Distributed Energy Resource Management Systems (DERMS) expand traditional grid control capabilities to incorporate variable renewable energy sources, connected devices, and storage for comprehensive distribution utility management leveraging both supply and demand sides.
Industries that have traditionally operated in a tight margin environment, like Chlor-Alkali plants, have started recognizing the value of additional digital sensors and more sophisticated monitoring of electrolyzers and other critical equipment.
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