Provider of electromechanical equipment and services for the hydropower market, Andritz Hydro, is joining the international Gilboa Iris pilot project, a distributed grid and peer-to-peer (P2P) community energy trading project led by FSight Energy Ltd.
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The project will deploy FSight’s Energy AI platform at Maale Gilboa’s facilities in northern Israel, where it will manage energy consumption, production, storage and P2P trading within the Kibbutz community, driving efficiency across the grid, reducing costs and enabling a sustainable community.
Andritz is a provider of plants, equipment and services for several markets and Andritz Hydro is one of the leading global suppliers of electromechanical equipment and services for hydropower plants.
As part of the Gilboa Iris Project, Andritz is joining FSight’s consortium of international leading companies to explore how AI technologies can help optimise Distributed Energy Resources, together with pumped storage optimisation and P2P trading.