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ResponsiveLoad

rltec.com

Founded Year

1999

About ResponsiveLoad

RLtec is a clean technology company, providing patented dynamic demand and smart grid solutions that reduce carbon emissions and costs of electricity generation by balancing grid frequency.

Headquarters Location

70 Ditchling Road

BN1 4SG,

United Kingdom

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ResponsiveLoad Patents

ResponsiveLoad has filed 1 patent.

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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

11/29/2010

3/12/2013

Options (finance), Electric power distribution, Energy economics, Derivatives (finance), Economic planning

Grant

Application Date

11/29/2010

Grant Date

3/12/2013

Title

Related Topics

Options (finance), Electric power distribution, Energy economics, Derivatives (finance), Economic planning

Status

Grant

ResponsiveLoad Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was ResponsiveLoad founded?

    ResponsiveLoad was founded in 1999.

  • Who are ResponsiveLoad's competitors?

    Competitors of ResponsiveLoad include PowerHouse Dynamics, Energate, Sensus Metering Systems, Alert Me, Ener-G-Rotors and 11 more.

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