Cheaper Energy

Generation parity with fossils is already there in some markets, and is expanding

Where renewables are already cheaper, changing production to renewables does not need subsidies. Many wind and photovoltaic (PV) projects replace diesel electricity. Often production cost is reduced by two or more. Clearly, more renewables means cheaper energy here.

Existing solutions for these applications don't provide the benefits of Smart Grid 1.0 or 2.0. They are limited to better coordination of production and the addition of batteries. Resulting system costs limit economic renewable shares to well below 50%. Decentral generation and consumption management promises faster system conversion and substantial cost savings.

Easy Smart Grid has done substantial work on different aspects of improving traditional systems by integrating demand side flexibility. As a result, we can now offer components and proposals to migrate such systems to cleaner energy at lower cost