INOAC selects Stem for 2.5 MWh of AI-powered energy storage in Canada

By Michelle Froese Stem, the global provider of artificial intelligence (AI)-driven energy storage services, is deploying a 2.5-MWh energy storage system in St. Mary’s, Ontario at INOAC Interior Systems. INOAC, a supplier to the automotive industry. The system will save money and help reduce the expensive electricity peaks that impact all electricity consumers in the province.
A battery is only as valuable as the platform that operates it. Stem is the first to use artificial intelligence to learn, predict, and optimize energy in real-time. Athena collects data at a rate of 400 megabytes per minute to continually fine-tune its algorithms. Learn more here.
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