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Crouching Heater, Hidden Pool Pump

This article originally appeared in the May 2-18 issue of Strategies, the magazine of the Association of Energy Services Professionals (AESP.ORG). Crouching Heater, Hidden Pool Pump The unintended consequences of missing appliances when analyzing loads Utilities collect and analyze energy usage data for various purposes such as fine tuning load predictions, designing demand side management […]

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Consumer Wish List: Itemization

Modern utilities are undergoing a transformation: no longer are they thinking of their customer base as “ratepayers”; they are instead viewing them as consumers, and focusing on providing them with value-add services above and beyond the delivery of electrons. In light of this transformation, Bidgely surveyed 1000 consumers from across the US, asking them about […]

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Hitting the Right Note with Customers

As the old music saying goes, “the right note at the wrong time, is still the wrong note.”  To really strike a chord with customers, utilities need to focus both on content and delivery. That’s why, in addition to enabling utilities to provide valuable, personalized insights to their customers, we’re helping them communicate at the […]

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Reaching 100% of Homes

No smart meter? No problem! While we love smart meters, we recognize the challenges utilities face in rolling them out to customers. So, that got us thinking: How can utilities serve all their customers, regardless of meter type? Introducing: Universal Disaggregation. By leveraging machine learning, years of experience, and data from the millions of homes […]

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Australia’s United Energy Saw a 30% Peak Load Shift Without Hardware – Here’s How

United Energy (UE) is a leading utility company that owns, operates, and maintains a distribution network supplying energy to more than 640,000 customers in its service territory. During the summer months, they sought to reduce peak load among their residential customers but identifying cost-effective, scalable Demand Response methods to manage these events have proven challenging. […]

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