ElectricFish Receives New U.S. Patent

CoRe Score patent

March 8, 2022

Fremont, CA – ElectricFish Energy, Inc. (“ElectricFish”), an energy infrastructure company, today announced that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has issued a new patent No. #11,270,243, which strengthens its position as an innovator in the distributed energy resources and EV fast charging markets. 

 

The patent, titled “System and Method for Electrical Grid Management, Risk Mitigation, and Resilience”, covers the company’s novel system for computing optimal site decisioning to balance grid resilience and EV charging demand with distributed energy resources. 

 

“This issued patent augments our ability to de-risk deployment of critical infrastructure to support rapid and resilient transport electrification”, said Vince Wong, co-founder and COO of ElectricFish. 

 

Data will be at the center of this critical shift in energy infrastructure. ElectricFish’s data intelligence tool, CoReScore™ (Community Resilience Score™), uses a unique blend of public and proprietary data elements from electrical local grid (hosting) capacity, vehicle trip data, socio-economic demographic, climate triggered outage risks, among others, to choose the most impactful locations to deploy and operate their infrastructure. 

 

The patent captures the methodology of leveraging machine learning on these datasets to predict and plan distributed infrastructure to support community recovery amid extreme weather events, plan for renewable energy adoption, and anticipate increasing demand from vehicle electrification.


About ElectricFish

ElectricFish Energy, Inc. was founded in 2019 by battery researchers, hardware engineers, and repeat founders to power a more sustainable, resilient, and equitable energy future. ElectricFish is headquartered in Fremont, CA, and is a climate tech company building and deploying innovative energy infrastructure solutions to power a grid-resilient transition for electric vehicles.