Energy Toolbase integrates Stem’s AI storage platform into its solar + storage design software

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Energy Toolbase sent word that its solar + storage design software now includes the services of Stem, Inc., the world leader in Artificial Intelligence (AI)-driven energy storage. With this integration, distributed energy providers can simulate project performance, analyze financial returns and develop sales proposals informed by Stem’s Athena AI platform and rich operating experience. This integration will facilitate increased energy storage deployments by streamlining the project development process.

The U.S. energy storage market is forecasted to grow rapidly over the coming years. According to Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables’ U.S. Energy Storage Monitor, total energy storage deployments will grow from 311 megawatts (MWs) in 2018 to 4,447 MW in 2024, more than doubling each year.

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The Energy Toolbase software platform specializes in the sales and analysis of solar and energy storage projects. Over 1,000 distributed energy companies nationwide use the application during the sales and development stage of their projects. Precisely calculating the savings and economics of behind-the-meter storage projects is highly technical. Energy Toolbase simplifies the complexity of modeling a customer’s unique energy use profile, utility rate schedule, net energy metering rules and incentive programs.

Energy Toolbase and Stem will co-host training opportunities to overview the functionality of their new integration. Register here to attend.

Get to know Stem

Stem’s AI platform, Athena, performs real-time energy optimization that reduces energy costs and enables customers to access additional market opportunities via Stem’s network. Stem has approximately 1,000 energy storage systems under contract across six U.S. states, Ontario, and Japan.

“Solar project developers that are seeking to add storage need real-world performance simulation and market economic expertise, backed by long experience across a range of markets, to accurately estimate their customers’ potential returns,” said Alan Russo, Stem’s Chief Revenue Officer. “Stem works to unlock new value from solar + storage by enhancing project economics, future-proofing against changing rates, and expanding sales opportunities. Moreover, these assets have the opportunity to participate in wholesale markets and utility programs, all orchestrated by our AI-driven software.”

Since 2012, Stem has captured data from its systems on a one-second basis to feed Stem’s predictive analytics, machine-learning, and grid-edge computing AI. Stem partners with the strongest names among solar providers across the U.S. to unlock new value from solar projects for their customers, backed by performance guarantees.


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