CA Energy Commission EPC-17-044 EE Marketplace Project
In a bid to accelerate the adoption of market-driven pay-for-performance (P4P) energy efficiency projects, InTech Energy has launched a multi-year, $7.2 million project to design, deploy, and demonstrate a vibrant online EE marketplace. This project was developed in collaboration with the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), Southern California Edison, Open Energy Efficiency (OpenEE), and site demonstration partners Cascade Energy, ASWB Engineering, Green EconoME, Bes-Tech, and others under the California Energy Commission’s Electric Program Investment Charge (EPIC) Program.
CA Energy Commission EPC-17-005 Solar+ Project
As a subcontractor to the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), InTech Energy is deploying a fully integrated Distributed Energy Resource (DER) solution with solar photovoltaic renewable energy, battery energy storage, and Enegy360® load management to achieve a cost-effective demand management solution for SMBs. The project site is the headquarters for the San Francisco Bay Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America, which is a multi-use facility with office, public assembly, and retail spaces located in a disadvantaged community. InTech’s full suite Energy360 monitoring and controls solution is being deployed to aggregate data from all DER technologies into one user-friendly application with automated demand management and stakeholder reporting.
CA Energy Commission EPC-15-085 Open DSRIP Project
As a subcontractor to the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), InTech Energy deployed the Open Demand Side Resource Integration Platform (Open DSRIP), a platform which collects real-time pricing data and publishes it for consumption by energy management systems and the growing community of IoT devices. Key features are simplified price messaging, including aggregation of high-priced periods into events, such that users or devices can make reasonable load management actions benefitting the customer and the grid.
Willdan Southern California Gas CEMTL Program
As a subcontractor to Willdan for the SoCalGas Comprehensive Energy Management Technology for Lodging (CEMTL) Program, InTech Energy is deploying our Energy360® monitoring and controls solution for small – medium lodging customers in Southern California. With an innovative pay-for-performance model and normalized metered energy consumption (NMEC) M&V, the program will leverage InTech’s Energy360® with key technologies such as boiler and HVAC controls to reduce gas energy consumption.