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Bosch Software Innovations has announced that Green Charge Networks is integrating Bosch's Visual Rules product into GridSynergy, an energy management solution to provide utilities with real-time status updates, decision aids and recommended options for load relief.

According to Bosch, Visual Rules offers a graphical approach, scalability and high-volume speed performance. The solution helps process real-time data and provide available options for strategically relieving peak loads for grid operators. In addition, the rules engine serves as the back end, which processes utility asset data to flag certain contingency conditions and to suggest mitigation actions, the company adds.

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