Device types benefiting from OpenADR

Thermostat / HVAC manufacturers

Water Heating

Lighting Controls

Solar, Storage and Inverters

EV Charging

Building Management Systems

Industrial Controls

Demand Response Aggregators

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Regulatory Requirement

California code Title 24 requires new buildings to be OpenADR compliant. In turn, product manufacturers will need to be OpenADR compliant to continue serving customers in California. Find out more in this blog post.

Increase product sales

Savvy customers know that they can save money by participating in demand response and seek products that help them do so. Utilities incentivize the purchase of devices that can participate in their demand response rates, unlocking more sales.

New revenue streams

Product manufacturers that can offer services to shake, shift, shimmy, and shape load to aggregators and load serving entities can get paid for that service. Some product manufacturers expect to make more money from providing these services than they from selling the devices!

Why NOVA?

Implement and certify in days, not months

Write less code

Focus on business logic, not OpenADR logic

Run in the cloud or on device

Certification guarantee!

Join dozens of customers that have implemented NOVA!

Download our case study to learn now Braeburn implemented OpenADR with NOVA in days in response to regulatory requirements

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