In September, a record setting heat wave in California led the state system operator (CAISO) to ask consumers to curtail EV charging in an effort to prevent grid failure. A week earlier, the governor of California announced that only EVs would be sold in the state by 2035.
We have a lot of electrification coming onto the grid, and the question on everyone's mind is whether the grid can sustain all of these additional loads?
The answer relies on how well utilities engage their customers.
In this 2-minute, ungated video Bidgely's Jordana Temlock shares how AI-based energy intelligence can give utilities the insights and tools needed to be ready for customer-centered electrification load management.