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Energy Production and Storage

Build IoT-enabled solutions for a sustainable energy production and storage.

Rising global temperatures and soaring man-made CO2 emissions amplify climate concerns

Pledges for clean energy, guided by the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, along with the depletion of coal resources and sky-high energy costs are driving dramatic changes in the energy landscape.

Renewable energy sources gain ground because of their widespread availability and environmentally-friendly nature. Supplementing existing resources, renewables are playing a major role in energy load management.

Unlock Energy Transition with Wireless Communication

Wireless communication brings great flexibility, control, and automation to renewable power systems. In addition to gathering sensor data from the edge and enabling remote operations over a wide range of assets, wireless solutions ensure maximum energy output.

Migrating to smart energy solutions ensures greater safety and reliability for both consumers and the utility workforce. With increased visibility across the device ecosystem and with computing power at the edge, any possible threats and incidents are addressed promptly -- or even before they occur. Programmed to take action in real-time, when dangerous conditions or equipment tampering are detected, smart devices can automatically trigger a safety shutoff or send alarms to utility personnel.

Device makers are uniquely positioned to help drive progress towards net-zero goals. Explore our wireless solutions across electric vehicle (EV) charging, solar photovoltaic (PV) systems, battery storage, and more.

Additional Products and Services

Explore your IoT Training with Works With 2023 On-Demand Sessions

Works With 2023 featured expert-led IoT training, including more than 40 technical sessions across six tracks, and you can watch all of them on-demand here. This curriculum features the latest trends, tools, and design techniques for developers and will dive deep into the technologies driving the IoT. You can start with your wireless technology by clicking the links below.

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