Today’s energy system is fundamentally transforming from the traditional electrical grid into a decentralized model. It is becoming a network where the data flowing across the network is as important as the energy flowing across the network. In short, it is becoming the Energy Internet.
Driven by economic, technological, societal and environmental forces, this new energy paradigm is multi-directional, distributed, dynamic and digital. With more sources of energy and energy savings on both sides of the meter. More opportunity to interact with customers and devices. More competitors. And more customers who want greater control over their energy future.
The Energy Internet is the new infrastructure of the modern energy system. Harnessing the data flowing across this complex network will separate the winners from the losers.
The AutoGrid Energy Internet Platform™ (EIP) helps energy providers win the future by harnessing flexibility to deliver reliability. As the unified technology foundation for all AutoGrid applications , the AutoGrid EIP™ provides the state-of-the-art energy data science, speed and scale needed to predict, optimize and control tens of thousands of distributed energy resources (DERs) and millions of participants, using trillions of data-points, in real time.
With applications built on the AutoGrid EIP, energy providers can balance and optimize a decentralized, renewable-friendly energy network. Create more value from energy assets for themselves and for their customers. And deliver clean, affordable, reliable power to the world.
AutoGrid Predictive Controls™ technology is the intelligence at the core of the AutoGrid Energy Internet Platform. This patented technology processes petabytes of data streaming from millions of connected energy assets using powerful data science, advanced machine learning and high-performance network optimization algorithms to create a living model of the Energy Internet.
AutoGrid has achieved Service Organization Control 2 (SOC 2) compliance status, validating its security, confidentiality and accessibility controls. The examination by an independent auditing firm provides details on the stringent SOC 2 security standards that make AutoGrid a trusted partner for utilities, electricity retailers, energy service providers and owners of large energy asset portfolios.
As part of the compliance process, the successful completion of this nearly year-long independent audit confirms AutoGrid’s ongoing commitment to upholding the highest level of security and compliance for its customers and partners.
Developed by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), SOC 2 defines criteria for managing customer data based on five trust service principles: security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy. The SOC guidelines provide an authoritative and independent benchmark for AutoGrid to demonstrate implementation of proper control procedures and practices.
The SOC 2 audit was conducted by Frank, Rimerman + Co. The report is available upon request under NDA.