COMMITTED TO TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION AND ADVANCEMENT

COMMITTED TO TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION AND ADVANCEMENT

We've executed major wind energy development projects with two of the largest wind farm owners in North America.
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WE KNOW THE GRID

WE KNOW THE GRID

EnerNex has worked on deployment projects for over half a billion smart meters worldwide and created Smart Grid Roadmaps for entities to service over 1.2 billion people.
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FIELD OF EXPERTS, NOT AN ARMY OF MINIONS

FIELD OF EXPERTS, NOT AN ARMY OF MINIONS

We’re currently designing one of the largest campus microgrids in the country for a Fortune 50 company.
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RESPECTED INDUSTRY LEADER

RESPECTED INDUSTRY LEADER

We have worked closely with DOE, NIST, NREL and others to translate vision into action by building frameworks and use cases.
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Dave Mueller: Connecting a Good Neighbor to the Grid | PowerGrid International

Dave Mueller: Connecting a Good Neighbor to the Grid | PowerGrid International
Connecting a Good Neighbor to the Power Grid: Electrical Power Studies Important for Wind Power Plants by Dave Mueller Wind plants require much engineering, and electric power studies are a fundamental part of that engineering effort. These studies ensure safe and reliable operation of the power grid with the wind plant connected. Their objectives are to assess the impact of the wind plant on the transmission grid and determine the rating and sizing ...

Jeremy Laundergan Set to Speak at Midwest Solar Expo

Jeremy Laundergan Set to Speak at Midwest Solar Expo
May 22-24 | Midwest Solar Expo | Minneapolis, MN Jeremy Laundergan, Vice President of Consulting Services, will be presenting May 24 at 4pm on "Building a 21st Century Energy Network." If interested in setting up a meeting with Jeremy, please message us here. Presentation Summary: Digitization is fundamentally changing the way energy is generated, distributed and traded and the frameworks by which energy is designed. Concepts like transactive ener...

Ron Chebra: What is between Grid of Things (GoT) and Internet of Things (IoT) is HoT (Holistically Orchestrated Things) | Electric Energy Online

Ron Chebra: What is between Grid of Things (GoT) and Internet of Things (IoT) is HoT (Holistically Orchestrated Things) | Electric Energy Online
What is between Grid of Things (GoT) and Internet of Things (IoT) is HoT (Holistically Orchestrated Things) by Ron Chebra The Grid of Things When it comes to connected things operating interactively and in close harmony with other assets, one just needs to look at the electric grid as a prime example of how efficiencies and optimization can be achieved by leveraging remote monitoring and control. Intelligent grid and network-connected assets can be ...

Houseman Featured in Midwest Energy News

Houseman Featured in Midwest Energy News
Modernizing the grid: Who pays, who profits, who participates? WRITTEN BY Kari Lydersen The transformation of the country’s electric grid — into a smart grid dotted with solar panels, batteries, microgrids and more — holds nearly infinite potential to change our daily lives, our cities and our environment. That was the overarching theme delivered by experts from industry, government and nonprofit groups at the national Grid Modernization Forum in Ch...

EnerNex Leadership Team Grows with Grid Modernization Expert Ron Chebra

EnerNex Leadership Team Grows with Grid Modernization Expert Ron Chebra
KNOXVILLE, Tenn.--EnerNex, an electric power research, engineering and consulting firm, announces the addition of Ron Chebra as Vice President of Grid Modernization. As a recognized thought leader and industry expert in utility modernization, Chebra joins EnerNex with over 30 years of operating knowledge in technology solutions in areas such as microgrids, renewable energy integration, smart grid, distribution automation, advanced metering infrastructur...

Doug Houseman: Pushing for Recloser Standardization | T&D World

Doug Houseman: Pushing for Recloser Standardization | T&D World
Nikki Chandler | Mar 16, 2017 Doug Houseman believes that reclosers are the single most important distribution automation product today, and that no one is really working on making the products work together in a fashion that makes it easy to train field workers. Houseman will bring these ideas to light when he moderates the “Ask the Experts” Manufacturer Panel Discussion at OMICRON’s Second Annual 2017 Recloser Workshop on April 26-27 at the OMICRON...

Renovating T&D Systems | Electric Energy Online

Renovating T&D Systems | Electric Energy Online
Renovating T&D Systems - A First Step Towards Implementing a Modern Grid By Kay Stefferud Distribution and Transmissions systems are evolving to accommodate increasing amounts of renewable distributed generation (DG) while also dealing with more intense storms, cyber security threats, evolving markets and aging infrastructure. Adapting to these changes requires necessary adjustments to protection schemes, fault detection, outage management, market int...

Whitepaper | Modern Electricity Meter Safety, Accuracy and Performance Testing

Whitepaper | Modern Electricity Meter Safety, Accuracy and Performance Testing
Electricity meter design continues to evolve, but has meter performance testing kept pace? Sensus and EnerNex, the electric power research and consulting firm, answer that and other questions in Modern Electricity Meter Safety, Accuracy and Performance Testing. This report examines the history of electricity meter design and testing. It describes the industry standards by both the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and Underwriter Laboratories...

Security Sessions | Models, Patrols, and Pads | Electric Energy Online

Security Sessions | Models, Patrols, and Pads | Electric Energy Online
Security Sessions | Models, Patrols, and Pads By Doug Houseman and Sean Morash In the future, all of the analytics, automated restoration, transactive energy and other changes to operations will rely on one key foundation: the underlying grid model and its accuracy. Back in the 1960’s, the grid model was a single line drawing that was done with a T-square on a drafting board. Transformers were typically denoted at the end of each lateral without re...

Secretary of Energy Moniz exit interview | Energy Central

Secretary of Energy Moniz exit interview | Energy Central
Secretary of Energy Moniz did an exit interview with DOE's podcast team By Doug Houseman Ernest Moniz is an award winning Nuclear Physicist who was a professor at MIT before being confirmed as the Secretary of Energy in March of 2013. He had previously served as the Under Secretary of Energy in the 1990s. In 2008 Obama for America issued an Energy Fact Sheet[1]. The article below is a combination of the promises for the electric industry in the fact s...