The Doosan GridTech™ software control platform places decision making intelligence where it is most effective.
Doosan GridTech™ services are designed to help electric utilities every step of the way as they make the most of distributed energy resources.
Doosan GridTech™ modeling/design services include engineering to specify the optimal configuration of assets and control algorithms to meet our customer’s distributed energy objectives.
Doosan GridTech™ system integration services employ a flexible approach that complements the utility’s core competencies with specialized support from an experienced Owner’s Engineer.
Doosan GridTech™ warranties all our software and services, and we offer operation and maintenance service plans customized to the customer’s unique business needs.
Our customers present a wide range of use-cases in the deployment and management of distributed energy resources, calling for flexible, needs-based solutions.
Learn how an electrical distribution utility customer drove economies of scale.
Doosan GridTech will continue to serve its customers and build a smarter energy world by delivering solutions that provide automatic management and optimization of distributed energy resources.
Our vision is to be the global leader in delivering technology solutions for the emerging digital distributed electric grid.
Doosan GridTech was formed in 2016 when Doosan Heavy Industries acquired all of the outstanding shares of 1Energy Systems, Inc., as part of the firm’s continuing expansion into renewable energy.
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At the heart of every energy storage system are three essential components – a storage medium, a power conversion system and the control software that orchestrates the overall system.
Microgrids come in many shapes and sizes – our focus is on those where the electric utility is actively involved.
Engineering for scale looks to bring the traditional advantages of economies of scale to the energy storage system (ESS) market, through the use of standardization and open standards.