Updated: Jun 8
June 8, 2022 - The Electric Power Research Institute’s (EPRI) Incubatenergy® Labs program announced today the 15 early-stage startup companies that will conduct 20 accelerated technology demonstrations and deployment projects advancing decarbonization, electrification, and grid modernization as part of the 2022 Incubatenergy Labs Cohort. Extensible Energy is proud to be among this years cohort. Read more.
June 14, 2021 - Extensible Energy has received a $3.4 Million investment to scale its operations for load flexibility markets. The company will use the funds to scale its sales and operations, enabling more building owners to save on electricity costs through real-time optimized control. Read more.
February 1, 2021 – Silicon Valley Clean Energy (SVCE) has selected Extensible Energy and Community Energy Labs (CEL) for an SVCE Innovation Onramp grant. The pilot program will demonstrate how advanced load flexibility software can enable a solar-powered school to further reduce its current energy costs and optimize the design for a future energy storage project. Upon successful completion, the program can become a national model for solar schools wishing to increase utility savings and reduce the cost of becoming neighborhood resiliency centers. Read more.
September 14, 2020 - Extensible has released DemandEx for Microgrids. In its first microgrid installation, DemandEx optimizes and manages both on and off-grid loads, allowing businesses to keep both critical and selected non-critical loads powered during grid instability and blackouts. Read more.
January 13, 2020 - Extensible Energy Introduces DemandEx with HardCap™, a Demand Charge Elimination Feature for Small Commercial Solar Projects. DemandEx’s latest software update now includes HardCap™, a feature that allows small commercial solar buildings to cap demand spikes and qualify for a lower-cost utility rate. Read more.
October 28, 2019 - Extensible Energy Introduces Extensible Plus, a Demand Charge Management Training and Dealer Program for Commercial Solar Plus Contractors. Extensible Plus offers free solar project assessments, commercial leads, and trains commercial “solar plus” contractors how to evaluate and install demand charge management software. Read more.
September 9, 2019 - Extensible Energy Launches a “Virtual Battery” Software that Reduces Demand Charges and Increases ROI for Commercial Solar. DemandEx™ software analyzes solar production, utility rates and flexible loads, then intelligently reduces peak demand charges by 30%. No storage required. Read more.