Connected Energy Wins Gov. Bid

July 1, 2003 [] Connected Energy has won a competitively bid Phase 1 cooperative agreement from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). The project is a 6-month effort to demonstrate web-based communication and control protocols that apply across multiple types of distributed energy equipment, including fuel cells and internal combustion engine generation systems. The technology to support this project, COMSYS, originated in 1998 to solve the problem of monitoring, controlling, servicing, and billing of energy assets across a large number of unmanned sites located anywhere in the world.


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