Our Integrated Microgrid as a Service (iMaaS) platform enables communities to optimise district-wide energy activities and transactions. This incorporates machine learning from data points across the entire energy generation, storage, heating, transportation and consumption lifecycle. The development of an open integration bus (OIB) for speedy incorporation of a large cross-section of third-party equipment allows for participation of microgrid networks and electric vehicle infrastructure within the national grid infrastructure. Evolving a neural-network of interconnected appliances, vehicles, microgrids and mesh networks allows application of optimisation algorithms from end consumer to national and Government infrastructure. Overall, strategic rationality and sustainability is provided by the close connection with impact, data and business model management approaches.
Our Electric Vehicle Operating System (EVOS) supports EV fleet operators and charging infrastructure providers via a single point of billing, data collection and validation. This offers major advantages to service providers, vehicle operators and end users, as a single point of billing can be offered to incorporate vehicle leasing, energy use and insurance costs. Built into the platform is the capability to report on battery condition, status of charge, and charge from locally generated clean energy. Validation and billing for EV to Grid, providing revenue generation opportunities to all stakeholders in the vehicle lease supply chain is possible.
Power Transition's advanced analytics capability, is able to collect and analyse and report on a wide range of data streams in real time. It is possible to provide robust verified reporting mechanisms to fulfil national and international objectives such as; the UN Sustainability Goals (SDGs), Taxation, Operational State of Equipment (such as mechanical devices) and Health and Lifestyle Choices. Power Transition will work with other decentralised application (DApp) developers to produce plug in's to provide 3rd party service offerings.
Automated smart contracts and digital signatures are tools built into the Power Transition platform to guarantee all conditions of a transaction are honoured before settlement can take place. This is important especially when significant amounts are involved.
Our smart contracts are built using open, fully portable software call Solidity and can be used across multiple supporting networks. Contracts and e-Signatures can be easily customised for different types of exchanges and counterparties, which means both time and cost are saved, and unnecessary human intervention eliminated.
Power Transition will work with energy service providers to develop robust and secure validation and billing services. In a world of changing energy demands and increasingly intermittent sources of supply, Power Transition is able to provide real time, time of use dynamic billing services. This provides end customers with the opportunity to cut bills and use energy more wisely, whilst helping network operators balance supply by more accurately managing demand. Our dynamic billing services also provides consumers at the domestic level the opportunity to participate in grid balancing, demand response and firm frequency response events. Participants can gain additional revenue and are enabling a dynamic grid infrastructure to be developed.
We work with other micro-grid developers, the EV supply chain and support DNO's and energy generators and storage companies to enhance their products and provide a value add to their service. As experts in the field we can provide advice to optimise your service offer, streamline and cut costs, adding value to every part of the supply chain and ultimately providing a better and more affordable service to your end customers.