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EnergyHub’s top 5 blogs of 2022

Charge up for 2023 with a look back at our readers’ favorite posts from the grid edge of 2022.  The following pieces explore how utility clients, their customers, device partners, and EnergyHub collaborated to deploy 1.3 GW of distributed energy resource flexibility and keep our grid resilient during a year of record-breaking heat. 5. EnergyHub…

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Using the Mercury DERMS to meet grid-edge challenges

EnergyHub has evolved over the years as our utility clients respond to DER adoption and decarbonization trends. We started out as the pioneer of BYOT demand response, and after more than five years of partnership with utilities across the country, we extended the capabilities of our Mercury DERMS platform and expanded our platform and services…

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Growing to 50 utility DERMS deployments and beyond

During a difficult year, EnergyHub has been honored to work with utilities to respond to the evolving challenges affecting the power system. We saw distributed energy resource (DER) programs play a unique role in continuing to build clean, reliable resources for utilities while keeping utility customers and employees safe at home. DERs are helping utilities…

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Wood Mackenzie features EnergyHub in new research on DERMS category

Analyst firm Wood Mackenzie recently surveyed the DERMS category to understand the latest utility priorities for DERs and compare solution providers in the market. They’ve summarized their findings in their new report, “Managing DERs and enabling a flexible grid: DERMS technology evolution and competitive vendor analysis.” The report offers insights on how utilities’ goals with…

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Best practices for managing DER portfolios from Guidehouse Insights

A convergence of trends is pushing utilities to turn to distributed energy resources (DERs) to meet immediate and long-term grid needs. The widespread adoption of DERs is placing new demands on the grid and transforming the relationship between utilities and their customers. DERs such as residential solar production and storage are turning utility consumers into…

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Case study: Arizona Public Service’s multi-DER strategy

Arizona Public Service (APS) is taking progressive steps to address challenges that every utility will face in the coming years. The utility has become a national leader on clean energy with a commitment to transition to 100 percent clean and carbon-free electricity by 2050.

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A DERMS-enabled, phased approach to EV management

While the rise of electric vehicles (EVs) represents a significant energy sales and decarbonization opportunity for utilities, it also poses formidable capacity and stability risks to the grid. The load required to charge EVs, their tendency to be adopted in pockets, and the unique charging behaviors of customers will result in significant threats to utilities.…

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Arizona Public Service, National Grid, and EnergyHub receive 2020 PLMA awards

Every year, the Peak Load Management Alliance (PLMA) recognizes utilities leading the industry with novel and successful approaches to managing DERs. We’re excited to have been recognized with both of this year’s Program Pacesetter Award awards alongside two of our longtime utility partners, Arizona Public Service (APS) and National Grid.This year, PLMA will host a…

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What to expect from a grid-edge DERMS

A host of paradigm shifts in the energy industry have utilities increasingly looking to distributed energy resources (DERs) to meet their demand-side and distribution objectives. More pronounced system peaks, commitments to carbon-free energy, and trends in the adoption of devices such as residential storage and electric vehicles are all leading utilities to prioritize creating a…

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