Good Energy bets on Origami platform

Author: Christoph Scholz.

December 5 (Renewables Now) - Origami Energy will provide real-time management of energy assets for UK firm Good Energy Group Plc’s (LON:GOOD) industrial and commercial customers.

London-based Origami announced the agreement on Monday, and said it has also been selected to offer turnkey support, from analysis and specification to installation, for Good Energy’s battery storage projects.

Origami’s Technology Platform uses advanced machine learning techniques to process data from multiple electricity generation, demand and energy storage assets. It optimises the flexibility of energy and balances it against market requirements. Its solution supports the increased penetration of renewable energy and improved system resilience.

“The real-time control offered by our platform enables more efficient use of the assets, presenting a better return on investment for the asset owner and increased profitability for Good Energy,” said Origami CEO Peter Bance.

At the end of June, Good Energy had over 71,150 renewable electricity customers and 42,750 carbon-neutral gas customers. It also provided feed-in tariff (FiT) administration services to over 137,900 sites.

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