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Endecon Engineering has been designing, installing, monitoring, and evaluating distributed generation and storage systems for utilities, national laboratories, industry clients, and individuals since 1986.  Our results reach diverse audiences via technical papers, studies, and reports; the development of standards, utility rules, and legislation; conference presentations; workshops and focused training; and direct client interaction.   Our reputation for helping clients effectively apply these results in their products and processes reflects our commitment to high quality professional engineering services.

General areas of expertise include:

  • System and Component Evaluation (commercial and prototype)
  • Engineering Analysis and Studies
  • Training and Workshops
  • Technical Writing/Standards Development
  • Data Acquisition
  • Data Analysis and Reporting
  • Test system/Equipment Development
  • Hardware and Software Development
  • Distributed Generation and Storage Design and Installation
  • Project/Program Management

The following are brief descriptions of some past and current projects.  Our range of activities involves photovoltaics; energy storage; system design, installation, and evaluation; energy utilization and efficiency; training and information dissemination; data acquisition and analysis; and hardware and software development.

I. Component and System Evaluation/ Development


  1. Commonwealth Biogas/PV Mini-Grid Renewable Resources RD&D Program:  Building Integrated PV Testing and Evaluation Project
  2. PV Inverter Performance Characterization
  3. California Energy Commission Emerging Renewables Buydown Program
  4. Photovoltaics for Utility Scale Applications - PVUSA
  5. PV System Testing
  6. Module Energy Rating Methodology

B. Storage

  1. Sodium-Sulfur (NaS) Battery Performance Evaluation
  2. Storage Systems Analysis Database
  3. Zinc-Flow Battery Monitoring

C. Distributed Generation

  1. Distributed Utility Integration Test

D. Other

  1. Active Solar Thermal HVAC System Control

II. Technology Transfer

  1. Distributed Generation Interconnection Requirements
  2. California Rule 21
  3. IEEE 1547 Interconnection Standards
  4. Training
  5. PV Standards Development
  6. International Work

III. Design and Feasibility

  1. BP Solar Engineering Support
  2. Feasibility Studies

IV. Other Projects and Services

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