Artificial Intelligence Brings Resilience and Affordability to the Grid

A new white paper from Veritone presents five artificial intelligence (AI)-powered solutions that help those in the electric power industry enhance grid resilience, increase the rate of decarbonization and improve affordability of delivered electricity. The electric power industry currently faces three key challenges: the need for increased … [Read more...]

Three Microgrid Myths Debunked

Sean McEvoy, senior vice president of energy at Veritone, debunks three common microgrid myths around cost, value and predictability. Microgrids deliver many benefits to utilities, independent power producers and power consumers. They can incorporate distributed renewable generation, distributed energy systems (DES), EVs and demand response. … [Read more...]

Distributed Microgrid Management and Control: Reducing Energy Costs

In its new white paper, Veritone describes the distributed microgrid management and control system that it developed with Microsoft to reduce energy costs. Using Microsoft's Azure secure cloud-based architecture and Veritone's rules-based distributed edge controllers, the two companies have created highly scalable technology that will allow … [Read more...]

Grid Optimization and Resilience with Dynamic Grid Modeling

A new white paper from Veritone explains how Cooperative Distributed Inferencing (CDI) technology delivers cost-effective resilience and grid optimization through real-time dynamic grid modeling. Today's electrical grids are dynamic and unpredictable. Extreme weather, natural disasters, fluctuating power and unpredictable green energy … [Read more...]

The Top Microgrid Misconceptions Debunked

Microgrids are too expensive, the renewable energy component is not dependable and microgrids are no better than backup generators. These are the top three microgrid misconceptions that prevent businesses from installing microgrids, say providers of the technology. In addition, customers mistakenly believe that the technology is immature and … [Read more...]