Bringing Intelligence to Distributed Energy Storage & Management. For commercial and industrial building owners, energy storage promises to lower utility bills, improve power quality and reliability, decrease carbon footprints, simplify the integration of onsite renewable solar and wind generation, and add electric vehicle charging stations. In effect, intelligent energy storage helps give any organization control over its energy destiny. For utilities, energy storage makes it possible to integrate more generation from intermittent renewable sources, mitigate peaks and valleys in demand curves, reduce stress on the transmission and distribution infrastructure, and accommodate growth in electric vehicles, all while enhancing the grid's stability. Demand Energy's Joule.System, provides what distributed energy storage has long been missing: the intelligence, big data analytics and simplicity of management needed to deliver these and other benefits, and by doing so, to revolutionize the way electricity is generated and consumed.
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Type
Private
HQ
Liberty Lake, US
Founded
2008
Size (employees)
38 (est)-5%
Demand Energy Networks was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Liberty Lake, US
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Key People/Management at Demand Energy Networks

Gregg Patterson

Gregg Patterson

CEO, President
Shane Johnson

Shane Johnson

Vice President of Customer Services

Demand Energy Networks Office Locations

Demand Energy Networks has offices in San Diego, New York, Andover, Bend and in 1 other location
Liberty Lake, US (HQ)
102 24001 E Mission Ave
Andover, US
300 100 Brickstone Square
Bend, US
107 1011 SW Emkay Dr
Liberty Lake, US
24001 E Mission Ave
New York, US
315 W 36th St
San Diego, US
475 3636 Nobel Dr
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Demand Energy Networks Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2008

Total Funding

$5.2 m
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