Because of the success of LOBOS DR technology, Enerliance is now part of the U.S. Green Building Council’s Demand Response Partnership Program (DRPP). The USGBC invited Enerliance to join them, along with NV Energy, Melrok, the Environmental Defense Fund and Southern California Edison, in order to further develop the guidelines for LEED Pilot Credit 8: Demand Response. To this end, Enerliance gathers data from buildings before, after and during demand response events and reports relevant findings to the DRPP.
Enerliance serves on the board of The Peak Load Management Alliance (PLMA). Founded in 1999 as the national voice of demand response practitioners, PLMA is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing resources and advocacy towards critical energy management initiatives.
Enerliance supports the OpenADR Alliance and contributes our practical experience OpenADR community. The Alliance was created to standardize, automate and simplify DR to enable utilities to cost-effectively meet growing energy demand, and customers to control their energy future. Together we are creating the future of demand response today.
Enerliance deploys LOBOS on the LynxSpring® JENEsys™® suite of tools. This provides a reliable, proven platform for our customers and end-users.
Enerliance is proud to be a member of the Niagara Community, so of course LOBOS uses the NiagaraAX software framework to ensure compatibility with a wide variety of devices and sensors found in large buildings today.
LOBOS uses SkySpark by SkyFoundry to visualize and interpret critical data.