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GridPoint is an innovator in comprehensive, data-driven energy management solutions (EMS) that leverage the power of real-time data collection, big data analytics and Cloud Computing to maximize energy savings, operational efficiency, capital utilization and sustainability benefits.

GridPoint’s integrated energy management portfolio of asset-level submetering and monitoring, intelligent control, energy management software and professional services can generate 10-30% energy savings and an 18-36 month payback.

GridPoint solutions are deployed at over 12,000 sites with over 64 billion customer data points collected to date, and 100 million added daily. Customers include: 7 of the top 20 quick serve restaurants, 4 of the top 10 casual dining restaurants, 3 of 20 convenience growth chains, 7 of 10 top 10 retailers by total sales, leading commercial and industrial enterprises and major government and educational institutions.

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It offers GridPoint energy management hardware that include submetering, and advanced monitoring devices that enable the management and measurement of energy Endpoints, including Controllers, submeters, thermostats, and sensors. Its Cloud based software platform, GridPoint Energy Manager, monitor and manage energy-consuming assets, such as HVAC and lighting systems. As per the company GridPoint solutions are deployed at over 12,000 sites with over 64 billion customer data points collected to date, and 100 million added daily. It also develops software platform to integrate renewable energy into the grid, as well as manage energy conveyance from the grid to the plug-in charger for electric vehicles.

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GridPoint is a provider of Industrial IoT hardware design and engineering services, and software design and engineering services services, and also active in the automotive, and buildings industries.
Platform as a Service (PaaS)
Data Management Platforms
Use Cases
Building Energy Management
Facility Management
Hardware Design & Engineering Services
Software Design & Engineering Services
GridPoint’s Technology Stack maps GridPoint’s participation in the IoT technology stack.
  • Application Layer
  • Functional Applications
  • Cloud Layer
  • Platform as a Service
    Infrastructure as a Service
  • Edge Layer
  • Automation & Control
    Processors & Edge Intelligence
  • Devices Layer
  • Robots
  • Supporting Technologies
  • Analytics & Modeling
    Application Infrastructure & Middleware
    Cybersecurity & Privacy
    Networks & Connectivity
Technological Capability
Number of Case Studies8
How Demand Response Improved Cost Savings
Power supply is critical to Five Star Call Centers. They’ve built a solid reputation for providing consistent, reliable, and friendly customer care, and a loss of power could wreak havoc on their business. To prevent service disruptions, the company has an uninterruptible power supply on-site, as well as a backup generator.The generator was necessary, but almost never used, and there were monthly expenses to maintain it. GridPoint recognized the opportunity to help Five Star turn an idle resource into a revenue-producing, grid-interactive asset.
Ampler Holdings' Efficiency Improvement and Cost Savings with GridPoint
Ampler Holdings, a quick-service restaurant platform owning 347 restaurants, including over 80 Burger King locations, was facing a series of challenges related to energy management. The company had no Energy Management System in place, leading to inconsistent operational control and unnecessary energy use, such as lights being left on overnight. There was also a lack of automation for energy needs, resulting in situations like dining room lights not being turned on in the morning. The HVAC set points were inefficient and lacked standardization, and there was no visibility into the health of the HVAC systems. These challenges were exacerbated by the fact that Ampler had assembled its portfolio of restaurants in a relatively short timeframe, and was therefore focused on operational improvements and insights.
National Retail Chain's Journey to Net Zero with Data-Driven Solutions
The Minnesota-based national retail chain, with nearly 2000 stores and 50 supply chain facilities across the US, was committed to achieving net zero by 2040. To reach this goal, the retailer had been implementing energy-saving strategies in their existing and new store designs since the 1990s. However, they faced challenges in managing their path to net zero. They were using utility bill data, engineering estimates, and energy modeling to plan, implement, and validate capital investments in energy-consuming assets and confirm ongoing operational efficiency. However, they lacked clear benchmarks for success. Additionally, they were deploying significant refrigeration equipment as part of their strategy to bring fresh groceries to every store, but they did not have a portfolio-wide view of energy-consuming assets to measure the full impact on energy usage. They needed an enterprise platform that provides asset-level, real-time data to support this deployment.
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