The Smart Grid Interop Lab is used to verify smart grid device interoperability. It can also be used to test low-voltage automation devices, meters and consumer products to ensure they comply with evolving smart-grid standards.
KEMA plans to use the GreenBus software to help utilities automate processes, capture more real-time grid data and allow applications to securely share data.
Roxy Podlogar, vice president of Product Strategy at Green Energy, said: “Using GreenBus at KEMA will not only enable interoperability between applications, but will also provide a platform for innovation, through advanced technologies and design, open-source-derived components, and vendor agnostic functionality.”
Green Energy will design, develop, install and support the monitoring and control of advanced power system applications.
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