Melbourne-based company GreenSync has been announced as one of thirty semi-finalists in the Australian Technologies Competition (ATC). GreenSync have been nominated for their PeakResponse™ and MicroEM™ products, which the ATC have described “reduce network, customer and generation peaks to provide energy optimisation and demand management”. There was tough competition, with the 128 initial entries into the competition jointly spending $225 million to date developing their technologies. The finalists for the competition will be announced in September 2015.
Thursday, February 23 2017
Frequent readers of our sister site, WattClarity, will have kept pace with the unfolding dramas stemming from a tight supply/demand balance in February 2017 – and in particular: Wednesday 8th February = load shedding at the end of the day…
Thursday, June 5 2014
GreenSync have been awarded a 2014 Victorian State iAward in the ‘Pioneer’ category. The award acknowledges GreenSync’s cloud-based PeakResponse™ system which “delivers network utilities and large energy users a holistic solution for managing peak electricity use.”
Monday, December 31 2012
Greensync discusses managing peak demand for energy networks as part of Australian Clean Technologies Competition 2012:
AZO Clean Tech have this interview Phil Bylthe, managing director of GreenSync in which they discuss managing peak demand for energy networks and the 2012 Australian Clean Technologies Competition.
Sunday, November 10 2013
Greensync has announced that it has entered into agreement with Ausgrid to administer the Ausgrid Dynamic Peak Rebate Program to it’s commercial, institutional, and industrial customers. “When called upon, customers will curtail energy use during dispatch periods, and are paid…