Utilidata 是一家重新定义能源效率、可靠性和安全性的全球软件公司。我们获得专利的数字平台在提供电网智能和控制方面处于领先地位。我们使电网更智能，以减少浪费、提高可靠性并节省资金。我们正在与电力公司合作，扩大太阳能、风能和其他电力资源的规模，以领先于当今不断变化的能源市场。我们通过连接、自动化和管理整个公用事业配电系统的控制来做到这一点。鉴于我们如何与网格交互并利用实时信息，Utilidata 在应对当今指数级重要的网络安全挑战方面处于独特的地位。 Utilidata 汇集了一支由 40 多名专业人士组成的团队，其中包括科学、技术、工程、能源市场和监管专家，以帮助公用事业和大型能源用户实现电网现代化。
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Saving Energy on Campus with Energy Optimization Technology
The Project Universities have long put forth great effort to improve overall energy efficiency for buildings and facilities on campus. To improve electrical energy efficiency, universities have used more economical lighting systems, high efficiency motors, building management systems, and other measures. However, there is one area of electrical energy conservation that has been almost totally overlooked – the energy savings that can be realized by optimizing campus electric distribution voltages. Like many universities across the country, Murray State University (MSU) consistently looks to improve energy efficiency on campus. MSU’s 236-acre main campus is in Murray, KY, a city of approximately 18,000 residents. Founded in 1922, the university has grown from an enrollment of 202 students to 10,400 today. The University buys all its electrical power from Murray Electric System (MES), a municipally owned Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) distribution utility. In March 2011, Utilidata deployed its AdaptiVolt™ voltage optimization software on Murray State University’s campus. The patented AdaptiVolt™ software has been installed at major electric utilities and industrial facilities in the U.S. and Canada, providing significant energy savings when implementing conservation voltage reduction.
Saving Megawatts with Voltage Optimization
Conservation voltage reduction is the practice of operating electric distribution systems at voltages in the lower range of allowable levels, thereby improving the efficiency of many electric utilization devices (e.g. induction and synchronous motors, transformers, lighting systems, etc.).This approach can be applied to a variety of industrial settings; however, using an advanced real-time control system such as AdaptiVolt™ is critical to ensuring that voltages don’t drop to levels that put important processes at risk. AdaptiVolt™ monitors voltages through the facility in real-time and makes control decisions to safely reduce voltage, thereby achieving energy efficiency gains while maintaining process reliability
Meeting Energy Efficiency Requirements with Voltage Optimization
Across the nation, utility companies, state regulators and policy makers are considering many potential solutions and strategies for managing an evolving power grid and energy industry. From policy measures like the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Clean Power Plan regulations, to the President’s first Quadrennial Energy Review, to infrastructure modernization efforts, utility companies and state regulators are in a period of intense progress and scrutiny. Of these measures, the EPA’s Clean Power Plan is particularly significant. It aims to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from existing fossil fuel-fired power plants. Citing authority under Section 111(d) of the Clean Air Act, the EPA released the final regulations in August 2015, requiring states to develop and submit state plans to achieve the federal emissions reduction goals. The Clean Power Plan also fosters a spirit of state/federal collaboration urging states to work hand-in-hand with each other and the EPA to come to optimal reduction structures. Despite the debate over the legality of the EPA’s proposed plan, utilities and regulatory bodies are already analyzing the cost and benefits of a variety of measures to respond including coal plant conversions, renewable energy investments, energy efficiency programs and more.
Misurio AG, based in Switzerland, has its own IoT platform which is used to help clients with their problems, improves processes and allow for new revenue models. Misurio originates from the cleantech sector and has strong mathematical, engineering and software development skills.
4NG is the UK based developer of SMARTset.SMARTset is a state-of-the-art Industrial IoT platform that provides operational managers with the tools to connect to any equipment, sensor or element of their built environment. It can analyse data to discover insights, remotely or centrally control source equipment and sensors and generate alarms based on historical and forcasted bahaviour.The system can be deployed on customer premises, in the Cloud or on device and provides connectivity to all mainstream industrial sensor/actuator protocols including Modbus, SNMP, BACnet, MQTT, EnOcean, SigFox, Nest, UPnP, RESTful.
Blue Pillar’s innovative Aurora Energy Network of Things platform is a turnkey protocol and vendor agnostic platform for connecting, controlling, and data acquisition of core facility mechanical and electrical equipment. Aurora also provides a single site critical power and energy management application software specifically designed for critical and complex facilities. Lastly, Aurora has been designed to support centralized facility management and energy management within geographically dispersed, multi-facility organizations.
UME Info is a leading P2P platform, Internet of Things and M2M solution provider. The company is focusing on integrating P2P solutions in smart home industry. UME Info is developing online Internet of Things platform solution to provide better solutions for their customers based on their requirements.
Redaptive makes buildings more efficient one saved kilowatt hour at a time. We are breaking down the barriers to portfolio-wide energy efficiency deployments through our Efficiency-as-a-Service (EaaS) platform – empowering companies to optimize their real estate portfolios and save millions on their energy bills. Our EaaS platform builds the foundation for future investments in both resource efficiency and smart building innovation. In 2017, Redaptive’s customers enjoyed net savings of over $20 million on their utility bills.