Canadian utility Nova Scotia Power has selected distributed energy resources (DER) technology firm Sunverge as a partner for its Smart Grid Atlantic project.
The utility will leverage Sunverge’s DER platform to explore opportunities to co-optimise consumer and grid services.
Nova Scotia Power will provide grid services based on day-ahead and intra-day generation planning, including peak demand reduction and load leveling, generation contingency support, distribution feeder congestion management, and renewables smoothing.
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