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A sign of the Times

May, 2018 

Grid Edge was delighted to be included in this Raconteur Special Report on 'AI for Business' for the Times newspaper. There is no doubt that AI and data are already transforming many industries and busienss models, but what does this mean for the energy sector?

Read the report and find out:

https://raconteur.uberflip.com/i/985265-ai-for-business-special-report-2018


 
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Making flexibility work for building operators

April, 2018

Grid Edge has been recognised as one of the successful finalists from EDF Energy's Blue Lab Challenge. Our game-changing collaboration with EDF Energy seeks to explore new ways to empower commercial energy consumers through predictive-AI and enable them to co-create value with their supplier. 

Find out more at: 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/sustainable-energy-innovation/edf-energy-pulse-awards-2018-finalists/ 

 

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Making a splash in Cannes

February, 2018

An international trip for the Grid Edge team, as we were recognised as a finalist at the MIPIM Global PropTech Awards for Start Ups. It was great to meet the other fantastic finalists who are bringing innovation to the property industry and a wonderful opportunity to share our vision of empowering building energy consumers with AI on the international stage.  And a funky award trophy too!


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A new frontier on the Auto-Grid-Edge

February, 2018

Grid Edge is pleased to announce that we will be joining forces with Nortech Management, Bytesnap and Aston University as part of a £1million collaborative R&D project to develop and demonstrate a new communication and control platform for Vehicle-to-Grid / Building (V2G / V2B) systems that ensures distribution network voltage and/or thermal limits are not breached . The project - VIGIL - has been part-funded by the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) and the department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), in partnership with Innovate UK. The project will also investigate the impact of charging/discharging and power quality issues on battery performance. 

 


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 tOM ANDERSON (LEFT) AND JIM SCOTT (CENTRE) from grid edge PICK UP THE AWARD FROM silicon canal's Simon jennings

tOM ANDERSON (LEFT) AND JIM SCOTT (CENTRE) from grid edge PICK UP THE AWARD FROM silicon canal's Simon jennings

Grid Edge wins 'Best Start Up' at 2016 Silicon Canal Tech Awards 

December, 2016

"We are delighted to have won the ‘Best Start-Up’ Award at the 2016 Silicon Canal Tech Awards, held at Boxxed, Birmingham on Thursday 3rd November.

Winning this award really caps off an incredible year for Grid Edge. We founded Grid Edge because we saw that poor energy management was costing building owners more than £4billion per year. And it’s a problem that’s getting worse. Building owners not only face the prospect of rising energy costs but they also need to respond to the changing technical environment they find themselves in. We call this problem “buildings behaving badly!” But of course it doesn’t have to be this way. Our Artificial Intelligence software works in harmony with a building’s existing energy management system and provides a bolt-on solution to intelligently control and optimise complex building energy loads.

We proud to be part of Birmingham’s fast-growing tech scene and delighted to be recognised by our industry peers in this way.”

The 2016 Silicon Canal Tech Awards, organised by Silicon Canal, celebrate the best technology companies in Birmingham. Silicon Canal is a not-for-profit organisation with the aim of building a bigger, stronger tech ecosystem for Greater Birmingham.