Galooli Joins Competitive Carriers Association (CCA)

Galooli Joins Competitive Carriers Association (CCA) & Officially Launches its North American Efforts

Dallas, TX, and Tampa Bay — April 12, 2022 – Galooli, a leading global provider of Energy Management and Optimization software, today announced it has joined Competitive Carriers Association (“CCA”) and will participate at the CCA Mobile Carriers show this week in Tampa Bay. 

Galooli is a global provider of energy management and optimization software designed to reduce energy, operational, and capital expenses while reducing the carbon footprint for telecom, mobile tower, datacenter, and smart energy infrastructure organizations.  CCA is the nation’s leading association for competitive wireless providers and stakeholders across the United States.

“Galooli provides energy efficiency software to telecom carriers around the world, many of which mirror the CCA member’s business and operations with large areas of coverage which often have remote operations,” said David LeClaire, Galooli’s North American executive vice president. “Joining CCA is a natural move for our company as we expand and move forward with our launch into North America.  We look forward to helping CCA members reduce their energy costs and carbon footprint.”

“We are delighted to welcome Galooli to CCA,” said CCA President & CEO Steven K. Berry. “CCA’s associate members play an integral role in the competitive carrier ecosystem, and Galooli’s expertise and innovative solutions will certainly be a valuable addition for the entire membership.”

About Galooli

Founded in 2009, Galooli provides energy management optimization software and services to thousands of customers across five continents.  Galooli’s customers span a variety of business and industries across telecommunications, data communications, and smart infrastructure. Harvesting and analyzing metadata from over 2 billion energy asset endpoints each day, Galooli reduces its customer’s energy costs and carbon footprint, while streamlining operations and ensuring sustainability.

About CCA​

CCA is the nation’s leading association for competitive wireless providers and stakeholders across the United States. Members range from small, rural carriers serving fewer than 5,000 customers to regional and nationwide providers serving millions of customers, as well as vendors and suppliers that provide products and services throughout the wireless communications ecosystem.

A new feature for Lithium-Ion Batteries!

New KPI tracking capabilities for Lithium Ion Batteries
New KPI tracking capabilities for Lithium Ion Batteries

Energy management is more than simply monitoring a single asset; getting a clear and wide picture of multiple assets, individually and comparatively, is the main challenge. As the number of Lithium-ion (LiB) and lead-acid batteries are the main source of backup /primary power of telecom sites, It is essential to actively monitor them to proactively prevent anomalies or failures and minimize on-site maintenance. 

 We at Galooli embraced this challenge to take energy management and efficiency to new levels. We have integrated sophisticated  AI-augmented analytics with our platform to maximize various power sources’ efficiency. Our solution provides users with live alerts if anything amiss occurs, now including industrial lithium-ion batteries  (LIB).  

So What’s New?

We have now added an innovative dashboard to Galooli’s platform, offering our users a comprehensive overview of their sites’  lithium-ion batteries  (LIB), the easy-to-navigate interface With the new dashboard, telecom site operators can get an overview of the following metrics for all of their batteries:    

  1. The total sites with Lithium-Ion Batteriesׁ 
  2. Number of connected and disconnected batteries     
  3. Voltage, current, SOC and temperature issues  
  4. Imbalance in battery performance from one or more modules in the cabinet 

What does this mean in practice?

Site operators are now able to highlight only the most relevant data points and get a specific picture of the site and problematic Lithium-Ion battery in question. A faulty or unbalanced battery is not only a problem on its own, but also places more strain on the rest of the batteries in the series. 

This strain reduces their lifespan and overall health and will force you to replace the batteries sooner. Often the battery storage unit is also most likely operating in an inefficient manner, necessitating other energy assets to pick up the slack. 

Not only does this feature maximize battery lifespan and OPEX savings, it enables our customers to rely more on renewable energy and less fossil fuels, reducing their overall carbon footprint. Monitoring live LiB battery performance will also reduce the potential energy load from other sources, and maximize battery health over a longer duration.