Smart Device Management Software To Help Shift Energy Damand

Packetized Energy, a leading developer of software systems and smart devices that help the electricity industry flexibly manage electricity demand, is promised $2 million in prime contractor funding from the California Energy Commission under their BRIDGE (Bringing Rapid Innovation Development to Green Energy) program. The award will fund the deployment and connection of 7,000 new and existing smart energy devices to Packetized Energy’s Nimble platform, enabling a combined 4 megawatts (MW) of grid flexibility.

The project will create one of the largest distributed energy resource (DER) aggregation networks from California’s residential devices. Read more about this exciting win.

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Kern County Prepares For A Green Economy & Workforce

The California Workforce Development Board announced its intention to award a $2-million High Road Training Partnership (HRTP) grant to the Kern Community College District (KCCD).  During the project, KCCD will convene workgroups focused on economic and workforce...

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CALSTART To Develop Zero-Emission Vehicle Incentive Program

On December 16, 2020, the California Energy Commission’s (CEC) Clean Transportation Program announced that it was awarding $50 million in block grant funds to CALSTART, the state’s leading organization dedicated to the commercialization and deployment of medium- and heavy-duty (MHD) zero-emission transportation technologies. CALSTART submitted the top-scoring proposal under the CEC’s GFO-20-603.

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