FREMONT, CA—June 23, 2016 – Opus One Solutions, a smart grid software engineering company, has bagged a spot on 10 Best Smart Grid Solution Providers list of 2016 by Energy CIO Insights.
Energy CIO Insights editors-with input from industry analysts, corporate executives and technology experts, selected the top smart grid solution providers. A variety of subjective and objective criteria were used for choosing the winners. The positioning is based on evaluation of Opus One Solutions’ specialties in developing real time control and optimization solutions for electric system energy resources, including generation, storage, and electric vehicle resources. It’s offering, GridOS provides powerful grid management capabilities and unlocks greater potential for distributed energy resources including renewable generation, energy storage and responsive demand.
“We are pleased to recognize Opus One Solutions as one among the 10 Best Smart Grid Solution Providers of 2016,” said Laura Davis, Managing Editor of Energy CIO Insights. “Opus One Solutions’ proven track record of successful client deployments in the smart grid arena demonstrates its prowess in helping customers attain unprecedented efficiency.”
About Energy CIO Insights
Published from Fremont, California, Energy CIO Insights is a print magazine that focuses on latest technologies, concepts and practices in the field of Power and Energy. A distinguished panel comprising of CIOs, CTOs including Energy CIO Insights editorial board finalized the “10 Best Smart Grid Solution Providers 2016” in the U.S. and shortlisted the best vendors and consultants. For more info: http://www.energycioinsights.com/
About Opus One Solutions
Headquartered in Ontario, Canada, Opus One is a software engineering and solutions company that brings real-time energy management to the smart grid. Through its leading edge offering GridOS, Opus One delivers a new level of visibility and control to electricity distribution through sophisticated engineering analytics designed to solve and optimize complex power flows. For more info: https://oostest.wpengine.com/