Bring on the Renewables: Ensuring Grid Stability in the Era of Decentralization

From demanding renewable energy options to generating their own electricity, customers are taking an unprecedented interest in the source of their electricity. At the same time, all around the world, governments are setting mandatory renewable energy targets. This is a […]

https://www.survalent.com/bring-on-the-renewables-ensuring-grid-stability-in-the-era-of-decentralization/ Smart devices and DERs: how will their data impact utilities?

Without question, some of the greatest challenges faced by the utility sector in the last decade have been brought by on the exponential increase in available data. Communication technologies and smart sensors are generating massive amounts of data and the […]

https://www.survalent.com/smart-devices-and-ders-how-will-their-data-impact-utilities/ Change is coming: standards and regulations in the age of DERs

Change is coming: standards and regulations in the age of DERs New opportunities and new challenges. Thanks to the rapid growth of distributed energy resources (DER), electric cars, and the IoT, electricity providers are encountering plenty of both. All around […]

https://www.survalent.com/change-is-coming-standards-and-regulations-in-the-age-of-ders/ The road to renewable: how and why the power industry is changing

The road to renewable: how and why the power industry is changing Renewable energy is an undeniable force of change in the power industry. It’s altering the way governments, utilities, and consumers think about energy and it’s forcing power companies […]

https://www.survalent.com/the-road-to-renewable-how-and-why-the-power-industry-is-changing/ The rise of DERs and the decentralized grid

Utilities around the globe have reached a critical juncture. New, increasingly accessible technologies have challenged the traditional electricity distribution model. Utilities have two choices now: adapt their business and operating models to stay relevant or risk becoming a supporting player […]

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