The rising tide of EV adoption poses a critical challenge for grid operators: how to identify the right level of equipment upgrades to balance reliability and affordability. Learn three actions every utility can take to more confidently plan for the impacts of EV adoption.
Hear how utilities can bolster affordability without sacrificing reliability thanks to customer-owned resources. The second installment of our series: The Top 5 Challenges Facing Distribution Utilities.
For folks new to the utility industry or new to thinking about these systems, we’ve put together a glossary of the most common acronyms for electric utility software systems.
Orchestrating flexible member-owned devices can save co-ops millions through capacity management, peak shaving, and wholesale power supply flexibility. But how can G&Ts work with their distribution co-ops to unlock that value?
Camus Energy helps grid operators understand where and how to use local resources to deliver safe, reliable, and affordable power through simple, orchestrative control. But what does that actually mean?
“Distribution System Operator” (DSO) refers to an emerging model for how electricity is delivered to (and increasingly provided by) local residents and businesses.