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EnergyHub adds Emporia to its EV platform

EnergyHub, a US provider of distributed energy resource management systems (DERMS), has partnered with Emporia, a US supplier of home energy products, to add the Emporia Level 2 EV Charger to EnergyHub’s platform, which is designed to enable utility customer participation in managed charging, behavioral charging and charging analytics programs. “We’re excited to roll out Emporia’s… Read more »

EnergyHub launches EV grid management solution for utilities

EnergyHub, a provider of distributed energy resource (DER) solutions for utilities, has announced a new grid management solution called EnergyHub EV, which is built on the core of EnergyHub’s Mercury DERMS platform. EnergyHub works with some 60 utilities to aggregate and manage more than 700,000 thermostats, EVs and chargers, water heaters, energy storage systems and… Read more »

EnergyHub partners with Potomac Edison to incentivize off-peak EV charging

EnergyHub, a provider of distributed energy resource (DER) solutions for utilities, is providing incentive management and secure data collection capabilities for Potomac Edison’s EV Driven charging station program. Potomac Edison, a subsidiary of FirstEnergy, serves about 270,000 customers in seven Maryland counties. EV Driven is a five-year pilot program that offers Potomac Edison customers rebates… Read more »

EnergyHub and Enel X partner to make EV charging available as a grid resource

Energy management specialist EnergyHub has partnered with charger manufacturer Enel X to expand the availability of smart charging stations as a flexible distributed energy resource (DER) for utilities. Utilities will now be able to manage customer-owned Enel X smart charging stations through EnergyHub’s Mercury DERMS platform. Enel X has over 60,000 consumer charging stations deployed… Read more »

EnergyHub gives utilities more flexibility to manage peaks, including direct control of EV charging

The electrification of transport is proceeding in parallel with a major restructuring of the electrical grid, and these trends interact with each other in several ways. As the grid transforms from a centralized model to a decentralized model, utilities are facing an entirely different set of technical challenges than those that existed a century ago,… Read more »

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