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Powerit Solutions provided our business with a system that controls our electrical demand very well and they were able to meet our tight delivery requirements at a competitive cost.

Doug Smith
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Rochester Metal Products

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Dec 10, 2014

Charts/Graphs-spara hub diagramWhat’s the key to taking full advantage of the smart grid? “Driving intelligence into the production and consumption of energy at the factory level,” said Patty Solberg, Powerit Solutions’ director of product marketing, speaking last month at the Rockwell Automation Fair in Anaheim, Calif. 


Dec 4, 2014

Blog Images-solar panelArticle appeared first in PennEnergy

By Rob Day, Black Coral Capital, and Kevin Klustner, Powerit Solutions

For a long time, industrial companies have represented a highly variable and difficult to manage set of customers for utilities. Industrial plants and facilities can have big shifts in loads, and, as a result, utilities always must keep capacity readily available. That’s why this business relationship and pricing model traditionally has involved relatively low costs on a per-kilowatt-hour basis, plus additional "capacity charges."

The connections between the industrial sector and the utility industry will become increasingly complex and even more variable.

 


Dec 3, 2014

Charts/Graphs-Demand Response Powerit smallThe resounding message of the Peak Load Management Alliance fall conference in Philadelphia earlier this month was that demand response (DR) is a more valuable resource than ever—and the market structure may change significantly, making opportunities for industrial users a moving target.

There was general frustration at the conference with the court ruling that invalidated Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Order 745, issued in 2011 to put DR on the same playing field as generation resources. But the consensus was that DR is not going away. Instead, the action is likely to shift to programs defined at the state level and run through utilities. 


Nov 26, 2014

Blog Images-2014 Q4 ReportWe’re thrilled to release our fall quarterly corporate report. In it, you’ll come across some of the most useful insights from our industry’s best and brightest thought leaders.


Nov 25, 2014

Blog Images-2540As part of our mission to make optimal energy use effortless and universal, Powerit Solutions has published the Electrical Demand Automation System Software specification. The new tool gives building contractors, engineering firms, energy services companies, and others a standardized way to specify, evaluate, and develop demand management systems.

Introduced Nov. 19 at Automation Fair 2014, the specification draws on Powerit’s shop-floor experience as an automated demand management pioneer, distilling lessons learned at industrial facilities in the U.S. and around the world. It defines the critical components a facility needs to have best-in-class demand management.


Nov 20, 2014

Charts/Graphs-Demand Response Powerit smallThe recent Demand Response World Forum in Orange County, Calif., provided a snapshot of global activity, from hydro-based frequency regulation in Sweden and direct load control of hot-water heaters in France to Schneider Electric’s virtual power plants and a bid to use capacity stored in electric vehicles as a demand response (DR) resource in California. What tied it all together? Chris Villarreal, a senior regulatory analyst at the California Public Utilities Commission, captured the event’s overarching theme when he said the best way to get DR to scale is to enable customers to respond to price.


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