Energy storage is an important issue to address to provide better grid stability, and therefore more reliable power. But solving this issue could cost the federal government millions of dollars. Or not.
Green Charge Networks says it’s come up with a solution to address grid storage challenges by bringing the public and private sectors together. We spoke with the company’s CEO Vic Shao to learn how his company will use Department Of Energy funding to develop agreements that help businesses cut their electricity bills by using a combination of energy storage and predictive algorithms. Green Charge Networks has already signed power efficiency agreements with major customers like 7-Eleven, Walgreens, office buildings, community colleges and municipalities. Listen to the full interview to learn more.
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