THE HEILA PLATFORM

LOW COST, LOW CARBON,
LOCAL ENERGY
IS WITHIN REACH

The Heila Platform makes it possible to grow renewable energy-based microgrids from the ground up.

Rapid improvements in solar, storage, fuel cell and other distributed energy technologies promise greater energy resilience, lower energy costs and even a foreseeable end to combustion-based energy production.

The Heila Platform opens the energy ecosystem to innovation and community action, making it possible to grow renewable energy-based microgrids from the ground up.

INTELLIGENT, AUTONOMOUS AND EVER EVOLVING

Heila’s revolutionary distributed control platform autonomously manages and optimizes resources and, critically, enables a microgrid to grow organically as assets are added or removed.

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THE THREE BIG PROBLEMS HEILA SOLVES

PROBLEM #1: Integrating DERs of different types and vendors into coordinated energy production, storage, regulation and optimization systems – microgrids

PROBLEM #2: Integrating microgrids into the centralized power grid

PROBLEM #3: Incorporating new technologies and equipment to the microgrid as site needs evolve

CASE STUDIES: ROLLOUT HAS BEGUN

Case Study 1

Case Study 2

Case Study 3

Case Study 4

Customer: Private Owner

End User: Vineyard

Location: Sonoma, CA

Customer: Cooperative Utility

End User: Residential Community

Location: Basalt, CO

Customer: Utility Company

End User: Air Force Base

Location: Albuquerque, NM

Customer: Utility Company

End User: Utility Transformer

Location: Shreveport, LA

Highlights:

  • Single site hybrid (DC-AC) microgrid
  • Behind the meter deployment
  • Islanded under normal operation
  • 100% renewable under normal operation

Highlights:

  • Multi-site aggregated DER system
  • Behind the meter deployment
  • PCC at ~0 under normal operation
  • 100% renewable under normal operation

Highlights:

  • Single site hybrid (DC-AC) microgrid
  • In-front of the meter deployment
  • Mission critical system
  • Mixed of renewable and fuel-based DERs

Highlights:

  • Single site aggregated DER system
  • Behind the meter deployment
  • Utility demonstration site for stakeholders (i.e. Regulators)
  • Part of the Free Electrons accelerator

ROLLOUT HAS BEGUN

Case Study 1

Case Study 2

Customer: Private Owner

End User: Vineyard

Location: Sonoma, CA

Customer: Cooperative Utility

End User: Residential Community

Location: Basalt, CO

Highlights:

  • Single site hybrid (DC-AC) microgrid
  • Behind the meter deployment
  • Islanded under normal operation
  • 100% renewable under normal operation

Highlights:

  • Multi-site aggregated DER system
  • Behind the meter deployment
  • PCC at ~0 under normal operation
  • 100% renewable under normal operation

Case Study 3

Case Study 4

Customer: Private Owner

End User: Vineyard

Location: Sonoma, CA

Customer: Cooperative Utility

End User: Residential Community

Location: Basalt, CO

Highlights:

  • Single site hybrid (DC-AC) microgrid
  • In-front of the meter deployment
  • Mission critical system
  • Mixed of renewable and fuel-based DERs

Highlights:

  • Single site aggregated DER system
  • Behind the meter deployment
  • Utility demonstration site for stakeholders (i.e. Regulators)
  • Part of the Free Electrons accelerator

ROLLOUT HAS BEGUN

Case Study 1

Customer: Private Owner

End User: Vineyard

Location: Sonoma, CA

Highlights:

  • Single site hybrid (DC-AC) microgrid
  • Behind the meter deployment
  • Islanded under normal operation
  • 100% renewable under normal operation

Case Study 2

Customer: Cooperative Utility

End User: Residential Community

Location: Basalt, CO

Highlights:

  • Multi-site aggregated DER system
  • Behind the meter deployment
  • PCC at ~0 under normal operation
  • 100% renewable under normal operation

Case Study 3

Customer: Utility Company

End User: Air Force Base

Location: Albuquerque, NM

Highlights:

  • Single site hybrid (DC-AC) microgrid
  • In-front of the meter deployment
  • Mission critical system
  • Mixed of renewable and fuel-based DERs

Case Study 4

Customer: Utility Company

End User: Utility Transformer

Location: Shreveport, LA

Highlights:

  • Single site aggregated DER system
  • Behind the meter deployment
  • Utility demonstration site for stakeholders (i.e. Regulators)
  • Part of the Free Electrons accelerator

VISION: THE ORGANIC MICROGRID

The Heila Platform opens the energy ecosystem to innovation and community action, enabling developers to grow microgrids from the ground up.

Heila makes it possible for system designers and developers to easily connect DERs and create self-organizing and self-regulating microgrids capable of meeting all the electrical demands of neighborhoods, commercial buildings, industrial sites and even small cities.