AESC has been selected by the US Department of Energy (DOE) and the General Services Administration (GSA) to test Grid-interactive Efficient Building (GEB) technologies. AESC’s project is one of a small number of proposals selected in a national DOE and GSA solicitation to demonstrate emerging technologies that advance the ability of commercial buildings to be…
AESC now offers ICP Project Development and Quality Assurance services – helping building owners unlock OBF and C-PAC energy project financing
Carlsbad, CA- December 30, 2019- The Investor Confidence Project (ICP) is a global initiative for developing and evaluating energy efficiency retrofits. Developed by the Environmental Defense Fund, the Project seeks to provide energy investors and financing program administrators an elevated level of confidence for their investments in energy efficiency (EE) projects. ICP protocols are being adopted nationwide and now play a major role in many EE financing programs, including PG&E’s 0% On Bill Financing (OBF) and Commercial…
Load volatility and grid reliability challenges are growing in California, in part due to the proliferation of PV solar roofs, electric vehicles and other DERs. Managing this volatility requires innovation and practical applications of technology. AESC is leading a project to solidify the vision of tomorrow’s smart grid, and key project milestones have been achieved.
AESC has received System and Organization Controls (SOC) 2 Type II certification, an important distinction for organizations that handle sensitive client data. AESC has been SOC certified since 2016, but through this updated certification, and associated third-party examination, AESC has proven that its data security and IT principles are designed to keep its clients’ sensitive data secure.
James Ferro, AESC’s Water Practice Lead, Selected to Help Launch a New Network Focused on California’s Water Future
AESC announces that James Ferro, AESC’s Water Practice Lead, has been selected to participate in the Water Solutions Network’s inaugural cohort. This is a new cross-sector collaboration of leaders focused on the future of water management in California.
AESC has delivered the most recent iteration of software tools for the Duke Energy Smart $aver incentive programs, utilizing Praxis- AESC’s custom software platform. AESC has been delivering technical services to Duke Energy across their service territory for the past six years (Since 2012 in NC, SC, IN, KY, OH, and 2015 in FL).
AESC, as a subcontractor to Cascade Energy, was recently awarded the role of program implementer for the industrial strategic energy management (SEM) programs for San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) and Southern California Edison (SCE).
AESC President Antonio Corradini Announces Strategic Investment, Continued Growth and Diversification
AESC has joined the family of Energie Valsabbia Spa (EVA) companies, headquartered in Brescia Italy, as a subsidiary of their U.S. based Energia Pacifica holding company. AESC President Antonio Corradini, P.E. made the announcement… “The investment by Energia Pacifica (EP) is strategic for both companies in that it furthers the EVA mission to address U.S. energy markets while strengthening AESC’s ability to serve its clients.”
John Clint of AESC Moderates Expert Panel on Electric Vehicle Infrastructure at NEEA’s Efficiency Exchange Conference
AESC participated in the 2016 Efficiency Exchange conference hosted by Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (NEEA) and Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) in Coeur d’ Alene Idaho, by organizing and developing a conference session on electric vehicle infrastructure.
PLMA (Peak Load Management Alliance) announced eight winners of its 13th Annual PLMA Awards. The Awards were presented during the 17th PLMA Spring Conference in San Francisco, California.