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Alternative Energy:

Renewable energy is becoming an increasingly important issue in today’s world. In addition to the rising cost of fossil fuels and the threat of Climate Change, there has also been positive developments in this field which include improvements in efficiency as well as diminishing prices.

All of this has increased the demand for alternative energy and accelerated the transition towards cleaner, more sustainable methods of electrical power. However, it is important to note that are many kinds – biomass, solar, wind, tidal, and geothermal power – and that each has its own share of advantages and drawbacks.


The most widely used form of renewable energy is biomass. Biomass simply refers to the use of organic materials and converting them into other forms of energy that can be used. Although some forms of biomass have been used for centuries – such as burning wood – other, newer methods, are focused on methods that don’t produce carbon dioxide.


Solar power (aka. photovoltaic) is one of the most popular, and fastest-growing, sources of alternative energy. Here, the process involves solar cells (usually made from slices of crystalline silicon) that rely on the photovoltaic (PV) effect to absorb photons and convert them into electrons. Meanwhile, solar-thermal power (another form of solar power) relies on mirrors or lenses to concentrate a large area of sunlight, or solar thermal energy (STE), onto a small area (i.e. a solar cell).

Today, solar power is also being increasingly used in grid-connected situations as a way to feed low-carbon energy into the grid. By 2050, the International Energy Agency anticipates that solar power – including STE and PV operations – will constitute over 25% of the market, making it the world’s largest source of electricity (with most installations being deployed in China and India).

Most renewable energy comes either directly or indirectly from the sun. Sunlight, or solar energy, can be used directly for heating and lighting homes and other buildings, for generating electricity, and for hot water heating, solar cooling, and a variety of commercial and industrial uses.

Wind Power:

Compared to other forms of renewable energy, wind power is considered very reliable and steady, as wind is consistent from year to year and does not diminish during peak hours of demand. Initially, the construction of wind farms was a costly venture. But thanks to recent improvements, wind power has begun to set peak prices in wholesale energy markets worldwide and cut into the revenues and profits of the fossil fuel industry.


Intelligent Agent Software Research & Development
Distributed Energy Resource Management
Technology & Market Assessments
Practical Energy Modeling Software Tools
Custom Database Development

DKMM works to develop new and innovative technologies that enhance the ability of our customers to buy and sell energy, monitor supply and demand, and monitor and maintain systems.

A changing regulatory environment and increased security concerns have energized the electric power industry at home and abroad. Electric utility companies realize that improved Productivity is essential to their long-term survival. As the electric power industry quickly evolves into an interconnected network of distributed resources, new technology is needed to facilitate electronic commerce within the utility industry.

DKMM energy industry technology development efforts progress on several fronts to keep clients competitive in this increasingly complex market environment. Strategies include:

Intelligent Software Agent Technology
Customized Visual Basic (VB),Java,.Net, Excel, Access and SQL Server Interface Applications
Custom Java-based Applications for Interactive Data Display
Intelligent Software Agents

The staff at DKMM believes that intelligent software agent technology plays a key role in a competitive market. Intelligent software agents communicate with their users and each other, helping to expedite transactions on a variety of platforms.

Customized VB, Java,.net, Excel, and Access Interface Development

Improved access and use of energy-related information is essential to both utility companies and their customers. DKMM develops and maintains customized Visual Basic, Java,.Net, Excel, and Access applications for use in the energy industry. These applications facilitate data entry, calculation, and viewing of energy use, cost, and savings associated with energy saving equipment.

DKMM developed custom applications, access applications that facilitate data entry, calculation of energy savings, and tracking of utility programs that promote installation of energy saving equipment.

Custom Java-based Applications for Interactive Data Display

DKMM software engineers develop Web-based data display and manipulation software such as “Ruby on Rails.