In Southern California at our Los Angeles manufacturing plant, we have been basking in a late summer heatwave. September has brought high temperatures to California’s drought and fire stricken state, causing energy use for cooling and ventilation to reach peak demand levels leading to temporary unexpected power outages. While the conditions are a stark contrast to a wet and windy Hurricane Sandy that knocked out power across the northeast in October 2012, the resulting outages demonstrate the fragility of our energy infrastructure in the face of extreme conditions. read more
CODA BLOG : Company
It’s uncommon to come across a company of our size that has pursued and attained an international standard like ISO certification. At CODA Energy, we are uniquely driven to invest time and attention to ensure our processes are best in class from the outset, and that our environment is carefully managed.
Below are three reasons why we have put in the energy and effort to pursue ISO. read more
With commercial business electricity rates increasing (California rates have been rising 6-8% annually since 2000), the increased risks of brown outs and rolling black outs due to the decommissioning of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station, and the stresses placed on global fuel supply lines from climate change and political unrest, there has never been more of a need for adaptable energy solutions.
Here at CODA Energy, we approach this problem by building capacity for energy resilience. read more
First of all what is UL?
UL stands for Underwriters Laboratories. UL is a global independent safety science company with proven objectivity. UL develops global standards that ensure product safety, performance and compliance and uses those standards to test products, systems and services. read more
Welcome to the new CODA Energy blog. We’re going to use this space to share what we’re working on and what we’re thinking about.
Since 2011, our team has been working on a flexible energy storage system called the CODA Core. Its primary function is simple: store electricity using batteries.