The changing grid requires innovative and flexible solutions.
We asked experts from National Grid, SoCal Edison, and Landis+Gyr how utilities can address today’s industry challenges.
Consumer engagement in managing energy resources requires solutions that provide support for EV charging, DER integration, flexible pricing and load control. Landis+Gyr enables a more flexible grid and helps utilities overcome capacity constraints. From the industry's first grid-edge sensing meter, Revelo, to a full suite of integrated EV charging technology and smart street light control, Landis+Gyr is helping build smart communities around the globe.
What if a meter could also be a high-resolution sensor? What if energy consumers had the power to track energy use by appliance in real time? Landis+Gyr’s IoT grid-sensing electric meter, Revelo, is a powerful platform for energy management and consumer engagement applications.
Electric vehicle adoption, power plant replacement and clean energy adoption all require intelligent automation to maintain and increase energy resiliency. From EV charging management to integration of distributed energy resources, Landis+Gyr provides the technology to better manage two-way power transmission, balance loads and improve power quality.
Gridstream Connect is a proven, standards-driven platform that networks meters, streetlight controllers, distribution automation and other grid sensors, while offering a clear choice of hardware. With RF Mesh and cellular options that are Wi-SUN certified, Gridstream Connect defines smart connectivity for the next generation energy grid.
A recent report released by Deloitte details how next generation grid edge technologies, like the Revelo platform, are enabling the clean energy transition.
Utilities have a key role to play in siting and managing the upcoming expansion of EV charging infrastructure and the additional peak load that infrastructure creates.
In a DISTRIBUTECH 2023 panel, speakers addressed the role of grid-edge technology in load balancing, remote management of resources and engaging consumers in the process.
Will you be in Pasadena on April 30 - May 3 for the APPA Engineering & Operations Conference? Visit us in booth 414 to learn more about our next gen solutions enabling a more flexible grid.