We founded Camus Energy with a common goal: to lend our software engineering skills to address climate change. We are committed to accelerating the adoption of renewable energy and the reduction of carbon emissions from the energy grid.
In our past lives, we pioneered global-scale computing at Google, and led the transition of commerce into the digital world at Xerox, NetApp and BD Biosciences. Our team comes from Google, SpaceX, Tesla, Uber, PG&E, NREL, and GE – and our goal is to bring everything we’ve learned about managing massive computing systems, and the transformational power of technology, to one of our most important challenges.
The challenges faced by grid operators in an evolving energy landscape are unique. The existing grid is one of humanity’s largest machines, and keeping it running safely and smoothly is critical to modern life. But as it becomes smarter, more connected, and more dynamic, we can draw lessons from other industries about how to manage the challenges of scale and reliability for an effective energy transition.