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clean, distributed energy future

We’re transforming complexity at the grid edge into reliable resources for utilities and energy markets.

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A look at EnergyHub’s DERMS platform

Learn about the advantages of a platform designed to help utilities manage the grid edge.

Deep integrations at the grid-edge

EnergyHub represents the industry’s largest DER partner ecosystem.

Advanced grid services

The EnergyHub DERMS’ AI-enabled control optimization framework intelligently operationalizes DERs to ensure that utilities achieve desired grid objectives, while taking into consideration device- and customer-specific constraints. This entails real and reactive power optimization across the network hierarchy.

Proven scale and reliability

Industry analysts recognize that EnergyHub reliably manages the largest fleet of grid-edge resources of any DERMS provider in North America.

BYOD (bring your own device) solutions

C&I demand response

EnergyHub provides solutions to enroll, dispatch, and monitor commercial and industrial (C&I) resources, working with individual sites and leading aggregators.

Utilities can now manage C&I resources alongside residential DERs through a single platform.

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DER partners

We work with the industry’s largest ecosystem of DER providers, including leading manufacturers of thermostats, EV charging equipment, residential batteries, solar inverters, and water heaters.

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We empower utilities to harness flexibility at the grid edge to meet their immediate needs and long-term strategic goals. Talk to an EnergyHub expert about your DER needs.