Survalent and Spirae Partner to Enable a More Reliable and Resilient…

“While the intermittent nature of DERs represents a challenge to utilities, they also represent an opportunity,” commented Young Ngo, chief technology officer at Survalent.

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…

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