EnSync, Inc. , dba EnSync Energy Systems, a leading developer of innovative energy management systems for the utility, commercial, industrial and multi-tenant building markets, today announced they will be demonstrating the Matrix Energy Management™ platform's ability to offer electricity supply response on demand at the InterSolar North America conference in San Francisco, July 12 through 14.
EnSync's Matrix platform is a differentiated technology for easily integrating and controlling distributed energy resources, such as solar and storage, with great potential value in leveraging those assets as a controllable, on-demand energy source. The ability to accept an emulated utility signal and return the requested complex power to the grid will be featured through technology situated in EnSync's Wisconsin headquarters and in real-time via a demonstration at the Moscone Center. A fixed amount of positive or negative kilowatts (real power) and VAR (reactive power) commands will be sent for an exact period of time, demonstrating the ability of the Matrix system to complete energy transactions at costs less than typical generation and ancillary equipment.
"Our Matrix Energy Management platform provides the ability to source the most cost-effective and reliable electricity from all available sources, prioritizing in real time electricity from the grid, from distributed generation and from energy storage," said Brad Hansen, President and CEO of EnSync Energy Systems. "Supply response on demand furthers the significance of distributed energy resources, and provides utilities the resources to help resolve numerous grid support issues."
Additionally, EnSync and Open Access Technologies International (OATI) recently announced a strategic alliance that brings together decades of experience to provide utilities with a seamless distributed energy resource and management solution for improved system reliability and economics. As part of this partnership, EnSync is siting the Matrix Energy Management™ platform on OATI's new South Campus, as well as evolving a joint sales and marketing effort to address OATI's expansive utility customer base.