We live in a world where close to 2 billion people do not have access to reliable energy sources. This access is essential in lifting countries and communities out of poverty. Simultaneously, the world is facing a growing climate crisis with GHG emissions from power generation and transport being a significant contributor to global warming. These urgent issues inspire our team at BluWave-ai.
BluWave-ai formed in 2017 around the idea of bringing innovations in artificial Intelligence, edge computing, and cloud-based super-computing to the world of distributed renewable energy. The goal of BluWave-ai is to drive the transition from a centralized, carbon-based energy model to the point where clean energy can be produced and efficiently consumed by almost anyone, anywhere, aided by advanced real-time computing to optimize its generation and use.
Power output from renewable energy sources like wind and solar fluctuates and is inherently difficult for operators to manage and balance efficiently with demand. Operators in the transport sector are also faced with operational and capital expenditure challenges integrating clean, electric vehicles to replace their fossil-fueled fleet. This results in clean energy being under-utilized, with operators relying on fossil fuels as a fallback. BluWave-ai’s grid energy optimization platform balances the cost, availability, and carbon footprint of different energy sources and energy storage, with consumers and energy demand in real-time.
We work with electricity utilities, enterprises, vehicle fleet operators, grid-connected enterprises large campuses, government operations, net zero communities, and remote/off-grid clients around the globe to make their hardware investments smarter with our AI-enabled SaaS software. We are improving the efficiency of renewable energy use by 10-20 percent.
BluWave-ai is building the world's premier renewable energy AI company and has won regional, national and international awards. Our team includes a unique blend of power systems electrical engineering experts and applied data scientists from ten different countries, all committed to helping drive the energy transition to a decarbonized economy around the planet