AutoGrid is thrilled to announce E.ON as a strategic investor in a financing round that will bring breakthrough Big Data analytics to electricity providers and users worldwide.
The energy industry’s first Big Data analytics and predictive control platform is now open for third-party application developers.
With a predictive model of the grid, utilities can shift loads in real time and improve yields for demand management by more than 30 percent.
We use the petabytes of data generated by smart meters to create a forward-looking model of the grid, similar to how supercomputers predict the weather.
Our Energy Data Platform is accessed through public or private cloud services, ensuring high security and privacy while reducing operational and capital expenses.
By mining operational trends and consumption patterns, AutoGrid’s Energy Data Platform can forecast demand days, minutes or even seconds in advance. With our tools, data replaces emergency capacity.
AutoGrid delivers services over the cloud, reducing the cost of demand management systems by 90 percent. AutoGrid is also 100-percent hardware neutral: high capital and operational costs are no longer a barrier.
With our software, ESCOs, demand response providers, electricity retailers and others can employ demand management tools 24/7/365. AutoGrid increases power “yields” by 30 percent or more.
High levels of security, rock-solid stability, compatibility with standards and a rapid ROI mean that manufacturers and real estate managers can follow through with plans to adopt energy efficiency strategies.
TiECon bills itself as the world’s largest entrepreneurship conference. With three full-day tracks that take place simultaneously on Friday, May 16, and focus on Cloud Infrastructure, Big Data, and Internet of Things, it’s attracted nearly 3,600 technology professionals from 50 countries in its twenty-first year. TiEcon 2014 explores all the major IoT trends and the […]
Massive data and sophisticated analytical techniques are leading to new opportunities in such fields as electricity generation and distribution, manufacturing, oil and gas, and sustainability. The Energy and Environment Affiliates Program at Stanford University holds its Spring Conference on May 15, presenting cutting-edge research in tools, techniques, and applications. AutoGrid CEO Amit Narayan will speak on the topic of finding business value from energy analytics. Learn more or register for the Spring Conference.
Independent Analyst Firm Identifies AutoGrid as a Smart Innovator April 15, 2014 Over the past half-decade a flood of home energy management (HEM) hardware, software and services have been launched into the market. These are designed to monitor home energy usage and generation and/or adjust consumption levels of energy-consuming assets according to expected comfort and […]
Do you want to learn how to increase customer participation while cost-effectively managing peak demand? Join Tim Bardzil, Senior Product Manager at Silver Spring Networks, and Jimmy Caputo, Director of Product Management at AutoGrid Systems, for a live webinar titled “New Generation Applications for Demand Response” on Tuesday, May 6, at 10 a.m. PST. John […]
The Peak Load Management Alliance Spring Conference focuses on sharing knowledge among market practitioners, technology firms and utilities/marketers in the demand response marketplace. Approximately 150 industry professionals attend, including utility, regulatory and business professionals who are responsible for demand response, as well as industry advisers in the form of consultants, manufacturers and curtailment service providers. […]
Greentech Media has identified AutoGrid as one of the 20 most innovative companies at the grid edge. The selected companies are leading the charge into grid edge modernization through a combination of innovative product and service offerings, sound market strategies and forward-looking vision. Attend Grid Edge Live in San Diego, June 24 to 25, to […]
Amit Narayan, CEO of AutoGrid, will speak Wednesday, April 2, about “The Business Case for Big Data in Sustainability.” The event, hosted by Data Science, will take place at 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at EcoFactor: 720 Bay Road #201, CA 94063, Redwood City, California. Read the abstract and learn more.
Company Recognized at the Largest International Computer Expo for Leveraging Big Data to Solve the World’s Biggest Energy Challenges March 19, 2014 AutoGrid Systems, a leader in big data analytics and cloud computing solutions for the energy industry, received the CODE_n Business Innovation Award at CeBIT, the world’s largest international computer expo, for the company’s […]
A tally of private investments (and a couple of IPOs) from the DOE research program, along with projects that didn’t make the cut. February 27, 2014 ARPA-E, the Department of Energy’s cutting-edge energy research program, is seeing increased private-sector buy-in for the projects it’s brought from concept to near-commercialization reality. But with those successes come […]
The Energy Thoughts Summit brings the world’s thought leaders together for two days to debate the state and future of energy. Held in Austin for the inaugural year by Zpryme, it will serve as both a conversation starter and blueprint for utilities, vendors, OEMs and innovators to actively engage the energy industry. Topics covered will […]
With approximately 3,500 exhibitors from 70 countries, CeBIT is the world’s largest and most international computer expo and is considered a barometer for the state of the information technology field. CeBIT has also become a platform for recognizing achievement by IT businesses and will host the CODE_n14 contest in which AutoGrid is a finalist. CODE_n […]
March 7, 2014 Have you seen the Ivanpah solar thermal system in the Mojave Desert of California? 347,000 mirrors on federal desert land capture the sun’s rays and, with a complex system, ultimately generate power for about 140,000 homes using BrightSource technology. U.S. Department of Energy loan guarantees account for $1.6 billion of the $2.2 […]
“Demand response is the smart grid’s killer app…”Jon Wellinghoff, Chairman