World leader in broadband-power-line (BPL) technology for energy management and grid network digitalization.
Report details growing need for utilities to adopt broadband to manage rapidly changing, increasingly complex electric grid
Some of the key players operating in the (V2G) market and the competitive landscape in 2021
The PoweRline Intelligent Metering Evolution (PRIME) Alliance is a mature, consolidated and worldwide powerline communications (PLC) standard for Advanced Metering, Grid Control and Asset Monitoring applications. There are over 20 million PRIME meters deployed in over 15 countries worldwide.
BPL products based on G.hn silicon are being standardized with Prime Alliance.
Corinex is Technical Leader in the development of the standardization. Corinex is the Technical Leader of the BPL Task Force. Members E.ON, Iberdrola, CEZ, Intel, ST, Renesas, IBM...
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is the United Nations specialized agency for information and communication technologies – ICTs. Founded in 1865, it allocates global radio spectrum and satellite orbits, develops technical standards that ensure networks and technologies seamlessly interconnect, and improves access to ICTs to underserved communities worldwide.
Corinex is uniquely positioned to take advantage of the standardized ITU G.hn silicon to further enhance its solutions to empower the smart grid and expects its first in industry G.hn products to be available in late 2019.
ITU Standardization goal is reusing same silicon, while moving from small-scale “home network” to large-scale “utility network”.
The National Electricity Roundtable (NER) was formed in 1994 to integrate the interests, perspectives and expertise of all parts of the Canadian electric power industry and develop national and international policy positions that reflect the interests of the industry as a whole.
Corinex is the Former Chair the Canadian Electricity Roundtable. The NER is currently chaired by Neetika Sathe of Alectra and is managed by Bryan Simonson, President of NER, who works under the policy direction of the Executive Committee. In addition to the above two individuals, the Executive Committee is also composed of senior level representatives from Siemens, HMI Construction, OPG, Enmax, Fortis BC, and Schneider Electric.