Camus Energy: Open Source, next generation grid management as a service.
Our platform provides industry-leading scalability, reliability, and intelligence to help utilities and energy providers manage the energy transition.
Situational awareness using Ritta™
Integrating high volume, high velocity data from utility and non-utility all available sources provides a robust, multi-dimensional view of what’s happening now, and how it’s changing over time.
Smart automation leverages Mimo™
As the grid landscape becomes more complex, advanced automation helps operators and planners maintain focus and achieve system level outcomes.
Smart energy communities with Gem™
Customer-sited resources offer tremendous promise for lowering costs and improving reliability by enabling greater flexibility. But knowing when and where to dispatch distributed resources is a complex challenge.
Why Companies Choose Camus Energy
Why Open Source?
The challenge of transforming our grid landscape is a big one. It requires connecting to every device that’s out there on the current grid – from smart metering systems to smart reclosers to SCADA interfaces – and bringing together data from many sources to create a clear picture of what’s happening. And then, we need to connect the landscape of distributed energy resources, so that they can work together to support the broader grid.
This is bigger than any one vendor, or any one software platform. Open source software development allows many companies to co-operate, so that each contributes to the broader ecosystem – to everyone’s benefit. We’ve seen the power of open source to transform other industries – from the internet, to the web, to Android and 5G – and we believe that by working together, we can create a next-generation grid which unlocks the smart, decentralized energy ecosystem of the future.
Disrupting the Grid
The team that scaled Google tackles the transition to zero carbon.
Join us as we work to preserve the world for future generations by enabling the transition to zero carbon.
Join us in redefining the future of the grid.