Australian energy software provider Evergen has collaborated with Japanese companies Sharing Energy and Sassor on a pilot project to develop distributed energy resources in Japan, including rooftop solar power systems and residential battery energy storage systems. After exploring how to best commercialize it, we will introduce our solar and battery optimization technology to Japan. .
Sydney-based energy technology software company Evergen has partnered with Japanese energy supply and management service provider Sharing Energy and energy service design firm Sassor to remotely manage the Tokyo Metropolitan Government’s distributed energy resources (DER). Accelerate efforts to validate technologies for commercialization. Headquarters Sharing Energy.
This tripartite partnership combines Evergen’s optimization technology and ability to coordinate virtual power plants (VPPs) through microgrids and demand response networks, Sassor’s resource aggregator system and the development of solar and battery storage systems. It combines Sharing Energy’s expertise in distribution.
Sharing Energy, which offers programs including rooftop solar and energy storage packages for Share Denki (power), is looking to expand its aggregation business to maximize the benefits associated with deploying renewable technologies.
The company said it expects Evergen to provide alerting, monitoring, fleet management, manual dispatch, reporting, site optimization, and application programming interface (API) control via its software platform.
Evergen says its technology enables digital optimization of the energy supply chain, maximizing the benefits of adopting renewable technologies such as solar and battery systems for residential and commercial use. The technology also enables fleet orchestration of batteries, generators and loads, allowing energy generators, retailers and distributors to use these systems as his VPP.
Sharing Energy said its partnership with Evergen and Sassor is expected to demonstrate the potential of community-based renewable energy to contribute to achieving both electricity security and carbon neutrality.
Kazuyuki Uemura, CEO of Sharing Energy, said the company will use the Evergen and Sassor learnings and He said he wants to bring in expertise.
“We are confident that this pilot project will demonstrate the potential of community-based renewable energy and pave the way for the wider adoption of similar projects in the future,” he said.
Using Evergen’s API and Sassor’s resource aggregator system, Sharing Energy will integrate and remotely control residential PV systems and household batteries, exploring the benefits of commercializing aggregation services such as demand response and VPP. increase.
Evergen Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director Ben Hutt said the partnership was “a good opportunity to showcase Australian technical excellence in the context of Japan”.
“We have a lot to offer Japan’s unique combination of high energy prices, advanced technology, government support, ambitious targets to increase renewable energy and DER management,” he said. He said.
There are high expectations for the aggregation business that utilizes DER to maintain the power supply and demand balance in Japan. The Japanese government aims to cut carbon emissions by 46% from he 2013 levels by 2030 and make renewable energy 36-38% of the country’s energy generation.
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