Shifted Energy Named to Wells Fargo Innovation Incubator Commercial Buildings and Housing Cohort

Company awarded $250,000 in funding and technical assistance to validate its grid-interactive water heater technology HONOLULU, HI – Shifted Energy has been selected as one of ten companies nationally to receive funding and technical support from the Wells Fargo Innovation Incubator (IN2), a technology incubator and platform funded by the Read more…

Shifted Energy to Equip 2,400 Water Heaters in Hawaii with Grid-Interactive Technology to Create Virtual Power Plant

Company Partners with Hawaiian Electric and OATI to Engage and Reward Residents in Large Grid-Interactive Water Heater-based Grid Services Procurement HONOLULU, Hawaii, Oct. 01, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Shifted Energy has signed an agreement to incorporate its industry-leading grid-interactive water heaters (GIWH) into Hawaiian Electric Company’s emerging grid services market as part Read more…

Shifted Energy to Equip 2,400 Water Heaters in Hawaii with Grid-Interactive Technology to Create Virtual Power Plant

Company Partners with Hawaiian Electric and OATI to Engage and Reward Residents in Large Grid-Interactive Water Heater-based Grid Services Procurement Shifted Energy has signed an agreement to incorporate its industry-leading grid-interactive water heaters (GIWH) into Hawaiian Electric Company’s emerging grid services market as part of a Grid Services Purchase Agreement Read more…

Shifted Energy Selected for 1st USGBC Los Angeles ‘Net Zero Accelerator’ Cohort

USGBC-LA Announces 1s​ t​ Cohort of ‘Net Zero Accelerator’ to Speed Viable Building Tech’s Move into the Market for a Net Positive Future LOS ANGELES (July 25, 2019) The ​U.S. Green Building Council-Los Angeles Chapter​ (USGBC-LA) today is proud to announce the first cohort of its ​Net Zero Accelerator​, a major new initiative which identifies Read more…



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