As already analyzed Thomas F. Darden II has filled a US patent application for Systems and methods for microgrid power generation management https://www.google.ch/patents/US20130079943 .
Starting from the people and companies mentioned in the patent application, the trace leads to the following persons and companies:
Causam Energy acquire San Diego-based Power Analytics Corp
Stephen C. Knapp Executive Director, Integrated Solutions
Power Analytics Corporation
Constellation Energy Group Januar 2000 – Juli 2012 (12 Jahre 7 Monate)
RALEIGH, July 29, 2014 Dawn Kurry, Triangle BizBlog — Raleigh-based Causam Energy, a two-year-old technology development company in the smart grid space, will acquire San Diego-based Power Analytics Corp, a company founded in 1983 that develops software and professional services.
Premier Alliance Announces Agreement with Power Generation Services
NEW YORK, April 24, 2014 /PRNewsWire/ — Premier Alliance Group Inc. (OTCQB: PIMO) announced it has signed an agreement with Power Generation Services Inc. (PoGens) to provide fully integrated solutions to clients who want to monetize back-up power generation assets by participating in ISO-sponsored Demand Response Programs.
John Mazzarino Founder & Managing Principal
Founder of Atlantic-Pacific Capital – the largest independently owned global placement agent and advisory firm dedicated to raising capital for alternative investments. http://www.apcap.com/
Strata Solar is a turnkey solar provider. With over 840 MW installed and more than a gigawatt under development – Strata Solar ranks among the top ten solar providers in America.
Chad Larkins, chief executive officer of Cherokee Solar Power of nearby Macon, described another aspect of producing solar energy, maintaining the installation after it has been built. His company is providing maintenance for the solar farm. The solar farm was constructed by Strata Solar. It has been operating since late December.
PLAYING the GAME: Stealthy Employment Strategies (First Edition)by Chad Edward Larkins
The Duke Energy Foundation is donating $1 million for development of the Museum of Life and the Environment. Kanawha, a residential and commercial development that will integrate sustainable technology, materials and practices, is being developed on 340 acres around the museum by a partnership between the museum’s developer, the Culture & Heritage Foundation, and Cherokee Investment Partners of Raleigh.
Canadian Solar Subsidiary Recurrent Energy Closes Financing for 100 Megawatt Astoria Solar Power Project
…to be continued…