The Electrical Grid Redigned - Resilient. Affordable. Clean.
Find out how our patented GridLink technology augments the utility grid to provide electricity with more resilience, higher quality, greater affordability, and a lower carbon footprint.
Magic Hour for Energy
Change is upon the energy industry and the timing is beautiful. Find out how Pareto is helping New York to lead the transition to distributed generation.
We are creating more resilient, efficient, and affordable energy – one microgrid at a time.
Pareto Energy designs microgrids that empower utility companies to transform their grids into more resilient and adaptive energy networks. Our product is GridLink: a revolutionary platform for connecting distributed energy resources (DER) to the grid with unparalleled control of power flows and support services at less than half the cost of alternatives. With the Pareto approach, utilities supplement their grids with DER in an unprecedented way that adds value to their shareholders, better-serves their customers, and meets the energy goals of their communities. The results are, well, powerful. more
Our GridLink technology improves interconnection and support services between distributed generation sources and the grid, providing utilities with better control, grid protection, and lower cost alternatives to meet electrical and regulatory demands.more
For owners with on-site generation or those looking to insource power, GridLink offers a remarkably simple, utility-approved interconnection solution. Seamless islanding - no black starts. No on-going interconnection applications. Just plug-and-play.more
Combining expertise in policy and economics with innovative technology, we work hand-in-hand with utilities to design microgrids that drastically improve the resiliency, safety, and sustainability of the nation's infrastructure.more
Pareto Energy was founded in 2004 at the suggestion of the United States Conference of Mayors and won its first microgrid design work in 2008 from customers in Northeast Utilities' service territory. Pareto’s GridLink has received conditional approvals from Connecticut Light & Power, Con Edison and Pepco. Pareto is currently developing 20 microgrid projects on the East Coast, Midwest, and in California.