CALM Energy Teams to Submit Proposal for DOE Smart Grid Demonstration Stimulus Funding

Partners with Consolidated Edison, Inc., Columbia University, The Prosser Group, and Others to Develop and Demonstrate a Smart Grid for New York City.

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Rockaway Park, NY (PRWEB) August 31, 2009

CALM Energy, Inc. announced today that it is partnered with Consolidated Edison, Inc., Columbia University, The Prosser Group, and other energy experts in filing for smart grid stimulus funds from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). Con Edison leads the team requesting approximately $46 million to help fund smart grid demonstration projects in the New York and New Jersey areas.

"By creating the smart grid through an integrated 'transmission to distribution to customer' foundation of information and intelligence," according to CALM Energy's CEO John Johnson, "utilities and consumers will have enhanced visibility and control over managing energy usage, reliability, and cost."

CALM Energy, Inc. is leading the following aspects of the proposed demonstration:

  •     Risk management for smart grid operations using machine learning.
  •     Intelligent decision aids for integrated transmission and distribution systems.
  •     Behavioral analytics to support intelligent demand-side management.

About CALM Energy:
CALM Energy enables utilities to develop smart grid capabilities through the deployment of software technologies based on Computer-Aided Lean Management (CALM). For more information go to http://www.calmenergyinc.com.

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