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EVSE 2.0 – STANDARDS-BASED TECHNICAL AND BUSINESS INTEGRATION WITH THE UTILITY GRID

A key emerging trend is how central the role of electric utilities has become for a new generation of Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) companies, which might be called EVSE 2.0
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Director of Market Facilitation
OpenADR Alliance

Member since 2020

Director of Market Facilitation, OpenADR Alliance

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Harnessing the Power of Voltage Analytics to Stop Electricity Theft and Create a Safer, More Efficient Grid

Voltage analytics has been proven to quickly and efficiently stop power diversion by comparing the difference in the relationship between voltage and kilowatts per hours (kWh) in a properly functioning meter to that in a meter with a diversion or..
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Consultant,

Member since 2014

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Grid Reliability With Increased Renewable Energy

States re-evaluating RPS, federal government evaluating renewable energy tax credits, brings a key question of the right level of renewables in the US. Increasing solar energy's low cost is causing change with energy curtailments.
Ron Miller's picture
Principal
Reliant Energy Solutions LLC

Member since 2020

Principal, Reliant Energy Solutions LLC

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Spinning Reserve Displacement with Batteries: Saving fuel, reducing emissions, lowering costs

Backups for energy systems traditionally are provided in the form of fossil fuel-based generators that run all the time at a reduced capacity. Battery storage systems, however, can replace spinning reserve generators with so-called “synthetic..
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Vice President of Operations
Aggreko Microgrid and Storage Solutions

Member since 2020

Vice President of Operations, Aggreko Microgrid and Storage Solutions

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How to treat batteries in the grid - who can own and who can sell the power

As batteries become more popular and common, it raises regulatory questions over who can own and operate such systems, especially when they are tied to the grid (in front of the meter). The industry needs more regulatory clarity.
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Project manager PV& Battery
E.ON Energie Deutschland

Member since 2019

Project manager PV& Battery, E.ON Energie Deutschland

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Will Renewable Microgrids Improve Grid Resiliency?

Despite utilities best efforts, outages occur.  Traditionally, diesel backup generators have often been used for backup, but these systems have limitations. In response, a new generation of microgrid solutions, mainly based on renewables, are..
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B2B Content producer, Self-employed

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