Pacific Controls provides advanced analytics and embedded intelligence from the building to the edge of the Smart Grid, using an End-to-End Building-to-Grid (B2G) Services platform which includes a fully integrated energy management system. This provides adaptive and dynamic energy-efficiency improvement, continuous commissioning, fault detection and diagnostics. It delivers energy optimization and integration with the Smart Grid to achieve increased comfort, safety, energy efficiency, and cost reduction. The Dynamic Energy Transaction Engine allows the platform to manage the complexity of energy market rule execution and match it with optimized building energy load controls. This creates energy capacity on-the-fly based on lowest energy cost; reduces carbon footprint, and increases grid reliability. Using this service removes the problems associated with obtaining these benefits for building owners and utility operators.
Building Portfolio Owners interested in increasing energy efficiency, while saving on their energy bill and improving reliability of supply, are daunted by technical and business contract complexity that is not core to their business. Figuring out the appropriate distributed energy and building control strategies, putting them into a system, integrating them into IT operations, and matching this system to energy market programs is difficult to setup and manage continuously over time. The service does this for them. Benefit: Reduce Energy Costs
Utility Operators must balance supply and demand with high levels of reliability. They not have the operational experience or the visibility into large customer energy management systems necessary to make use of demand response strategies. Neither are they set up to target dynamic capacity via aggregated demand response or to use customer sited distributed energy systems to meet reliability objectives. Most or all will continue to outsource this function to aggregators such as Pacific Controls or partner with them over time: Benefit: Reduce Asset Utilization Costs