energyOS recently launched its digital energy services platform eOS on AWS Marketplace to help utility companies implement clean energy capabilities. eOS will assist AWS customers in supporting their climate change commitments by providing a digital catalogue of clean and renewable energy services.

According to Stephen Kubicki, CEO, energyOS, “With eOS available on AWS Marketplace it’s quicker and easier than ever for power utilities worldwide to find support in the transition to clean energy. energyOS can focus on bringing the science of clean energy digital services to the market.”

In a statement, the company declared that “eOS is an operating system for energy.” The company claims that it uses low cost infrastructure across its core value propositions, being consumers, retailers, portfolios and network services. The energyOS team was first developed by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)and the team includes computer scientists that also developed the CSIRO platform. energyOS claims that its energy services architecture is the most sophisticated of its kind in assisting utilities with the transition to a green and clean decentralised energy system.

According to Sarah Bassett, Head of Western and South Australia, Natural Resources, AWS ANZ, “AWS is committed to running our business in the most environmentally friendly way possible, and we work with our customers and partners to enable them to be sustainable, and increase their energy efficiency using cloud technology.

“We are pleased AWS is energyOS’s cloud provider of choice and thrilled their products are now available on AWS Marketplace for electricity companies looking for a digital energy platform.”

AWS Consulting Partner, Preeti Bajaj, CEO of Modis Australia claims that the launch of eOS on AWS Marketplace “streamlines the entire procurement and billing experience.”

“The ability to bring next-generation cloud-native clean energy platforms like eOS to our clients is invaluable,” Bajaj says.

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