Learn how Europe’s largest energy utility is implementing load balancing for efficient EV charging management.
As the world makes the switch from fuel-powered transportation options, cities, distribution system operators (DSOs), and utilities are investing in EV infrastructure planning initiatives.
Unfortunately, these partners often face challenges, because they need to share sensitive information on load capacity, grid data, and existing assets. Ensuring the confidentiality of this sensitive utility data is not a trivial matter. Moreover, the data typically exists in multiple silos and the interconnection process is cumbersome, manual, and fraught with delays.
Organizations involved in EV infrastructure planning want to protect their most sensitive data and maintain a competitive edge. So how can these partners achieve a greater level of trust in what is happening to their data?
Intertrust enables city planners, energy retailers, and EV charger installers to accelerate EV infrastructure planning by making data securely available for collaboration.
To compete in a rapidly expanding digital market, utilities and grid operators must revamp their grids and the way they manage data. Read this white paper to learn more about Intertrust’s CleanGrid toolkit and how it enables secure data analysis and data sharing.
One of the world’s largest distribution system operators partnered with one of the world’s largest automakers in order to improve EV charger and grid planning. They turned to Intertrust for a secure data collaboration and data management platform.
Energy & utilities
A key challenge with efficient integration of electric vehicles into the distribution grid is controllability. Learn how a major German utility uses Intertrust Platform to balance load spikes caused by mass EV charging.
Electrification of mobility plays a crucial role in sustainability and emission reduction. Learn how Intertrust is helping promote EV adoption and enabling efficient integration of electric vehicles into the distribution grid.