Stem's Partner Network supports hundreds of EPCs and developers in pursuing both front of meter and behind the meter projects. Our online educational portal, Stem University, and extensive partner library provide extensive support across the project lifecycle: from targeting customers and developing proposals to contracting, installing, and monetizing projects.
The first step in realizing successful projects is accurately modeling revenue streams and system performance. Through designing hundreds of successful projects across many different markets and use cases, Stem brings EPCs the necessary expertise to ensure the design and installation of systems that best fit customer needs.
Energy storage markets can move fast. Some EPCs come to us after past collaborations failed or other providers went out of business. Stem has been delivering successful projects for more than a decade, and energy storage and smart optimization software have always been the heart of our business. We aren’t going anywhere.
Athena is Stem’s smart energy software that optimizes interactions between solar, storage, and the grid. Athena maximizes solar value by analyzing thousands of data points – including solar production, energy demand, and market price forecasts – according to Stem’s proprietary and always-improving algorithms. This delivers more savings to customers and maximizes project ROI.
Stem University is a curriculum developed by Stem to help IPPs & asset owners and other industry partners learn how to sell, model, and deploy energy storage projects. Stem partners get exclusive access to the training materials and supporting resources available in Stem University.
Featured Case Study: Water Treatment Plant
Prior to Stem, Stockmans had limited exposure to energy storage. Stem helped the company quickly get up the learning curve and land its first major project, a 1.8 MWh energy storage system providing backup power to a water district in San Bernardino County under the California SGIP Equity Resiliency incentive.Read More
464kW / 1856kWh