Onsite energy, the new solutions portfolio of PowerFlex

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Onsite energy is the new solutions portfolio that PowerFlex, a subsidiary of EDF Renewables, will provide to its customers; the company announced this Thursday the expansion of its portfolio, in addition to its existing offerings.

Firstly, PowerFlex is an EDF Renewables subsidiary that offers commercial and industrial customers a full range of turnkey clean energy solutions; from battery storage, electric vehicle charging, also, microgrids, to energy management systems.

Secondly, today’s announcement marks a milestone, as the company now includes onsite solar; leveraging from EnterSolar’s track record of providing behind-the-meter solar solutions for corporate clients. EnterSolar is in fact another EDF subsidiary.

Thirdly, through all of this, PowerFlex is now a one-of-a-kind provider that offers turnkey solutions for a comprehensive range of onsite energy needs.

Moreover, PowerFlex now offers to its customers a standalone product or bundled package; that saves energy costs while reducing their carbon footprint. Customers would add renewable energy infrastructure to their properties; suited to their specific needs.

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Onsite energy includes design, engineering and post installation services

In addition, PowerFlex now has a combined track record that includes 400+ MW of commercial solar installed; 40+ MWh of onsite storage in operation, construction or contracted; more than 6,000 smart EV charging stations installed; and several microgrids contracted for installation this year.

Consequently, the company has grown into an integrated energy firm. About it, Raphael Declercq, executive VO of EDF Renewables Distributed Solutions, said. “Our offerings were broadened to commercial and industrial customers with the acquisition of EnterSolar; and now we are uniquely positioned to offer our customers a one-stop-shop solution for all their onsite clean energy needs.”

He also remarked that PowerFlex now offers solutions from system design and engineering, to project financing and post-installation asset management. “Our expertise now spans from software development to project construction and operations.” He added.

Finally, PowerFlex was founded in 2017 by a Caltech research group who developed a patented Adaptive Load Management (ALM) technology; to optimize power consumption across a large network of charging stations. EDF finally acquired it in 2019.

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