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Using energy technology to balance the grid | Podcast

Discussing the challenges of rising costs and the unreliability of an aging infrastructure

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Power grids across the world are under huge strain, as communities and businesses struggle to keep up with costs and the unreliability of an aging infrastructure.  

We’re seeing it now in the UK as the National Grid warns of planned blackouts throughout the country. While in the US, electricity companies prepare for the winter with an unreliable grid. But how can energy users help restore balance and maintain the grid without breaking the bank? 

On this episode of The Interchange Recharged, host David Banmiller is joined by the Senior Vice President of GridBeyond, Wayne Muncaster. 

Companies are always looking for new technologies that will keep their energy costs low, while ensuring they have power when they need it. GridBeyond is doing just that. A leader in intelligent energy technology, they are focused on providing industrial customers with real-time solutions to manage every aspect of the energy transition including resiliency and integration of battery storage.  

Listen as we discuss the challenges that arise from an aging grid, the uncertainty around energy security and look at how companies can transform energy into opportunity.  

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