GreenCom Networks is working together with leading players in the utility and ESCO industry. Integrating with best-in-class solutions is the foundation of our future success. Our partners are committed to pushing for open standards in order to maximize the value for our customers.
IBM is one of the world’s leading organizations providing business consulting, technology and outsourcing services. IBM’s Energy & Utility Services bring together industry-specific experience and industry-relevant solutions, offering utilities the transformational capabilities needed as they move towards a digital energy business.
icentic helps clients to drive digital transformation by applying IoT strategies, technologies and services. icentic advises and supports its clients in strategy creation and implementation as well as technology and process audits, provides local and near-shore product development, testing and operational services, and manages and operates the connectivity-as-a-service platform ICEHUB®. icentic is based in Zug, Switzerland, Karlsruhe, Germany, and Belgrade, Serbia.
BeON Energy manufactures microinverters and PV kits that can be plugged into a wall socket like a house appliance. BeON Kits can be set-up in less than 5 minutes, at the cost of a normal household device, making solar accessible to everyone.
climote offers a home energy management system that gives users the ability to control their heating and hot water through a smart app. By harnessing the consumer demand for energy, the climote Energy Optimization Technology (EOT) and software will cleverly link it to intermittent renewable supply enabling the flow of low cost energy to consumers.
EnQS is a spin-off of the FZI Research Center for Information Technology in Karlsruhe. The EnQS team supports its customers with long-term experience in applied energy research. The focus is on providing software and services for the selection, integration, and validation of communication and (decentralized) energy management solutions. EnQS services include the development of prototypes as well as the evaluation of individual components and complete energy management solutions.
Free Electrons is the global energy startup accelerator program that connects the world’s most promising startups with leading utility companies to co-create the future of energy. GreenCom Networks is one of 12 startups chosen as partner in 2017.
DEPsys is a Swiss technology company establishing thought leadership in the energy market. With GridEye, it provides a toolset to the grid operator for a perfect knowledge and control of the low-voltage power grid. This is particularly important in presence of decentralized production from renewable energy sources, such as photovoltaic systems, and high loads, such as electric vehicles. The real-time measurement and control solution monitors and stabilizes the network. Moreover, it optimizes power flows to increase energy efficiency and it helps operators with network planning, asset management, and energy scheduling.
Aperio provides a last line of defense against malicious data forgery and sensor malfunctions – assuring state awareness and data quality in the face of both cyber attacks and equipment issues.
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EEBus Initiative e.V. is the official platform for standardization initiatives and opinion forming around developing EEBus further as consensus-oriented networking concept for Smart Grid and Smart Home. EEBus links the leading companies, associations and actors of the German and international energy and electronics industry, who share a joint objective: Actively contributing to the future of energy to sustainably improve comfort, supply safety and increase energy efficiency.
The FZI Research Center for Information Technology at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology is a non-profit institution for applied research in information technology and technology transfer. It is charged with providing businesses and public institutions with the latest research findings in information technology. It also qualifies young scientists for their career in academia or Business.
University of Nice
Centre de Mathématiques Appliquées – Mines Paris Tech, Sophia-Antipolis
MINES Paris Tech University