One of the privileges of working with great partners like Kit Carson Electric Cooperative Inc. is the opportunity to join their conversation with the local community. We were excited to meet recently with Net Metering Advisory group and Renewable Taos to share our work on understanding and managing the role of local solar generation in KCEC’s grid.
Taos is a vibrant community which reflects many of the constituencies and issues at the core of the energy transition – from making clean energy accessible to everyone through community solar development, to leveraging the resilience and decarbonization potential of distributed energy resources, to keeping energy prices affordable, they’re tackling the problems of tomorrow’s grid right now.
While this isn’t a problem that technology alone can solve, technology is a big part of making it possible. That’s why we’re excited to work with folks like KCEC and the Taos community, to lend our experience with world-class distributed systems engineering to the unique challenges of supporting the energy transition.
Recent ransomware hacks on critical infrastructure have highlighted the need for increased security embodied by a Zero Trust approach to software and information technology. We want to share our perspective on Zero Trust Security , which ensures it is built as a core to our platform.
Leading the charge towards a community-centric grid, Camus Energy secures $16M Series A to advance real-time utility operations
KCEC came to Camus Energy with a simple, yet ambitious goal to achieve 100% daytime solar by 2022. By thoughtfully increasing its use of local solar, KCEC could reduce the cost of electricity, bolster consumer choice and equity, and support grid reliability.