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Energy Management System


Ubiik’s Energy Management System (EMS) is an integrated vertical solution leveraging Ubiik’s own connectivity and cloud platform, to monitor and dispatch customer’s power loads and distributed energy resources (DERs) to constantly bring values to the customer. 

With Ubiik’s Energy Management System (EMS) deployed, it simultaneously delivers cost savings, energy security, additional revenue stream,

and sustainability.

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/ Behind-the-meter (BTM) batteries are connected behind the utility    meter of commercial, industrial, or residential customers, primarily    aiming at electricity bill savings or provide power security in case      of power outages. However, in countries with deregulated       

  electricity markets, BTM can also participate in the wholesale

  markets to provide capacity or ancillary services, by cutting the     

  cutometer’s load, or directly exporting electricity to grid system.

/ Front-the-meter (FTM) batteries are interconnected to distribution 

  or transmission networks or in connection with a generation asset.

  They provide applications required   by system operators as e.g.  

  ancillary services or network load relief.

Customer Value



Smart Battery Management



Net Zero


Load Management

For customers needing basic load management,

Ubiik’s EMS can help them monitor energy consumption in real-time. Customers can also remote control

major appliances to reduce charges during peak demand hours. 

In areas where a demand response program is available, our system can also help customers generate additional revenue by automatically or manually reducing load as needed by the electricity grid operators.


/ Optimize power usage (bill)

/ Participate in the demand response market 

Customers can have the option to deploy EMS solution

with multiple scenarios:

Utility Value

Ubiik’s Virtual Power Plant (VPP) platform provides EMS customers with the tools and services needed to access the wholesale electricity markets or ancillary service programs. It also helps bring value for local utilities:

Defer distribution network CapEx

To deal with growing loads or higher penetration of renewable tie-ins, aggregating Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) or Demand Responses (DRs) can defer or replace the need of distribution network projects. This reduces network costs significantly by reducing distribution constraints at times of peak demand in specific grid areas.

Mitigate transmission congestion issue

Utilities can create VPPs by aggregating for each substation, feeder/section, or even transformer. When a power flow issue occurs or a potential outage is identified, the SCADA/DMS

system can execute the appropriate VPP to help address the

power flow issue.

Ensure capacity/resource adequacy

Utility companies are normally required to fulfill Resource Adequacy (RA) requirements based on a forecast of future peak demand and reserves. They are obligated to maintain a certain amount of capacity/reserve available at different time-frames

to ensure power reliability. By aggregating DERs or DRs, utilities can fulfill RA requirements without procurement from the

wholesale market or without building additional new power generation capacity.

Is Our Solution
Right for You?

Understanding your application and your needs are our priority. We can provide solutions in a wide variety of circumstances. But to start off, below are some considerations to help you decide whether our solutions are right for you.

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Want to Customize?

We’re committed to finding a solution that works for your business. Talk to Ubiik sales to learn

how you can customize communication modules, field devices and cloud services for your needs. Below are some questions to consider as a starting point.

What is the frequency band you will be using?

  (e.g. 470 MHz, 915 MHz...)

/ What are the available communication interfaces and protocols      on your end device? (e.g. Modbus RTU RS-485...)

/ What is the power supply available on your end device for         

  Weightless FANs? (e.g. 5Vdc, 300mA...)


We look forward to speaking to you!

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