WHAT CAN IT DO FOR YOU?
Kiplo provides utilities and energy communities with the option to build Connected Networks, so you can own and operate your customers demand and generation as a single Virtual Power Plant:
The ability to reduce customers consumption, driving value, trust and loyalty.
Real time data on consumption and real time control to manage settlement positions.
Two way communication with consumers to increase the ‘touch points’ and communication with customers.
As an operator of a Kiplo Connected Network™, the ability to drive additional revenue by aggregating demand for inclusion in Demand Response Programmes.
HOW IT WORKS
Kiplo is the first, proven platform that provides integrated Power Optimisation via a single platform. Providing solutions at both single building and grid scale, Kiplo utilises granular real-time data to provide ongoing optimisation of the connected network.
Future proofed, it seamlessly incorporates and optimises changes in input costs such as the implementation of differential pricing tariffs, lowering costs of storage or significant increases in carbon taxes.
Advanced cloud capabilities to enable connected real-time energy optimisation data. Balancing generation with demand, optimising the source of, and price of power from the grid, local generation or storage capacity, without compromising the comfort of end-users. Facilitating optimization of energy buying decisions in the energy market.
Advanced forecasting smart engine for consumption and generation, providing the prediction of renewable energy (wind, PV) generation as a function of weather forecasting and reporting of actual generation, and building’s energy consumption.
Internet of Things
Scalable connected network that connects a wide range of sensors and actuators, utilising several communication protocols, and allows seamless third party integration through API and web services.
Mobile Apps and Advanced UX
Energy dashboard and mobile apps (for both demand-side and supply-side) that displays an integrated overview of consumption, energy generation, storage and savings and supports the main requirements for Demand Response Programs.