Load control as defined by utilities is the ability to remotely switch consumer loads to meet business objectives. Utilities have long used load control technology, at least to some extent, to shed load to ensure grid reliability and defer capital investment.
 AMI for real and apparent water losses

The expanding implementation of distributed energy resources in all utility segments (IOU, municipal, and cooperative) has created new challenges in balancing the grid that make the case for load control more compelling.​

 

​​​​​​Find out which technologies will best your utility’s intended applications both now and into the future.
 

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