Since 2020, Camus Energy has been helping Colorado co-ops lower power supply costs and integrate DERs with real-time visibility and control.
We’re proud to work with co-ops like Holy Cross Energy and La Plata Electric Association – and we’d love to partner with you as well.
With rebates and tax breaks on heat pumps, EV chargers, solar panels and all kinds of member-owned devices, the role of San Isabel will change. Members will rely more and more on electricity – and the co-op that powers their homes and businesses.
This increasing responsibility comes with a big opportunity as well: to harness these resources for improved flexibility, reliability, and cost savings.
That’s where Camus can help.
Our orchestration software makes it easy to safely integrate these devices, understand how they’re impacting your system, and dispatch them to support system needs. We help you harness the wave of electrification to bring benefits to all of your members.
Use DERs to lower peak costs and defer T&D investments
Identify where upgrades are needed for EV and DER integration
Dispatch member devices to support grid needs
Holy Cross Energy came to us with the ambitious goal to transition from a coal-heavy power mix to 100% carbon-free electricity by 2030.
With the help of Camus’ grid orchestration software, Holy Cross has leveraged greater than 6 MW of local distributed energy resources (DERs), including utility-scale solar plus storage, residential batteries, and EV charging equipment, to lower peak energy costs and deliver affordable, reliable, and sustainable electricity.
Kit Carson Electric Cooperative came to Camus Energy with a simple, yet ambitious goal: to enable safe and reliable operations with 100% daytime power supply from local solar.
Camus’ grid orchestration platform helped KCEC improve operational visibility by bringing together data from utility software systems, community-scale solar arrays, and rooftop solar installations into a comprehensive, real-time view. With AI-powered forecasting and visibility into voltage and power quality data, KCEC reached its 100% daytime solar goal in the summer of 2022, achieving $10 million in annual savings.
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