Energy analysts are looking at how Ambit has found a way to make the power grid more efficient.
The company is the world’s first energy-focused utility.
Ambit, which is headquartered in New York, is an investor in several big energy companies, including EnergyOne, Chesapeake Energy, and SunPower.
It has also made strides in the emerging field of energy efficiency.
The company has invested in a project in Texas to build more efficient solar farms and in solar thermal power plants in the United Kingdom and Germany.
The energy industry is growing faster than the nation’s population, and many utilities are using technology that could help keep the lights on.
That’s where Ambit comes in.
Ambit Energy’s technology could allow utilities to reduce their energy consumption while also making the power system more efficient, the company said in a press release announcing the company’s investment.
The new project in New England is part of the company�s effort to become a global leader in energy efficiency, said Ambit president and CEO Stephen T. Pemberton.
The project uses an energy-saving technology called the EnergyNet technology.
Amble has been testing this technology in some of the world�s most efficient wind turbines.
The power system in the turbines is 100% renewable and uses only the least amount of energy possible.
Pemberton said the Energy Net technology is one of the most promising ways to reduce the amount of power a system uses, and Ambit�s technology could be a critical part of that process.
The energy efficiency could make energy systems more energy efficient, he said.
Amble is developing the Energy Network, a system that could bring distributed solar to markets that haven�t yet seen the benefit of solar.
The Energy Network is a new technology that lets customers install solar panels on their own rooftops, and the power companies get a cut of the solar panels� energy.
Ambli also is working on new solar power technologies.
Ambli recently announced a deal to supply solar panels to California�s utilities.
It is testing a new solar thermal technology that is similar to Ambit���s EnergyNet system.