Resi-Station: California's Largest Virtual Power Plant

Creating Power by Saving Energy

OhmConnect rewards our customers for saving energy when the power grid is stressed due to the high demand for electricity.

How? Thousands of OhmConnect users plug their energy-hogging appliances into “smart” plugs, have smart thermostats, or other connected devices that automatically save energy at times of peak demand. We then gather together those energy savings, and sell them in the energy market -- and provide you with economic rewards for the savings you delivered.

Together, we’re building the residential network that will form the largest virtual power plant in North America.

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Resi-dential & Resi-lient

Resi-Station, North America’s largest distributed clean power plant, will link together hundreds of thousands of homes in California to save more than 550 Megawatts of power -- making the power grid more resilient to fires, heat waves and the effects of climate change.

OhmConnect:
Save Energy. Get Paid.

OhmConnect’s free, secure service helps you use energy when it’s cleanest and rewards you for saving when it’s dirty. OhmConnect’s mission is to engage consumers in managing their energy use by rewarding them for saving energy; and to battle climate change by reducing the need for fossil-fueled power and stabilizing the electric power grid.

OhmConnect is partnering with leading smart home device companies like Google Nest, Tesla, and TP-Link to make connected devices more accessible, and will offer affordable price points for OhmConnect customers participating in Resi-Station.

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Partner with OhmConnect to Build Resi-Station

OhmConnect partners with device manufacturers, aligned membership organizations and electricity providers to bring the benefits of energy conservation to millions of consumers. If you’re interested in exploring how your organization could become a partner in building Resi-Station, contact us today.

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