New Milford, CT / Feb 07, 2014 / http://www.myprgenie.com/ Demansys Energy LLC, a cutting-edge, smart grid company, announced today that it has been named a 2014 Company to Watch by Smart Grid News. Based on thousands of votes cast from readers around the world, Demansys was selected as one of only 14 companies named to the annual list.
“Since its inception, Demansys has been committed to bringing a level of innovation to the smart grid that will improve grid reliability and efficiency while generating economic benefits for our customers,” said Jeff Lines, CEO of Demansys. “This acknowledgement by Smart Grid News underscores our focus on excellence. We are delighted to be included in this elite group of companies.”
Demansys Energy harnesses the inherent ability of a company’s power-intensive equipment to participate in the frequency regulation and reserves markets using smart grid technology. Managing energy assets in real time, while removing the requirement for human intervention, the Demansys Grid Daemon Platform adjusts the energy usage of commonly-used equipment and storage resources, without negatively affecting process or product, to respond to the requirements of the grid operator. The company also provides a 24?7 Network Operations Center and an interactive customer portal through which schedules and unexpected facility conditions can be managed.
“The Smart Grid News annual Smart Grid Companies to Watch competition is now in its fifth year and the group of nominees included some of the strongest we have seen,” said Doug Peeples, editor. “Companies being named to the list, such as Demansys, are truly smart grid superstars.”
Demansys Energy develops smart grid technology to better manage electrical grids. The company provides a turnkey solution for advanced control of energy consumption, distributed generation, and storage resources, which creates additional revenue streams for end-use customers, as well as reliability products for utilities and grid operators. The Demansys Grid Daemon Platform was developed to continuously communicate with system operators and Demansys customers to seamlessly control demand-side energy resources and storage systems in real-time, using sophisticated proprietary algorithms. For more information, visit http://www.demansys.com/.
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