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Efficiently monitor and control your renewable energy assets in real time

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Distributed energy resources (DERs) like solar panels, wind generation units, and battery storage are democratizing energy by empowering consumers to become producers, or prosumers.

We help you innovate to address DERs, harness data for actionable insight, improve operational excellence, delight customers and protect the business.

Our renewables expertise includes asset optimization, renewables management, digital energy, asset and resource management and secure tracking.

For example, CGI's Renewables Management System (RMS) platform—which monitors and controls 8,000 generators (wind, solar, hydro) in 12 countries—enables proactive and efficient management of renewable assets. It provides greater insight into operations and analyzes key performance indicators to facilitate timely, strategic decision making, leading to greater efficiency, reduced downtime and optimized performance. 

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Building an integrated, green hydrogen ecosystem

Hydrogen is one of the building blocks of a carbon-neutral future. Through actionable data insights and smart digital solutions, we help energy companies accelerate the energy transition and achieve leadership positions in an integrated hydrogen economy. Our solutions and services are based on decades of experience in and beyond the energy and utilities sectors, including manufacturing, retail, transportation, space and open financial trading. 

Read more about how our expertise and success in building, integrating and running core energy ecosystem solutions uniquely positions us to support the digitization of a hydrogen economy

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Building an integrated, green hydrogen ecosystem

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Webinar recording: To DER or not to DER - is that a valid question?

This recording of a June 15, 2021 webinar hosted by KX and CGI explores the recent Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) 2222 ruling and its impact on North American energy markets. In September 2020, the FERC approved Order 2222, a ruling that enables distributed energy resource (DER) aggregators to compete in all regional organized wholesale electric markets. The new rule is intended to break down barriers to the adoption of new technologies to enhance competition, encourage innovation and reduce costs for consumers.