MESA Supporters

These companies and institutions support MESA standards
in their products or provide support for MESA-based projects.

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pse logo stacked_87Puget Sound Energy has been meeting the Puget Sound region’s energy needs for more than 135 years. PSE employs a strategy of energy generation, acquisition and integrated resource planning to continue to provide safe, efficient and low-cost energy.

“We see a need for common standards for the energy storage supply chain.  Just as modularity and interoperability have lowered costs and increased performance in the personal computer industry, so too can common standards help make energy storage more cost-effective.” — Kimberly Harris, CEO, Puget Sound Energy

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Snohomish County PUD is the sSnoPUD Logoecond largest publicly owned utility in Washington, serving over 320,000 electric customers and 20,000 water customers. Their service territory covers over 2,200 square miles, including all of Snohomish County and Camano Island.

“MESA will drive plug-and-play components that will help lower costs for energy storage systems.  Cost-effective storage is required for today’s electric grid that depends more and more on intermittent resources such as wind and solar.” — Steve Klein, G.M., Snohomish County P.U.D.

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Sunspec Logo_120SunSpec Alliance is a global trade association of solar PV industry participants pursuing information standards for the distributed energy industry.

“SunSpec standards address operational aspects of photovoltaic power plants on the smart grid thus reducing cost, promoting technology innovation, and accelerating industry growth.  The MESA standards do the same thing for the energy storage market and offer a natural complement to our efforts at SunSpec to grow the distributed energy industry.” — Tom Tansy, Chairman, SunSpec

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Alstom logo_87Alstom is the world leader in integrated power plants for the production of electricity and air quality control systems. Alstom has solutions for all energy sources (coal, gas, nuclear, fuel-oil, hydropower, wind) and is a leader in innovative technologies for the protection of the environment (reduction of CO2 emissions, elimination of pollutant emissions).

“We are excited to help advance a new generation of energy storage solutions using MESA standards.” — Karim El-Naggar, Alstom Grid V.P. of Network Management Solutions

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LGChem Logo_87Known as the largest chemical company in South Korea, LG Chem extends its chemical expertise into Petrochemicals, IT & Electronic Materials and Energy Solution.

“MESA’s modularity, scalability and interoperability will facilitate the widespread adoption of energy storage and reach a broader range of customers and applications.” — Sunghoon Jang, Vice President of the Energy Solution Company at LG Chem.

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Parker Logo_87Parker Hannifin is the world’s leading diversified manufacturer of motion and control technologies and systems, providing precision-engineered solutions for a wide variety of mobile, industrial and aerospace markets. The company employs approximately 60,000 people in 48 countries around the world.

“MESA is an important innovation in grid-connected energy storage. Its modularity, scalability and interoperability will let the PCS and other Parker products reach a broader range of customers and applications.” — Jim Hoelscher, General Manager of Parker Hannifin’s Global Energy Grid Tie Division

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UET LogoUniEnergy Technologies (UET) produces and delivers large-scale energy storage systems for utility and grid, micro-grid, commercial and industrial, and other applications of value. The core technology is the Uni.System™, an advanced vanadium flow battery.

“MESA holds the promise of optimizing the benefits to utilities of operating our advanced vanadium flow battery to take full advantage of its ‘all-in-one’ capabilities across the full range of power and energy applications. We look forward to many projects ahead utilizing the MESA approach.”  Gary Yang, CEO, UniEnergy Technologies.

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1Energy_Logo_RGB_small1Energy Systems provides communications, management, and optimization software for component-based energy storage systems and other electric energy assets, serving electric utilities and others in a wide range of applications.

“Using MESA for grid-connected energy storage is like using the proven software and communication standards –USB, HTTP, WiFi, XML, etc. – which have delivered so much value to computing and the Internet. MESA lets 1Energy focus on simply writing great software, to make energy storage systems deliver more value for our utility customers.” — David Kaplan, CEO, 1Energy Systems

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