You can hybernate and park in CPWI, but I don't like how it works with other programs, mainly APT.
If you tell the mount to park to a specific spot in another program, it will not carry over correctly to the park location since CPWI does not use the regular ASCOM park function. It'll park to the last spot you parked it in CPWI.
That is the main reason I use the ASCOM device hub, instead of CPWI.
I think what you need to do, is just select use last alignment when you turn the mount back on. -note you cannot use the handcontrol with CPWI, so the park postition will not save to the hand control, and you wont be able to call up the last alignment from CPWI if you use the handcontrol when you turn the mount back on.
If just using CPWI, save the alignment, then park it with the program and shut it down. When you start back up, just turn on the mount, don't do anything else with the handcontroller, and then load the last alignment with CPWI.
Saving a Pointing Model/Saving Your Alignment
Once your alignment is completed, you may save it by going to View Pointing Model > File > Save as.
Loading a Pointing Model/Loading Your Alignment
Provided you have not physically moved your mount, you can load an alignment model to restore your telescope’s alignment after
shutting the mount off. This feature is particularly useful for remote or observatory setups. Select Connect and the Align Mount
window will pop up. Next, select Load Pointing Model. This will allow you to restore a previously saved alignment.
Follow the onscreen instructions to sync onto a star. The sky and your mount have rotated since you last used this alignment, so the
two will need to be synced again for the alignment model to be accurate. Once you have synced onto a star, your clutches should
remained locked. This is useful if you plan on using the telescope again in a few days and want to keep an otherwise good alignment
model. Unlike Park Mount, you can unlock the clutches while the telescope is not in use, since the alignment can be loaded later.
Park Mount is very useful in situations where you need to power off the mount for a few hours to conserve battery life when using
an external power source. Select Park Mount in the Control box under Mount to park the telescope in any desired position while
maintaining the current alignment model. When you select Park Mount, a pop-up window will ask you to select “Park here” or “Park at
previous position.” Once the mount is parked, CPWI will ask you to disconnect from the mount. After disconnecting, you may power
off your mount and close CPWI. Do not move the telescope while it is parked or the current alignment model will be lost. When you
reopen CPWI, select Connect in the Setup box. CPWI will ask if you’d like to un-park the mount. Once un-parked, the mount will begin
tracking again. Select a bright star in the SkyViewer and slew to it to check the pointing accuracy before using the telescope further.
This feature does not require saving or loading a Pointing Model. Park Mount uses your alignment model prior to parking the mount."