Eatontown, NJ (June 21, 2016) – IPKeys met at the White House with other innovative leaders in demand response, energy storage and renewable energy. Commitments from government, utilities and commercial industries were made to deploy technologies that would build on partnerships to enhance a flexible, efficient, clean, and reliable 21st century power grid.
“We are very honored to be a part of this significant White House Summit on Smart Energy Markets and Grid Flexibility,” said Robert Nawy, Managing Director & CFO, IPKeys. “The open standards cloud-based server to client premises hardware technology, Energy Interop Server & System® (EISS®) we have developed and commercialized since receiving an American Reinvestment and Recovery Act (ARRA) grant from National Institute of Standards Technologies (NIST) in 2009 is proven and secure”.
“EISS® is an enabling technology for the policies and emerging markets necessary to support the growth of intermittent supplies such as wind and solar power while enhancing grid reliability”, Nawy added. “The opportunity for all stakeholders working together is to make real-time price fluctuations and corresponding market behavioral responses to changing prices safe, standardized, economically feasible and secure”.
Please see the attached link below to the White House circular summarizing the event and detailing the commitments from all facets of the industry where IPKeys is listed amongst the key group of Developers, Manufacturers and Investor Announcements with the following commitment:
IPKeys commits to develop and co-fund a pilot for using smart meter data as measurement and verification inputs to various server and end point technologies certified by OpenADR 2.0, the U.S. Smart Grid standard supported by DOE and the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
US Navy • US Air Force • US Department of Energy (DOE) • National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) • California Independent System Operator (CAISO) • California Public Utilities Commission • Con Edison • Duke Energy • IPKeys Technologies • Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) • Microsoft and Primus Power • Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) • Southern California Edison (SCE) • Siemens
IPKeys is an emerging strategic partner in the DoD, Federal, Commercial and Energy sectors, delivering expertise in the definition, development, integration, and deployment of Internet Protocol (“IP”) technology and communications systems. IPKeys expertise includes Network and Telecommunications Engineering; Systems Engineering and Integration; Cyber Security; Systems Acquisition, Production and Fielding; Modeling and Simulation; and Energy/Smart Grid Engineering Services.
Incorporated in March 2005, IPKeys is headquartered in New Jersey and has locations in California, Maryland, and Virginia. IPKeys’ mission is to assist clients in integrating the highest mission-appropriate level of secure information and communications systems. We enable users to efficiently access, communicate, integrate and apply data solutions to support their mission objectives. IPKeys provides mission relevant solutions grounded in our in‐depth knowledge of current force systems, emerging technologies, present and developing standards, and future force infrastructure requirements. Our expert staff possess in‐depth experience and knowledge with DoD enterprise systems and frameworks, strategic and tactical warfighter communities, architectures, cutting-edge information and security management technologies. We leverage this expertise and our corporate experience in the delivery of value added enterprise information technology and information security solutions to the federal government.
IPKeys Power Partners, LLC is a leading provider of Demand Response (DR) resources across the United States. We enable our clients to participate in a range of programs including Capacity, Reserves and Energy. Our DR solutions include advanced metering with web-based reporting tools for all our clients. IPKeys Power Partners provides engineering audits, automation, and controls for clients who want to automate their demand response.
For additional information regarding IPKeys, please contact Robert Nawy at 732-389-8112 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.