Oct 7

The Importance of Exhaustive Grid Monitoring for Distributed Energy Resources Management

What is DERM and What are its Goals EGM is one of only four companies worldwide that has been selected to participate in the Shell GameChangerTM Accelerator Powered by NREL (GCxN). Under this auspice EGM collaborates with NREL to evaluate the essentiality of EGM’s Smart Monitoring and Insight Generation System (Smart M&IG System) for Distributed […]

Sep 3

EGM solutions being presented at Metering India 2019 conference

EGM solutions being presented at Metering India 2019 conference, hosting some 500 industry executives. EGM grid monitoring solutions were presented at the event key note speech, delivered by Mr. Elad Shaviv, CEO of the Israeli Smart Energy Association,  as a case study for the evolution of grid and the migration from smart meters to a […]

Aug 11

Micro-Grids: Less Dependency, Higher Resiliency

In the previous post we described the growing phenomenon of extreme weather events, how they are becoming more frequent and more extreme, creating new and greater challenges for utilities companies. One of the ways to cope with extreme weather events, as we explained in depth last time, is to strengthen the grid. Another way is […]

Jul 31

Meta-Alert System: Damage Avoidance instead of Damage Control

Strengthening the Grid: Utilities’ Strategy to Cope with Extreme Weather Events Extreme weather events are no longer rare incidents that occur once in a blue moon. On the contrary, they are becoming more frequent in their occurrence and more extreme in their degree. Since the electricity grid is located in the open air on high […]

Jun 20

EGM Board Member James Lavin at the New England Conference Public Utility Commissioners Shark Tank Presentation

On the first week of June, 2019 Mr. James Lavin, EGM Board Member, attended the New England Conference Public Utility Commissioners Shark Tank (NECPUC). The NECPUC brought together regulators, utility companies, and various interest groups to a three-day conference in which topics such as water, telecommunications and electric utilities were discussed. On June 4th Mr. […]

Jun 11

Integrating Distributed Energy Resources: A Key Capability the Future of Smart Grid Should Have

Imagine a world where you drive your electric vehicle on your way to a family lunch at a nice restaurant, get to the place and notice your Electric Vehicle’s battery is running low. You open your mobile phone and with the help of a smartphone application you locate an EV charging station near you, park […]

May 25

EGM’s Meta-Alert System: Intelligent System, Smart Grid

Smart grid is a grid which includes inherent technological self-ability to monitor real time electricity traffic on the grid, identify and optimize the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity according to trends of demand from end-users. As the world is moving towards reliance on renewable energy, the need to have in place a digitalized grid […]

Apr 4

EGM Selected as a Member of the Inaugural Cohort of GCxN

On December 6, 2018 The Shell GameChangerTM Accelerator Powered by NREL (GCxN) announced that EGM has been selected as one of four companies to participate in the program’s inaugural cohort following an extensive selection process. EGM is one of only four companies selected globally. In its Press release, GCxN noted that EGM was selected for […]

Apr 1

EGM: Impact investment in impact technology

Impact Investing happens when capital owners invest their capital into companies that contribute to the greater good, thus having the fruits of their investment take shape not only in larger capital but also in promoting general welfare. The most common impact investment usually relates to environmental or social benefits that derive from the technology of […]

Mar 12

The Internet of Things reflects in the Meta-Alert System

The Internet of Things (IoT) has developed from a conceptual vision in the early nineties to unequivocal fact already in 2008-2009. In a nutshell, the IoT allows close system of devices to communicate with each other, exchange data, and order each other to perform a previously defined set of functions. When you think of it, […]