Post Tagged with: "Extensible Energy"

Load management software DemandEx now integrates with microgrid controllers, reduces need to rewire

Load management software DemandEx now integrates with microgrid controllers, reduces need to rewire

September 15, 2020 at 11:14 am Comments are Disabled

Extensible Energy has released a version of its DemandEx load flexibility software for Microgrids — it will integrate with a microgrid controller to manage and optimize energy usage when off-grid or on-grid. With DemandEx for Microgrids, businesses can move beyond the traditional critical loads panel and utilize dynamic, intelligent softwareRead More

Load Profiles: How different storage systems, microgrid controllers fit specific C&I sites

Load Profiles: How different storage systems, microgrid controllers fit specific C&I sites

September 10, 2020 at 8:00 am Comments are Disabled

This section originally appeared in the Summer 2020 issue of Solar Builder. Subscribe today (print or digital) for free right here. Church Load profile: This church in Bakersfield, Calif., is actually multiple facilities. It has two sanctuaries, a gymnasium, offices and classrooms. While certain small areas are occupied intermittently duringRead More

Extensible Energy tells us how to reduce commercial demand charges with just solar (no batteries)

Extensible Energy tells us how to reduce commercial demand charges with just solar (no batteries)

April 24, 2020 at 10:25 am Comments are Disabled

Solar PV systems for commercial buildings seem like a no-brainer considering the roof space, but growth has been slow in this segment in part because solar on its own doesn’t solve a commercial building’s biggest energy cost: monthly demand charges. Solving for demand charges usually means coupling the solar withRead More

Eliminate small commercial demand charges with just solar and Extensible’s new HardCap feature

Eliminate small commercial demand charges with just solar and Extensible’s new HardCap feature

January 15, 2020 at 10:58 am Comments are Disabled

Extensible Energy has released new features for DemandEx, its demand charge reduction software that works without energy storage. The most notable improvement is HardCap, an intelligent algorithm that automatically blocks demand spikes over a pre-set kilowatt level. When enabled, HardCap allows small solar PV buildings to limit demand spikes andRead More

Extensible Energy launches demand charge reduction training and sales tool for solar installers

Extensible Energy launches demand charge reduction training and sales tool for solar installers

October 30, 2019 at 1:06 pm Comments are Disabled

Extensible Energy has launched a new partner reseller and training program for installers that are expanding into energy storage and efficiency services. Dubbed Extensible Plus, this new platform trains commercial sales and installation professionals on the sales, marketing and technical installation of DemandEx, Extensible Energy’s demand charge reduction software. “TheRead More

Watt’s Next? A crowd-sourced collection of ideas, innovations and inquiries for the Solar+ Decade

Watt’s Next? A crowd-sourced collection of ideas, innovations and inquiries for the Solar+ Decade

September 19, 2019 at 2:51 pm Comments are Disabled

It’s gonna break my heart to see it blown to bits. That’s the refrain of the best song of 2019, “Blown to Bits” by Charly Bliss — a catchy rumination on the state of the world right now. It was playing in my headphones as I put this section togetherRead More

Extensible Energy’s DemandEx software looks to reduce demand charges via solar system production alone

Extensible Energy’s DemandEx software looks to reduce demand charges via solar system production alone

September 10, 2019 at 10:55 am 1 comment

Extensible Energy is billing its new software as a service (SaaS) solution, DemandEx, as a “virtual battery” — an inexpensive alternative to commercial storage as a method for reducing demand charges and increasing ROI for commercial solar projects. Extensible says DemandEx easily integrates into new or existing commercial solar systemsRead More

Context Clues: Know where to find the value when selling commercial solar solutions

Context Clues: Know where to find the value when selling commercial solar solutions

March 20, 2018 at 10:52 am Comments are Disabled

Land in any airport, and the view tells the story. Commercial buildings with fresh paint and no solar panels on them yet. Residential customers may commit to solar for a variety of personal and ethical reasons, but nonresidential property owners tend toward the pragmatic. They make business decisions based onRead More