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Integrated DER: Orchestrating the Grid’s Last Mile

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Peter Asmus has over 34 years of deep experience analyzing, forecasting and writing and speaking about cutting edge energy and related environmental topics. He is author of four books: In Search...

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As distributed energy resources (DER) assets continue to grow in number and installed capacity, energy providers must accelerate the transformation of business models and the way they engage with customers to become orchestrators of a network of integrated DER platforms. According to a new white paper from Guidehouse’s Energy, Sustainability, and Infrastructure (ES&I) segment, integrated DER, or iDER, is one of seven emerging energy platforms identified in the Energy Cloud 4.0 vision of a more sustainable, highly digitized, decentralized, and dynamic energy system. 

To learn more about iDER, fill out the form below to download Guidehouse’s latest white paperIntegrated DER: Orchestrating the Grid’s Last Mile, and join the social media conversation through #FutureUtility.


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