Paul Angerame Patent Application For an IOT Energy Device

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Paul Angerame patent application for an IOT energy device Paul Angerame is an energy infrastructure executive currently working with AVATU/TSE/PFS/Infinity. He is in charge of developing and executing system improvements, as well as dealing with a number of privately-owned companies at various growth stages and holding/exit plans. He has contributed immensely towards the fields of infrastructure, renewable energy, electrification, EV adoption, telecommunications, protect, modernizing electrical utility systems, and electrification. Paul Angerame excels at distilling complexity into simplicity in order to make difficult concepts approachable and has excellent interpersonal communication skills. He is a driven, aspiring self-starter with expertise in running start-up companies, publicly traded companies, and private equity-backed projects.

Paul Angerame collaborated extensively with the leadership team of experts from throughout the globe to establish markets, operations, and resources for organizational growth. He has expertise in the fields of architecture, telecommunications, electrification, Paul Angerame the use of electric vehicles, and the


modernization of electrical utilities. Additionally, he has vast knowledge in the fields of electrification, renewable energy, and infrastructure. On 7th July 2022, Paul Angerame submitted a patent application for the invention of an INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT) ENERGY DEVICE FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY-BASED MICRO-GRID INFRASTRUCTURE. The present invention, according to Paul Angerame, aims to make it simple to install and maintain the device, enable widespread use of renewable energy, make installation and maintenance more inexpensive, and do away with the need for pricey centralized solutions. The greatest threat to the current infrastructure comes from the expansion of renewable energy sources. Poor management can generate serious grid instabilities since renewable energy sources are unstable. The original centralized design has to be rapidly modified because it is dated and failing. The market is increasingly favoring a method that uses dispersed energy resources and a decentralized paradigm. These include companies that produce renewable energy sources including solar, wind, and hydro. There is now a universal consensus that energy sources and users should be as close as possible, in contrast to the centralized grid paradigm. Using a balance of system devices, electricity pro users can send excess energy generated by renewable energy sources to the grid. Due to the expensive nature, Paul Angerame challenging nature of the installation, and management requirements of such equipment, the grid's infrastructure cannot handle the increasing percentage of renewable energy sources. Because of this, the industry has come to recognize the need for an improved pro-consumer device that allows for better control of microgrids and a plan for managing the energy infrastructure, as well as the necessity of encouraging customers to utilize renewable energy sources. This is why Paul Angerame's latest invention's primary objective is to give microgrids better administration, two-way communication, and Internet of Things capabilities. Encouragement of individuals to use renewable energy sources to power their homes, workplaces, and other comparable structures is another objective of the current concept.