Tag: energy management software

Integrating Demand Reduction With Storage and Renewables

Integrating Demand Reduction With Storage and Renewables

The energy storage business is hot these days. It has become the most talked-about trend in the retail energy business in the past three years with large companies offering new products, and startups introducing newly designed energy storage, software, and hardware packages.

The popularity of energy storage is driven by the rapid

Energy Storage Solutions Behind-the-Meter

Energy Storage Solutions Behind-the-Meter

Sharp Electronics Corporation, a US subsidiary of Osaka-based Sharp Corporation, formed Energy Systems and Services Group (ESSG), which entered the market in 2014 with the launch of the SmartStorage behind-the-meter scalable energy storage system.

Designed to reduce peak demand charges in commercial and industrial buildings, Carl Mansfield, general manager and founder

Smart Build

Smart Build

It’s likely that you’re sitting in a building as you read this, and if it’s not yet a smart building, it’s likely to become one soon, because buildings can’t be dumb when it comes to interacting with the smart grid. Moreover, the cost of electricity from the grid isn’t getting

A Dynamic Duo

A Dynamic Duo

Tyson Schilz has seen the difference in the last five years. There was a time when building owners and municipalities rarely cared about how much energy their facilities consumed. Today, that’s changed. Tight budgets have forced school districts, municipalities, and private businesses to take a closer look at every dollar

Virtually Powerful

While renewables like wind and solar are often touted as the ultimate solution to all of our energy needs, the truth is that our current energy infrastructure is in no way ready to handle the variable energy output generated by many of these renewable energy sources. And while there’s always

Taming the Energy Hogs

Robert Cassiliano calls them energy hogs. And he’s far from alone.

Today’s data centers are bigger and more powerful than ever. This is good for information technology (IT) departments and the companies that rely on the information that data centers store. But bigger isn’t always better when it comes to the

Data Centers Explode

Data Centers Explode

The rapid growth of data centers as repositories for everything digital reflects a worldwide demand for information technology (IT). But many utilities are struggling to keep up with the demand, as individual centers now approach power consumption rates as high as 35 MW, and some, such as Microsoft’s $500-million data

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