|No Middle Ground: The Importance of Power Management Solutions for Supermarkets|
|John Lerch—Tuesday, March 12, 2019|
Energy is a supermarket’s third-largest cost, after real estate and employee costs. This is primarily driven by the refrigeration system, which uses 55%
of the electricity in an average store.
|What is Exergy, and How Did It End up in Our Name?|
|Turner Anderson—Thursday, February 28, 2019|
For those among us who weren’t fortunate enough to take a thermodynamics course in high school or university, the first thought when seeing our company
name is probably something about typos or apocryphal words. However, exergy is a well-defined concept in thermodynamics, and understanding it is the
first step to understanding why our CTO and co-founder, Anthony Diamond, decided on the name Axiom Exergy.
|Energy Storage and the New Grid - Highlights from the ASHRAE 2019 Winter Conference|
|John Lerch—Wednesday, January 30, 2019|
|Five Things Utilities Should Consider for Energy Storage|
|John Lerch—Friday, June 08, 2018|
Across the country, increased energy storage deployments are being spurred by customers looking to gain more control over their energy bills and utilities
aiming to build resilience and flexibility into their grid operations.
|Opportunities in a changing electrical grid|
|John Lerch—Friday, January 26, 2018|
In 2006, the US Department of Energy created forecasts for all generation sources and it’s prediction for installed solar generation was a massive 4,813 percent shy of the 2016 reality. Wind also crushed the 10 year forecast by 361 percent.
|“Supermarkets are changing, but the cold chain isn’t going anywhere”|
|John Lerch—Tuesday, August 29, 2017|
Ever since the announcement that Amazon is acquiring Whole Foods, we’ve been getting some version of the same question from partners, customers, and investors:
“What does this mean for Axiom?”
|A Paradigm Shift for Smarter, Greener Refrigeration|
|Travis O'Guin—Monday, July 24, 2017|
Refrigeration represents almost 10 percent of energy consumed in the entire US, yet there’s been very little innovation in the industry or technology
to allow building operators to save money and energy. This is in stark contrast with other industrial processes, such as HVAC and lighting, which
have seen significant gains in both efficiency and management controls.
|The New Energy Paradigm and the Rise of Specialized Distributed Energy Resources|
|Ryan Adelman—Tuesday, April 04, 2017|
The electricity grid is experiencing a historically rapid transformation in North America. Originally designed as a regulated, vertically integrated energy
generation and delivery monopoly, various forces and factors are turning this model on its ear and these changes portend significant market adaptations
for every member of the value chain.
|VERGE Hawaii 2016 Accelerate: Axiom Exergy|
|Ryan Adelman—Thursday, September 01, 2016|
View Amrit Robbin's award winning pitch at VERGE Hawaii 2016: Video
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|The State of the Behind-The-Meter “Battery” Market|
|Amrit Robbins—Thursday, January 14, 2016|
The energy storage revolution was off and running well before Tesla announced its much-lauded Powerwall and the monolithic GigaFactory, promising to drive
down lithium battery costs and make battery storage more widely available. The prospect of low-cost batteries powering our cars, buildings and extending
the reach of renewables has triggered a tidal wave of investment and entrepreneurial focus.