Simmitri – The Energy
SIM is an energy economy created for the future. He was born in an elite solar company known as Simmitri (simmitri.com), whose mission is to continue to build strong public relations while restoring the “balance of power” and moving towards the 21st century. A driver’s license is an economic bridge that tracks such links quickly and is driven by AI (AI), providing self-sufficient and decentralized networks, delivered via IoT, and audited by block-chain technology.
Established in 1995 as a family-owned company, Simmitri started by serving the people with roof quality, construction and electrical services. As the Master Elite roofer with GAF Materials Corporation, it is a natural progression to the sun. The Simmitri photovoltaic business has evolved into an energy efficiency service focused on corporate customers. We have installed and serviced energy through thousands of electric load panels by serving more than 4,000 customers in central California, California.
SIM is a cryptocurrency token generated from within our “SimBox”, built to balance the power between consumers, prosumer, innovators, and utilities. Each device acts as a node in our network – what we call Energi Benda
– whereas SIM provides a currency that will compensate the user based on performance improvement of the building.
In-building energy conservation efforts generate negative “Negawatt” kilowatt hours converted to automatic output of a SIM token that can be used for your economic gain. You can program SimBox to alert manual controls, or internal AI software can automatically address your energy conservation needs as you focus on better things in life.
Either way, SIM provides consumers and prosumers with incentives to reduce individual energy consumption, distribute to those in need and lighten our impressions of all the stamps on Mother Nature.
In March 2017, Simmitri recruited a core block-blind team of experts to research and develop innovative strategies to integrate intelligent and intelligent contracts and integrate energy management system approaches. Our vast background in the renewable energy market far surpasses our competitive advantage in a new and exciting world of energy delivery. Before integrating block-block technology, I think it would be better to lay the groundwork for start-up block-based energy chains rather than energy.
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The platform will use smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain to increase Ai’s transparency and automation. Because blockchain is used to store information about users and the use of household electricity per device, it will also execute parameters and initiate various performance-based gamifications, enabling users to quickly earn a respectable income and exchange their cryptocurrency to fiat currency and transfer directly to the card debit
Excellent Customer Service Through Data
Collecting data points from our 4000+ clients has become the cornerstone of moving toward artificial intelligence as a new service from Simmitri. When analyzing user behavior data with other energy forecast data points such as; time, weather, location, provider and much more, data begins to show us best practices for conserving or producing energy. It provides a comprehensive energy analysis, enabling participants to systematically produce the greatest rewards
Placing AI into the Electrical Load Panel
The smart box – powered by our artificial intelligence, Simi – makes SimBox a synchrophaser, smart meter, and crpytocurrency mining rig all in one. Ai measures the flow of electricity through building networks in real time, enabling users to actively manage and avoid interference and detect inefficiencies. Sensors throughout the network communicate with the grid and modify the use of electricity at busy times, thereby reducing the workload of the grids, lowering prices and compensating our customers.
1. Investment in Grid Modernization
Utilities, innovators, and consumers are aware of the dated infrastructure that is our network. The momentum of the US public program has become the mainstream for not only tax incentives and credits, but also stimulus grants issued to break the burden of grid modernization as well as implementing unique new innovations that are proven to help with reliability and sustainability. $ 3.4 billion is managed by the Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability (OE) in recent years to help the whole grid industry in reliability and efficiency efforts to help accelerate the deployment of advanced technologies similar to those developed by Simmitri. In addition, the Department of Energy (DOE) has joined the movement in 2016 with the Grid Modernization Initiative (GMI),
2. Investment in Blockchain + Energy
Over the past year: $ 324MM has been invested in blockchain projects in the energy sector. 5 Currently there are 122+ companies working to incorporate blockchain into the energy market in the United States, and 40 additional projects internationally. The unique simmitry in this innovator group because we created the only blockchain supported by AI in our energy solutions. With that said, currently there are only a few energy coins that have paved the way to invest into this platform on the exchange. The SIM token will be one of them.
3. Primary Market Market Drivers
smart grid is in the pace to grow 15% in the next two years. The investment that flows into technologies that manage energy consumption and improve building performance is a key driver for this market. Another major driver is customer involvement 6. Never before in the history of electricity management has the consumer become so involved in this sector.
Now consumers are proactive and buy HEMS products that they can communicate with what their energy wants and needs to help serve themselves, their neighbors, and the whole network more effectively.
Another big factor to consider in driving the smart grid market is the need for distributed energy resources (DER). DER was introduced in recent years because solar adoption and storage became more common in the housing market. Now, intelligent networks can rely on a small percentage (about 10%) of consumers to generate their own energy from their own investments and act as active participants not only creating enough power for their own buildings but now can resell energy to the grid.
Intelligent Grid Energy Problems
1. Market Segment Challenges
In the utility industry, slow solar growth is expected to continue in 2017 and 2018 before potentially rebounding in 2019, due to the utility focus on future projects coming online by 2019 or later. Some projects have been delayed, as potential customers are hesitant to sign a power purchase agreement until the trading case is resolved. The commercial sector seems to exhibit long-term potential as energy managers in various industries become more educated about the opportunities of the sun and as more efficient financing structures emerge.
Consumers Consumers are prohibited from conducting their own real-time energy audits. Additionally, they are unable to review energy-efficient custom options per device from audits and are bound by the rules and costs of utility companies. Finally, consumers are not centivized precisely to be energy efficient. However, consumers are interested in controlling their energy costs.
Utility Enterprise Adoption Issues
When utilities confront disturbing changes on a number of fronts, they are trying to change their business model to adapt to shifting market trends. But while the utilities know their current model needs to be changed, it’s easier said than done. The attitude of utility executives about business model reform has remained relatively constant over the past year. For the second year running, state setting models and technology integration are emerging on the list of obstacles to the evolution of utility business models. Consumer costs and internal resistance to change back complete the top four, although respondents are more concerned about the cost of this year’s change than the latter. The reform of the utility business model is supervised and facilitated by state regulatory commissions,
Network Solution Simmitri
Distributed Energy Resources (DER) Distributed energy resources (DER)
is a controlled power source or load that is directly connected to a local distribution system or connected to a host facility in a local distribution system. During times of high energy demand and when the grid is emphasized, 19 utility companies dispatch Simmitri Cloud requests to aggregate customers to reduce consumption as a demand response initiative.
Simmitri provides tools for current utility and government energy savings for programs to be more efficient and effective by significantly affecting the time imbalance between peak demand and renewable energy production, also referred to as “duck curve”
Design, technical specifications and production line strategy for Simibox
List of basic and secondary rules for SIMI AI functions
Simmitri Token (SIM) applied to be listed on the crytpocurrency exchange (s)
Customer wallet (dashboard) Equipped for turn and transfer
Testing integration of blockchain data and data in open API network
Establishing market maturity for implementation and partners (analysis)
Simibox prototype produced v.01
Launch smart home incubator program
Beta testing for local market sample groups
Simibox integration into the current list of subscribers and pipelines
Metric analysis of beta testers
Applications submitted for state incentives for renewable energy providers
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White Paper: http: //token.simmitri.com/assets/pdf/SIM_White_Paper.pdf