Josh: In the past, the grid involved a predictable, one-way power flow. But today, it’s connected to millions of energy sources — some of which are controllable and predictable, some of which are not. To handle all this complexity, you can’t rely on traditional grid management.
The modern grid also features an expanding network of utility systems, customer systems, behind the meter systems, virtual power plants, wholesale markets — the list goes on.
We need a coordinated, intelligent way to make these systems work together.