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EnergyHub’s Firm Load Dispatch recognized with 2017 Grid Edge Award by Greentech Media

Kat O'Leary

April 10, 2017

Grid Edge Award Badge.pngEnergyHub’s engineers are constantly optimizing our best-in-class DERMS platform, and industry experts have taken notice.

We are very pleased to announce that we have received a 2017 Grid Edge Award from Greentech Media for our Firm Load Dispatch algorithm.

Firm Load Dispatch (FLD) is a data-driven tool for optimizing load control events. FLD achieves a stable target load curve by coordinating the duty cycles of a population of devices through advanced machine learning, thermal modeling, and real-time device communication.

FLD is embedded in our DERMS and is available to any EnergyHub utility customer using our Mercury platform.

FLD was developed by a team led by EnergyHub’s Vice President of Analytics, Ben Hertz-Shargel. You can learn more about this cutting edge capability by downloading our white paper: Firm Load Dispatch: Remaking the DR Load Curve.

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Our award means you’re a winner, too. Get 20% off your passes to Greentech Media’s Grid Edge World Forum by using the promo code AWARD20 when you register here.

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