Company Name: GridBeyond
Headquarters: Dublin, Ireland
Headcount: 40+ people
Profile: GridBeyond is a leading provider of smart grid services in the demand side sector in the UK and Ireland with more than 40 employees.
The company, founded in 2007 in Dublin, uses world-class technology to assist in balancing the electricity grid, enabling the integration of more renewables, and delivering enhanced benefits to large energy consumers.
GridBeyond aims to simplify the complex energy market by bringing together balancing services, capacity, smart tariffing, energy trading, peak avoidance and energy optimisation into one unified, award-winning platform.
Since its launch, the company have successfully deployed its platform at over 350 sites in the UK and Ireland, and is actively controlling flexible demand across a range of sectors, including industrial, manufacturing, metals, plastics, paper, food, transport and logistics, to name a few.
Earlier this year, GridBeyond developed and released commercially a hybrid battery and demand network solution for fast dynamic frequency response grid balancing, the first of its kind in the world.
With its HQ in Dublin, and two offices in London and Cork, the company continues to innovate and expand across the energy markets, making the most lucrative energy services open to end customers.
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