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Avoiding gridlock: Why time-of-use (TOU) rates aren’t the long-term solution for managing local EV load

By EnergyHub Team / February 13, 2024 / Comments Off on Avoiding gridlock: Why time-of-use (TOU) rates aren’t the long-term solution for managing local EV load

This is the third article in EnergyHub’s four-part “Avoiding Gridlock” series on how managed charging can mitigate the distribution impacts of EV charging. Don’t miss part one, The impact of electric vehicles on transmission vs. distribution systems and part two, The distribution impacts of EV charging. For decades, electric utilities have relied on time-of-use (TOU)…

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Avoiding gridlock: The distribution impacts of EV charging

By EnergyHub Team / January 30, 2024 / Comments Off on Avoiding gridlock: The distribution impacts of EV charging

This is the second article in EnergyHub’s four-part “Avoiding Gridlock” series on how managed charging can mitigate the distribution impacts of EV charging. Don’t miss the first installment, The impact of electric vehicles on transmission vs. distribution systems, and part three, Why time-of-use (TOU) rates aren’t the long-term solution for managing local EV load. The…

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Avoiding gridlock: The impact of electric vehicles on transmission vs. distribution systems

By EnergyHub Team / January 22, 2024 / Comments Off on Avoiding gridlock: The impact of electric vehicles on transmission vs. distribution systems

This is the first article in EnergyHub’s four-part “Avoiding Gridlock” series on how managed charging can mitigate the distribution impacts of EV charging. Don’t miss part two, The distribution impacts of EV charging or part three, Why time-of-use (TOU) rates aren’t the long-term solution for managing local EV load. Industry experts have cautioned that the electric…

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Introducing EnergyHub’s device lab and the “Testla”

By EnergyHub Team / September 27, 2023 / Comments Off on Introducing EnergyHub’s device lab and the “Testla”

EnergyHub’s lab brings the benefits of real-world DER testing to utilities, device partners, and the industry EnergyHub’s Tesla Model 3 spends most of its time parked at our Burlington, Vermont office. But it’s not the kind of company car you might expect. Instead, this Tesla is one of the many distributed energy resources (DERs) that…

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EnergyHub and EvoCharge Announce Integration with EnergyHub EV

By EnergyHub Team / June 5, 2023 / Comments Off on EnergyHub and EvoCharge Announce Integration with EnergyHub EV

– Partnership maximizes residential and commercial customer hardware choice for participation in utility EV programs – NEW YORK– June 5, 2023 – EnergyHub, the industry’s most experienced provider of distributed energy management systems (DERMS) continues to expand its electric vehicle platform EnergyHub EV with the addition of EvoCharge, a pioneer in Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment…

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EnergyHub partners with Emporia to maximize utility customer hardware choice for EV managed charging programs

By EnergyHub Team / May 17, 2023 / Comments Off on EnergyHub partners with Emporia to maximize utility customer hardware choice for EV managed charging programs

-Faster charging that saves money for electric vehicle (EV) owners- (New York) May 17, 2023 – A new partnership between EnergyHub, the industry’s most experienced provider of distributed energy resource management systems (DERMS), and Emporia, a Colorado-based smart home energy management technology company, will provide utility customers access to a faster charging system that saves…

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Salt River Project accepts 20th Annual PLMA award

EnergyHub clients Salt River Project and CPS Energy recipients of the 20th PLMA Awards for Innovations in Flexible Load Management

By EnergyHub Team / May 11, 2023 / Comments Off on EnergyHub clients Salt River Project and CPS Energy recipients of the 20th PLMA Awards for Innovations in Flexible Load Management

Memphis, TN – May 10, 2023 – EnergyHub clients Arizona-based public utility Salt River Project and Texas-based CPS Energy were the winners of the 20th PLMA (Peak Load Management Alliance) Awards. This annual awards program recognizes innovative approaches to flexible load management and initiatives to effectively manage end-use energy loads. The 20th Annual PLMA Awards were…

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EnergyHub partners with Synop to expand EV fleet charging access and vehicle-to-grid capabilities for utilities

By EnergyHub Team / May 2, 2023 / Comments Off on EnergyHub partners with Synop to expand EV fleet charging access and vehicle-to-grid capabilities for utilities

Partnership provides utilities with improved grid intelligence while enabling commercial EV fleets to generate revenue from charging assets New York (Tuesday, May 2nd, 2023) – Approximately two million commercial electric vehicles (EVs) will be on the road by 2030. A new partnership between EnergyHub, the utility industry’s most experienced provider of distributed energy resource management…

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EnergyHub and Fermata Energy Partner to Enable Utilities to Accelerate EVs as Grid-Edge Resources

By EnergyHub Team / April 18, 2023 / Comments Off on EnergyHub and Fermata Energy Partner to Enable Utilities to Accelerate EVs as Grid-Edge Resources

Through the joint solution, utilities can optimize vehicle-to-grid technology to manage and balance the grid (New York) April 18th, 2023 – Grid-tied electric vehicles are batteries on wheels that can support grid resilience. To accelerate the deployment of vehicle-to-grid installations, EnergyHub, the industry’s leading grid-edge DERMS provider, and Fermata Energy, the leading V2G services provider,…

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EnergyHub Records 83% Increase in Demand Response Events Shifting 8.5 GWh Off Peak This Summer

By Seth Frader-Thompson / November 3, 2022 / Comments Off on EnergyHub Records 83% Increase in Demand Response Events Shifting 8.5 GWh Off Peak This Summer

New York, November 3, 2022: As extreme heat put electrical infrastructure to the test across North America again this summer, utilities and their customers showed they can step up and support grid reliability when it matters most.  Households and businesses across the continent worked with EnergyHub client utilities to manage 1.3 GW of flexibility from…

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