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Battery Energy Storage System Uses AI to Lower Energy Bills and Provide Utility Grid Services

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December 6, 2018 -- Peak Power Inc., a leading energy services provider, announced today that it has successfully completed the installation of 375 kW / 940 kWh of battery energy storage with GHP Realty, a division of Houlihan-Parnes Realtors, LLC, at their headquarters at 4 West Red Oak Lane, White Plains, New York. This project was funded in part through an incentive from a Con Edison Energy Efficiency program.

The project represents one of the largest energy storage installations in a commercial building in New York. It features Lockheed Martin's Gridstar 2.0 energy storage technology, paired with Peak Power's intelligent software platform, SynergyTM. The SynergyTM software optimizes the operation of distributed energy assets such as battery energy storage, electric vehicles, and solar. It forecasts moments of peak demand on the grid through the use of Big Data and Machine Learning, a form of Artificial Intelligence. This project also utilizes Peak Power's Building Insight Platform, which uses internet-embedded sensors within the building as part of a comprehensive energy management system.

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