Revolutionizing Energy Consumption: The Reversed Duck Curve

Jan 10, 2024

Today, I'm conducting a customer check and am compelled to share an insightful revelation in energy management—another reversed duck curve. It's a term that, until recently, was more theoretical than practical in our field. The duck curve traditionally illustrates the discrepancy between peak demand and renewable energy production. However, what we've achieved flips the script, transforming the energy landscape for our customers.

December, known for its festive lights and soaring energy bills, has witnessed a profound shift. By inverting the duck curve, we've not only aligned consumption with more sustainable patterns but also realized substantial cost savings. Imagine, during one of the most energy-intensive months, slashing your energy bill by over 50%. That's not just a saving; it's a transformation.

Energy profile graph kWh load vs time of day for November and December
Average Daily Load

This graph represents the crux of our efforts. It's a testament to the precision of our AI Battery Management Model and the efficacy of our Local IoT Control, which together, have optimized energy consumption patterns for the better. It's no longer just about reducing costs; it's about augmenting energy sovereignty and contributing to a more secure grid.

Our approach is simple yet revolutionary. We collect granular data, employ advanced AI algorithms, and implement in a seamless manner for our clients to achieve these impressive savings without needing to become energy market experts.

For our customer highlighted today, the results speak volumes. The spike in the graph isn't an anomaly; it's a strategic move to harness energy at the most opportune moments, reducing strain on the grid and our customer's wallet in one fell swoop.

As we progress, this curve isn't just a graph; it's a new narrative in energy consumption—a narrative where efficiency and savings go hand in hand with the transition to cleaner, smarter energy solutions.

Stay tuned for more updates on how we're turning the tide on traditional energy use and setting new benchmarks for savings and sustainability.