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TeMix envisions an electricity future where every party, large and small, invests in and operates their electricity devices (generators, batteries, air conditioners, electric vehicles, and more) for their benefit while transacting with other parties, to buy and sell electricity where the price is known before the transaction and the seller is bound to deliver and the buyer is bound to take and pay for the electricity that is transacted. Aided by “set and forget” device automation and simple, fast transaction systems most parties can benefit if they choose to participate.

Legislatures and regulators will set rules for the electricity transactions including environmental and equity rulemaking. The overall goal is a sustainable grid that is efficient, economic, fair, and clean.

TeMix’s goal is to provide simple and powerful transaction systems and automation to support this future.

The TeMix leadership and team of highly experienced software, optimization scientists and engineers internally develop, maintain, and operate the TeMix products and systems.

TeMix is the leading transactive energy software and services company world-wide. TeMix works on both sides of the meter. TeMix principals have been instrumental in creating transactive energy standards and protocols. Our products apply state-of-the-art digital technology, AI, and IoT.

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Creating a transactive energy future

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The middle row shows the tendered retail electricity price in $/kWh for the next 5-minute, 15-minute and one-hour intervals up to the last hour of tomorrow. The start time for each interval is shown in the top row. The prices use current wholesale California ISO locational prices for the Moorpark Southern California Edison transmission substation augmented by scarcity prices for distribution, resource adequacy and flexible resource adequacy based on an experimental tariff.

The bottom row shows the forecasted marginal Lbs of CO2 or Green House Gases (GHG) released per kWh for the same intervals. The CHG estimates are from WattTime.org.

The ticker automatically updates from time to time based on the California ISO publication schedule.