Please join us for the next Blueprint for Clean Energy webinar.
In this webinar, Andrew Krulewitz, Director of Marketing and Strategy at Geli, will explain the economic drivers of the behind-the-meter commercial energy storage craze that has taken hold in California as well as other state markets. How do these systems work? What is the business case? All of this, and more, will be explained.
About our speaker:
Andrew Krulewitz leads marketing and corporate strategy at Geli. Prior to his time at Geli, Andrew worked as a consultant with Ford's electric vehicle division and as a market research analyst at GTM Research, a subsidiary of Greentech Media. He earned his BA from Colgate University and MBA from the University of Michigan.
Geli, which stands for Growing Energy Labs, Inc., provides software and business solutions for designing, automating, and managing energy storage and microgrid systems. Geli’s suite of products creates an ecosystem where project developers, OEMs, financiers, and project operators can deploy advanced energy projects using a seamless hardware-agnostic software platform. Energy storage for solar PV is a critically important technology because of its ability to resolve the primary drawback of solar power – namely intermittency.
Founded in 2010, Geli’s software actively manages megawatts of projects deployed around the world. Its user-friendly web-based design tool, “ESyst,” is intended to help solar developers understand the potential economic benefits from energy storage and to assist them in selecting properly sized systems.