The electric grid has traditionally been centralized. Now, the ever increasing number of distributed energy resources (DERs) has begun to transform the grid into a decentralized system.
DERs can include solar panels, storage assets (EVs and batteries), building energy management systems, and more. As a result, grid planners need operational visibility into a variety of data sources and formats, especially as they try to integrate evolving DER planning technology with existing infrastructure.
When making decisions about grid planning, operators need to be able to visualize and inspect energy data on a granular level. This sensitive grid data could include data from or about power lines, substations, transformers, and more.
Intertrust allows grid operators, grid planners, and partners to accelerate grid planning by making energy 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.