission is better than the non-CoMP scenario by calculation of some parameters. In order to see how utilization of coordinated multipoint transmission could improve the user experience certain parameters like SINR (signal to noise interference ratio) and RATE have been plotted and calculated. SINR when implemented with CoMP have shown 75% improvement compared to that of Without CoMP and RATE has improved 3 times when implemented with CoMP Hence, these parameters have shown a significant improvement when implemented with coordinated multipoint transmission (CoMP) compared to that of Without CoMP transmission. © 2017 IEEE.