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Lead Consultant / Operations Manager Pike Engineering

"Modern Power Systems And Big Data : Let the Grids Learn for Themselves"“I lead a new team focused on Emerging Technologies such as Battery Energy Storage, Distributed Energy Resources, System...

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Tesla has a new product: Autobidder, a step toward becoming an electric utility.

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Matt Chester on May 5, 2020

Elon's recent confusing Tweets aside, Tesla definitely seems to be poised to make some noise in the utility space with the above and with some of the recent battery news

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Shailesh Jain on May 5, 2020

That's true.

Check this out "..Hornsdale reduced network costs by about A$116 million ($76 million) in 2019.." https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-02-28/two-years-on-musk-s-b...

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Matt Chester on May 5, 2020

Thanks for sharing, Shailesh-- that indeed is the biggest energy storage test case that industry watchers across the globe are watching. There's surely lots of debate about technologies, strategies, etc., and I love reading those debates in the Energy Central community, but no one can deny that we're experiencing and exciting and fascinating time to be working in the utility space!

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