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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
Project Engineer
Rochester Metal Products

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Feb 20, 2015

Blog Images-DR scaleRevenue from demand response for the commercial and industrial sector is expected to reach nearly $40 billion by 2023, according to a recent Navigant Research report. We see automated DR driving that growth, particularly through participation in ancillary services markets.

As energy management technologies become more prevalent and embedded in equipment, and industrial plants become more energy savvy, embracing the Internet of Things to create facilities full of connected devices, businesses will have the capacity to take advantage of new programs. At the same time, optimal energy use is becoming an increasingly important sustainability initiative for manufacturing and commercial facilities. These trends are converging with larger grid factors, such as the need to balance renewable generation with demand and mandates to increase capacity without increasing pollution, to create a perfect moment for ADR.

Feb 13, 2015

Blog Images-DtechSoftware was the story at the giant DistribuTECH conference and exhibition held last week in San Diego.

The Feb. 3–5 event—the utility industry’s largest yearly gathering—had a decided slant toward companies and products aimed at helping utilities improve the customer experience, aggregate views of customers and loads, and manage the grid. That’s a shift from previous years, when transformers and other hardware dominated the show floor.

Jan 29, 2015

Blog Images-F&B MC 1Our ongoing assessment of advanced demand management software as a facility-level microgrid controller continues to yield evidence of significant benefits, both to enterprises operating microgrids and to the grid as a whole.

An earlier analysis revealed that on-site solar systems at two food and beverage facilities significantly increased the volatility of the facilities’ demand from the grid—and that Powerit’s Spara DM® system could shift enough peak demand to smooth the demand profile, resulting in substantial savings.   

Jan 29, 2015

Blog Images-openADROpenADR members will share their perspectives on innovative programs, solutions, and developer resources based on the OpenADR standard for automated demand response.

Jan 28, 2015

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Date: January 28, 2015
Sterling Fuels Limited 
3665 Russell Street 
Windsor, ON N9C 1E9 
Please join us for this excellent event presented by Mitsubishi Electric.
This seminar will provide and demonstrate the many strategies on how to reduce your energy consumption and saveONenergy programs that are available. The attending delegates will have various solutions to reduce your energy bills, improve your power quality and will present some case study presentations. 


Jan 20, 2015

Blog Images-2014 Q4 ReportRockwell Automation has helped a host of industrial organizations establish energy management programs and solutions. In the following Q&A, Patty Solberg, Powerit Solutions Director of Product Marketing asks Phil Kaufman, Rockwell Business Manager for the Power and Energy Management Product Group and Mary Burgoon, Rockwell Market Development Manager for Sustainable Production, Power Generation and Energy Management how manufacturers (or organizations) can facilitate these solutions; the role of automation and technology; the critical importance of communication– between employees, as well as between machines; and the significant cost reductions that result from the right kind of industrial energy management.

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