“While the intermittent nature of DERs represents a challenge to utilities, they also represent an opportunity,” commented Young Ngo, chief technology officer at Survalent.
San Diego, California (PRWEB)
January 31, 2017
The increasing proliferation of rooftop solar, small scale wind turbines, behind-the-meter battery storage technologies and energy-smart buildings has created significant challenges for utilities attempting to add all of these new distributed energy resources (DERs) to the grid. To give utilities a seamless and scalable solution to manage, optimize and control DERs, Survalent and Spirae today announced a partnership that will deliver a solution to track, monitor, control, and optimize those…