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© 2011 REGEN Energy Inc EnviroGrid ™ Energy Management Naturally ™ Take your world by swarm™
© 2011 REGEN Energy Inc Reduces monthly peak demand charges by automatically balancing large electrical loads Demand Management Ensures loads only operate as much as required – and do not run off-hours Scheduling Simplifies participation in utility Demand Response programs Demand Response Identifies electrical loads running inefficiently, drawing either too much or too little power to function properly Continuous Commissioning EnviroGrid’s reduces energy usage and costs for a wide span of buildings
© 2011 REGEN Energy Inc The inspiration for EnviroGrid’s Swarm Logic Insects with simple brains Decisions based on environment Emergent Swarm Behaviour Hive Survival P HEROMONE TRAILS F ORAGING, DEFENSE, NEST MAINTENANCE A CHIEVEMENT OF H IVE G OALS S USTAINABILITY
© 2011 REGEN Energy Inc EnviroGrid Customer Portal EnviroGrid Server EnviroGrid Server EnviroGrid Web 2.0 APIs HVAC Using a ZigBee network, controllers allow electrical loads to “talk to each other” in a swarm Each controller makes a decision every few minutes to ensure the most efficient use of energy Controllers broadcast power readings to each other every 2 minutes Controllers and monitored and adjusted via a web based portal A Gateway provides 2- way Internet communications without the need to access the site’s IP network. Power readings and controller decisions are uploaded to the Server every 5 minutes. HVAC
© 2011 REGEN Energy Inc Unnecessarily high peaks Smooth loads on a 7x24 basis “Dial down” loads to alleviate grid stress Distributed Intelligence enables DM & any DR program 1:001:451:151:302:00 E NERGY D EMAND 600 KW U NCONTROLLED P EAK 1:001:451:151:302:00 E NERGY D EMAND 400 KW R EGEN C ONTROLLED P EAK 1:001:451:151:302:00 E NERGY D EMAND 200 KW D EMAND R ESPONSE
© 2011 REGEN Energy Inc EnviroGrid “dials down” duty cycles Maintains occupant comfort better than t-stat setback Eliminates DR rebound Provides improved fault resilience over BAS Using swarm logic for Demand Response provides peak reduction while minimizing impact on comfort T-stat rebound Immediate increase EnviroGrid DR Thermostat Setback Power InteriorTemp./Humidity
© 2011 REGEN Energy Inc The EnviroGrid Portal provides easy, simple access to a broad range of users Web-based portal No software installation required Secure Control Site-level permissions Allow view only or manager roles Scheduling Ability to group loads per zone Schedule load duty cycles for recurring or one-time events Analytics View real-time or historical load profiles, even across portfolios of sites Can export as spreadsheets
© 2011 REGEN Energy Inc EnviroGrid provides benefits for a wide span of facilities Sample Types of Facility Retail / Big-box Office Buildings Call Centers Theaters Convention Centers Banquet Halls Recreation Centers Libraries School “Portable” Classrooms Distribution Centers Warehouses Food Processing Plants Light Industrial Facilities Preferred Deployments Packaged HVAC units, esp. rooftop installations Ideally +10 tons of cooling each Resistive heating banks Works with or without a Building Automation System Preferred Site Characteristics Low, wide buildings; open spaces are ideal Ideally 50,000 sq ft.+ Warmer climates have greater savings potential Single tenant simplifies attribution of benefits Serviced by a utility with energy efficiency incentives Managed as part of a portfolio of sites Unoccupied periods throughout the week
© 2011 REGEN Energy Inc For more information: Join the rapidly growing number of facilities already enjoying EnviroGrid’s benefits!
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