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Packetized energy


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Packetized energy


 

Smoothing the transition to a clean energy future

Packetized Energy designs and deploys human-friendly systems to enable distributed energy resources such as water heaters, electric vehicle chargers, battery storage systems and air conditioners to solve grid problems and produce valuable market services. As a result, people can better manage their energy costs and the grid can run reliably with renewable energy. 

 
 
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Smart Energy


Smart Energy


 

Why choose Packetized Energy?

 

Our patent-pending DER coordination software platform, Packetized Energy Management (PEM), provides a number of distinct advantages, including:

 

Human friendly

Our bottom-up design makes it easy for utilities to solve grid and market problems and easy for customers to manage their energy needs without sacrificing privacy or security.

Scalability

Leveraging ideas that run the Internet enables us to affordably coordinate millions of energy devices.

future ready 

Packetized Energy's software is ready to coordinate millions of DERs today and is paving the way for the future of energy with peer-to-peer transactions.

 

 

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The future is renewable


The future is renewable


 

Leveraging ideas that run the Internet

PEM leverages core ideas from modern communication networks, in which data is divided into small packets and then transmitted through networks with randomization. We also use ideas from control and system theory, machine learning and optimization to enable electricity demand to balance, in real time, with renewable supply, one packet at a time.  

 
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Our solutions create flexibility from distributed energy resources by dividing energy into small chunks (packetization) and spreading these chunks in time (randomization), enabling demand to follow supply, making energy more affordable and providing non-wires alternatives to expensive infrastructure investments.

 

Who

Mads Almassalkhi is a co-founder of Packetized Energy with 10 years of experience as a key member on small dynamic engineering and startup teams that develop innovative solutions for medical, defense, and electricity industries. He is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Vermont where he leads funded R&D power/energy projects with T&D partners. Previously, with Root3 Technologies, he led development of SaaS energy technologies. He holds a PhD and MS from the U of Michigan.

Mads Almassalkhi is a co-founder of Packetized Energy with 10 years of experience as a key member on small dynamic engineering and startup teams that develop innovative solutions for medical, defense, and electricity industries. He is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Vermont where he leads funded R&D power/energy projects with T&D partners. Previously, with Root3 Technologies, he led development of SaaS energy technologies. He holds a PhD and MS from the U of Michigan.

Jeff Frolik is a co-founder of Packetized Energy with 30 years of industrial and academic experience in multiple areas of electrical engineering including communications, signal processing, and energy. He was a satellite systems engineer for Hughes Aircraft Co. and as an independent consultant. He was a faculty member at Tennessee Technological University and is now at the University of Vermont specializing in the areas of wireless communications and sensor networks.

Jeff Frolik is a co-founder of Packetized Energy with 30 years of industrial and academic experience in multiple areas of electrical engineering including communications, signal processing, and energy. He was a satellite systems engineer for Hughes Aircraft Co. and as an independent consultant. He was a faculty member at Tennessee Technological University and is now at the University of Vermont specializing in the areas of wireless communications and sensor networks.

Paul Hines is a co-founder of Packetized Energy with 17 years of experience solving problems in the electricity industry. He works as an Associate Professor at the University of Vermont and previously worked at the National Energy Technology Lab, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Alstom ESCA, and Black and Veatch. He earned a Ph.D. in Engineering and Public Policy from Carnegie Mellon U. in 2007 and an M.S. in Electrical Power Systems from the U. of Washington in 1997.

Paul Hines is a co-founder of Packetized Energy with 17 years of experience solving problems in the electricity industry. He works as an Associate Professor at the University of Vermont and previously worked at the National Energy Technology Lab, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Alstom ESCA, and Black and Veatch. He earned a Ph.D. in Engineering and Public Policy from Carnegie Mellon U. in 2007 and an M.S. in Electrical Power Systems from the U. of Washington in 1997.

Andrew Giroux is Chief Engineer at Packetized Energy where he leads IoT hardware and software developments. He has 4 years of experience leading and engineering hybrid electric race cars at national collegiate competitions. Andrew has previously worked for large national Department of Defense contractors in the aerospace industry. He holds an M.S. and B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Vermont with a focus on wireless communication systems. 

Andrew Giroux is Chief Engineer at Packetized Energy where he leads IoT hardware and software developments. He has 4 years of experience leading and engineering hybrid electric race cars at national collegiate competitions. Andrew has previously worked for large national Department of Defense contractors in the aerospace industry. He holds an M.S. and B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Vermont with a focus on wireless communication systems.