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GridBeyond named among the top ten best innovators by Darcy Partners 

GridBeyond is among the top 10 innovators on the Darcy Partners platform under DER management and operationalizing DERs for grid management category.  

GridBeyond was chosen for its strong track record in managing DER’s across Europe, Australia,Japan, and North America, and for supporting customers’ progress towards their decarbonization and electrification goals. GridBeyond excels in operationalizing and optimizing DERs for revenue and savings, while facilitating increased integration of renewables into the energy system. 

Following the acquisition of US company Veritone Business Energy Inc. in Summer 2023, GridBeyond has launched a suite of new products including: ‘Baseline’ for monitoring and visualizing site and organization-wide energy consumption and associated emissions in real-time; ‘Designer’ , which leverages AI to optimize prospective energy investments for profitability and sustainability; Managed Battery as a Service for battery energy storage monetization with real-time market optimization; ‘Forecaster’, which gives businesses the ability to manage risks and increase revenues; and ‘Bid Optimizer’ a software for energy storage operators and merchant generators that eliminates guesswork from energy bid optimization and maximizes profitability. 

GridBeyond Sales Director Alden Phinney said: 

“We are proud to be named among the top innovators by Darcy Partners. GridBeyond works constantly to help businesses to achieve their net zero goals and support the decarbonization of the grid with innovative products and services. We are particularly proud of our new suite of software products able to scale our data science acumen across multiple markets and contribute to a resilient and clean energy transition.” 

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