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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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Aug 25, 2015

Date:  August 26–27, 2015

Location: Red Lion Woodlake and Conference Center

500 Leisure Ln.
Sacramento, CA 95815

Take advantage of automation expertise from Rockwell Automation and their PartnerNetwork­™ providing you with a comprehensive set of industry leaders in distribution, systems integration machine building and complementary technologies.

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Aug 24, 2015

Email-rockwellPowerit has been participating as an Encompass Partner in the ongoing Rockwell Automation on the Move series of customer education events, and we’ve been struck by the company’s commitment to moving the Internet of Things ahead.

The industrial sector is in the early stages of connecting machines to the IoT, but forward-looking equipment manufacturers are already incorporating built-in communication capabilities such as CIP Energy, a standard based on the Common Industrial Protocol (CIP™) that provides a common command interface and a network-visible data structure. 

These manufacturers realize that by providing connectivity and energy intelligence, they can reduce the total cost of ownership of their equipment and help their customers optimize operations at the same time.


Aug 20, 2015

Blog Images-Micro AugIn a recent conversation on how microgrids can help create a more resilient power system, Powerit CEO Kevin Klustner, Black Coral Capital Partner Rob Day, Sunverge CEO Ken Munson, and the UW Clean Energy Institute Director Dan Schwartz, covered the topic of microgrid innovation. We posed the question:

What is the area that requires the most innovation for the microgrid?


Aug 19, 2015

Blog Images-2015 Summer QRWe've been publishing our quarterly corporate report for more than a year, and the objective has always been keeping you up to date with the latest industry trends and analysis while bringing you the latest innovative news from Powerit Solutions.

This fifth installment of our report is no different.


Aug 18, 2015

Blog Images-2015 RAOTM boothDate: August 19–20, 2015

Location:

Arizona Grand Ressort

8000 Arizona Grand Pkwy.
Phoenix, AZ 85044

Take advantage of automation expertise from Rockwell Automation and their PartnerNetwork­™ providing you with a comprehensive set of industry leaders in distribution, systems integration machine building and complementary technologies.

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Aug 17, 2015

As the California Public Utilities Commission weighs a controversial decision on PG&E’s volumetric rate for smaller commercial customers, two things are clear: it’s increasingly risky to base on-site solar economics on favorable utility rate structures, and commercial facilities that can balance the volatility of their solar generation on-site will have the greatest control over energy costs.

The CPUC is deciding how to change PG&E’s A-6 tariff, which, unlike most California commercial rates, is based solely on energy consumption. The tariff imposes higher rates during peak periods, but doesn’t impose any demand charges. The A-6 has been available to facilities with average power consumption of up to 500 kW over a three-month period, a profile that matches a broad swath of commercial buildings, campuses, government agencies and small industrial sites. Solar output tends to be at its height during peak periods, so the economics of solar for these facilities—which get paid market rates for any excess power they produce—have been quite favorable.


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