The DEN.OS™ is Bringing Intelligence to Distributed Energy Storage & The Optimization of Distributed Energy Resources (DER’s)
For commercial and industrial building owners, the integration of energy storage promises to lower utility bills, improve power quality and reliability, decrease carbon footprints, simplify the integration of onsite renewable solar and wind generation, and add electric vehicle charging stations. In effect, Intelligent Energy Storage™ helps give any organization control over its energy expense and optimize the returns on these investments in energy autonomy.
For utilities, the intelligent integration, aggregation and optimization of energy storage and other Distributed Energy Resources (DER’s) makes it possible to integrate more distributed generation from intermittent renewable sources, mitigate peaks and valleys in demand curves, reduce stress on the transmission and distribution infrastructure, and accommodate growth in electric vehicles — all while enhancing the grid's stability.
Demand Energy has developed a “best-in-class” Distributed Energy Network Optimization System (“DEN.OS”) that maximizes the economic returns of behind the meter (“BTM”) storage systems alone, or in combination with distributed generation (“DG”). The DEN.OS platform was architected to facilitate the design, integration and operation of energy assets/services, to deliver the highest financial returns across the broadest range of storage applications , utility rate structures and economic use cases today and in the future. The DEN.OS platform was architected as an end-to-end solution that delivers differentiating value across the entire project life cycle and can support both Utility and Behind the Meter (BTM) projects revolutionizing the way electricity is generated and consumed.
As a fault tolerant, cloud-based platform, DEN.OS gives users the analytics and control needed to continuously optimize how they purchase, generate and consume electricity. Renewables become less intermittent and truly dispatchable. Microgrids and virtual power plants become smarter, more efficient and more cost-effective. Smart buildings become fully intelligent, which helps raise the IQ of the smart grid. And the promising future of intelligent and autonomous energy management becomes practical reality today.