As an Energy Provider, helping to facilitate change within your large C+I customers' facility footprint is not an easy task. Yet grid instability and technological change are strong catalysts for driving greater efficiencies and managing energy consumption better so your C+I customers can realize significant cost savings. Quite often, the biggest impediment to realizing energy management goals is the inability to connect and unleash real-time data from the energy assets your C+I customers already have. That’s why, for more than a decade, we’ve focused on providing universal connectivity first. 

Blue Pillar's Aurora® Energy Network-of-Things® platform connects all Energy Things® into one open secure platform. And with our Energy Network-as-a-Service (ENaaS) solution, we provide you with a low-cost, no-touch way to get your customer assets connected so you can receive real-time data and make more informed market decisions. ENaaS allows you to unlock the barriers that stand in the way of providing real-time energy data and control. You get the most easy-to-implement connectivity solution available on the market, which ultimately translates into a genuine competitive advantage for your business.

What We Connected: ESP Energy Management Use Case



Have access to real-time energy consumption


Of organizations say reaching their energy management goals will create a competetive advantage


More than 40% of utility bills are attributed to peak demand charges


By centralizing data from all distributed generation assets into the heart of an Energy Service Provider's commercial operations, Blue Pillar's Aurora Energy Network-of-Things platform can optimize a fleet of assets as a Virtual Power Plant (VPP) for its wholesale market and retail customers. With this new centralized energy management capability, Energy Service Providers can take advantage of operational efficiencies within the fleet that can create competitive advantage but also the delivery of new revenue generating services to C+I customers who require higher levels of energy resiliency, efficiency and self-sufficiency.