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Autogrid ramps up involvement in Japan’s VPP space

Autogrid ramps up involvement in Japan’s VPP space

17 Jun 2019, 15:55

US software and data company Autogrid has continued its roll-out of solutions into Japan’s evolving electricity market, joining a virtual power plant (VPP) project that could add more than 10,000 assets by the end of 2021.

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The smarts inside the storage: Software and analytics can drive economic value

30 Jan 2019, 15:41 • By Enrico Ladendorf
The smarts inside the storage: Software and analytics can drive economic value

Today, energy storage projects often fail to deliver value because of economic miscalculations. These computational issues, however, can now be mitigated by applying software, analytics and machine learning, write Enrico Ladendorf and Bryce Evans of Pason Power.

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RedT shows off vanadium stack with augmented reality app

16 Jul 2018, 13:42 • By Andy Colthorpe
RedT shows off vanadium stack with augmented reality app

As an interactive way to introduce its third generation of stacks, vanadium redox flow storage maker RedT debuted its augmented reality app at Intersolar Europe/ees Europe this year.

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Energy storage software will help build the grid of the future

Energy storage software will help build the grid of the future

15 Mar 2017, 15:24
• By Alex Eller

Software platforms are emerging as a crucial element in the rapidly expanding energy storage industry. Alex Eller of Navigant Research explains the crucial role software plays in underpinning the value of energy storage systems.

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‘Batteries are just a ticket to the ball game’ - an interview with Greensmith

‘Batteries are just a ticket to the ball game’ - an interview with Greensmith

2 Apr 2015, 16:38
• By Andy Colthorpe

PV Tech Storage interviews John Jung of Greensmith, an energy storage system and software provider which claims to have been involved with one third of all storage deployed in the US last year. Jung discusses ‘killer apps’, opening up new business models in new markets, software and battery agnosticism.