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Stem Earns Place in Prestigious Global Cleantech 100 for 2020
This post was written by Stem on January 16, 2020

For more than a decade, Stem has been at the forefront of intelligent energy use, working to build energy infrastructure that responds to the challenges facing enterprises today. Through these efforts, Stem has revealed new ways for companies to leverage AI and energy storage to transform the way that they use renewable energy, resulting in […]

Stem Earns Place in Prestigious 2020 Global Cleantech 100
This post was written by Stem on January 16, 2020

Stem Honored for Innovations in Intelligent Storage MILLBRAE, Calif., Jan. 16, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Stem, Inc., the global leader in artificial intelligence (AI)-driven energy storage services, was named a 2020 Global Cleantech 100 company by Cleantech Group for the sixth year. The 2020 Global Cleantech 100 is the 11th edition of the respected annual guide to the leading […]

Enterprise energy strategies
This post was written by Stem on December 5, 2019

How develop a comprehensive energy management strategy The changing energy landscape Whether your enterprise has one already or not, a comprehensive energy strategy is critical to success in the new energy economy. Once simply a proactive measure to enhance an organization’s reputation as forward-facing, it has now become a critical lever to make your organization […]

Six areas of expertise required for deploying large-scale energy storage projects
This post was written by Stem on November 12, 2019

Analysts estimate that around 1 out of every 3 large-scale solar projects contracted today includes energy storage. Adding energy storage to solar increases project revenues through different value drivers depending on the market. Ultimately, energy storage gives solar assets more flexibility, making it possible to use solar generation at the most valuable times, instead of […]

The Santa Rosa Junior College sustainability plus resilience strategy: Solar, energy storage, and microgrids
This post was written by Stem on October 24, 2019

  At just over 100 years old, Santa Rosa Junior College (SRJC) is part of the California Community Colleges System, the largest higher education system in the U.S. It is also in the heart of Santa Rosa County, a community that over the last few years has been barraged by disastrous wildfires, such as the […]

PG&E power shutoffs enhance the need for resilience
This post was written by Stem on October 9, 2019

This week, California’s largest utility, Pacific Gas and Electric, is shutting off power for thousands of customers, including highly populated regions like the Bay Area, Napa, and Sonoma County. The move is part of PG&E’s Public Safety Power Shutoff program, which was rolled out this year by the utility to reduce wildfire risk. With heavy […]

How to sharpen your competitive edge with energy storage
This post was written by Stem on September 15, 2019

For most enterprises, energy is among their biggest non-discretionary – and most unpredictable – costs, and is often looked at as a tax on operations. At many organizations, energy remains unmonitored and not carefully managed, likely due to complexity and lack of control. But leading enterprises are demonstrating innovative strategies for taking control of their […]

Energy storage for demand response
This post was written by Stem on September 14, 2019

Demand response refers to utility and wholesale market programs that energy customers can participate in to earn money for reducing electricity use during peak times. Demand response is a key resource for maintaining grid reliability and reducing peak electricity prices. But traditionally, it can be challenging to participate. In order to do so, customers must […]

Stem enters the front of meter energy storage market with a solar energy storage partnership in Massachusetts
This post was written by Stem on July 9, 2019

Today Stem, Inc., announced a new partnership with Syncarpha Capital, LLC, a New York based private equity firm that develops, owns and operates distributed photovoltaic solar energy systems as well as energy storage systems, to build 28.2 megawatt-hours of front of meter storage projects co-sited with solar in Massachusetts.  Incorporating storage into renewable energy projects […]

5 Business Initiatives That You Can Power Up With Solar + Storage
This post was written by Stem on June 26, 2019

Renewable energy procurement and onsite energy generation such as solar are great first steps in driving profits and meeting sustainability goals. They cut overall energy consumption to lower costs while reducing greenhouse gas emissions, which modern customers now expect from brands. However, to fully unlock the value of solar and renewables, businesses must also deploy […]

Stem in the news: Non-Wires Alternatives: Case Studies from Leading U.S. Projects |
This post was written by Stem on November 21, 2018

Stem Featured for its Non-Wires Alternatives Solution Recently, the Smart Electric Power Alliance and the Peak Load Management Alliance surveyed 10 non-wires alternatives projects in seven states, including Stem’s Local Capacity Requirement network for Southern California Edison. NWAs are an innovative regulatory approach that seek to use distributed energy resources to delay or replace traditional […]

Stem in the news: On Energy Storage, Investors Are Looking for Transaction Efficiency, Proven Results
This post was written by Stem on November 9, 2018

On Energy Storage, Investors Are Looking for Transaction Efficiency, Proven Results By John Carrington, Chief Executive Officer In October 2018, Stem CEO John Carrington was featured in Morning Consult for his views on new finance trends among equity and project finance investors. The growth of the energy storage industry is dependent on expanding the number, quality and […]

Solar + Storage Financing Requires Experience
This post was written by Stem on November 8, 2018

In Solar Novus Today By Bill Bush, Stem CFO  Within five years, the vast majority of the retail solar market will be solar + storage, and much of the wholesale distributed solar market will be, too.  Why? The energy markets, supply chains, electric rates, solar remuneration rules, and customers’ interests in controlling their energy decisions are […]

Stem in the news: Storage Finance Trends with Bill Bush
This post was written by Stem on September 18, 2018

By Bill Bush, Stem Chief Financial Officer Jon Powers, the Co-Founder and President of CleanCapital, leads the enormously popular Experts Only podcast, a biweekly podcast with foremost finance experts that explores the intersection of energy, finance, and innovation. In this podcast, Jon and I discuss the dramatic growth of artificial intelligence-driven energy storage, the potentially […]

Stem In The News: How Artificial Intelligence Will Differentiate The Value Of Solar+Storage
This post was written by Stem on September 18, 2018

By Larsh Johnson, Stem Chief Technology Officer The U.S. solar revolution has been a terrific boon to customer choice, the economy and climate policy planning. But solar panels alone can’t achieve the full value of solar generation or the aggressive goals of greenhouse gas reductions. Moreover, solar developers face a wave of changes that is […]

Stem in the news: IoT and the Energy Storage Revolution with Larsh Johnson
This post was written by Stem on September 11, 2018

By Larsh Johnson, Stem Chief Technology Officer Stanford Continuing Studies instructor Daniel Elizalde teaches the highly popular Product Management for the Internet of Things (IoT) course, and he recently invited me to opine on the subject on his IoT Product Leadership podcast. Daniel is a real expert on the subject, including a stint working with […]

Energy rate reform: What it means for operations leaders
This post was written by Stem on May 15, 2018

By Andrea Sanders    |   Marketing Manager The electricity grid is transforming rapidly, and businesses or institutions that do not adapt could see major changes to their energy spend. Resulting from the need to update aging and antiquated grid infrastructure across the U.S., this transition is supported by advancements in renewable energy, energy efficiency, and […]

Stem in the news: How Startups and Incumbents Are Collaborating to Make Hawaii 100% Renewable featuring Stem
This post was written by Stem on January 21, 2016

By Tad Glauthier | VP, Hawaii Operations Dawn Lippert, co-founder and director of Hawaii’s Energy Excelerator program, discussed the non-proftit’s work with Stem on the Energy Gang Podcast in a recent episode: “ “The things I’m really excited about are the things we’re doing in the energy storage space,” Lippert said. “One of the companies that we’ve been working […]

Stem’s Chief Commercial Officer Elected to SEPA Board of Directors
This post was written by Stem on October 20, 2015

By Ted Ko | Director of Policy Stem sits in a unique position in the world of “the grid”. Unlike many technology providers who focus predominantly on either the electricity customer or the utility, Stem thrives in between, serving both. For this reason, Stem highly values our membership in SEPA, an organization that educates members on how […]

Stem in the news: Battery Makers See a Big Break Coming — No, Seriously This Time
This post was written by Stem on October 15, 2015

By Niki Herr | Director of Communications This week Stem was proud to participate in the Energy Storage North America conference as a California Energy Storage Association (CESA) board member, on multiple panels, and on the exhibition floor. Over 20 Stem team members came together in San Diego to meet with partners, prospects and customers, listen […]