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© Trilliant Inc. 2009 1 Trilliant at a Glance Company OverviewTrilliant’s Smart Grid Offering Customer Base 1 million+ endpoints installed 200+ utility customers in the Americas and Europe Fully integrated Smart Grid networks for utilities 200+ employees Headquarters in Redwood City, CA with offices in USA, Canada, and Europe 20+ year history serving utilities in North America starting as Nertec in Quebec, Canada Acquired SkyPilot in May 2009 Unified Networking… secure multi- tier network Broadband Capacity… for current and future applications Complete Coverage… network tiers, geographies, and devices Open Standards… standard hardware and IP networking “…the first 'future-proof' communications solution… full broadband capacity is critical for the growth of the Smart Grid.” -Jesse Berst, SmartGrid News
© Trilliant Inc. 2009 22 Where is the Grid Headed? Integrating renewables Electrifying transportation Enabling energy efficiency All require dedicated communications networks
© Trilliant Inc. 2009 The Smart Grid Evolution… Smart Grid v0.0 Networked Meters Proprietary Meter Data Proprietary Narrow Band Networks Proprietary Advanced Meters Smart Grid v2.0 Consumer-Grid Connectivity Smart Energy Services Enterprise Services Customer Operations Unified Multi Service Offerings Multi-Service Networks Broadband Mobility Grid Community Home Consumer-Oriented Grid Consumer Energy Efficiency Smart Appliances G2V (1-way PHEV charging) Smart Grid v1.0 Advanced Metering Meter Data MgtMeter Data Mgt Device ManagementDevice Management TOU BillingTOU Billing Standard ProtocolsStandard Protocols Public/Private WANsPublic/Private WANs Complete CoverageComplete Coverage Critical Peak PricingCritical Peak Pricing Smart MetersSmart Meters Smart ThermostatsSmart Thermostats Load ControlsLoad Controls Smart Grid v3.0 True Supply/Demand Integration Supply BalancingSupply Balancing Supply/Demand IntegrationSupply/Demand Integration Carbon CreditsCarbon Credits Matrix GridsMatrix Grids Service QualityService Quality Local Load BalancingLocal Load Balancing Energy StorageEnergy Storage Micro GridsMicro Grids V2G (2-way PHEV)V2G (2-way PHEV) Retail servicesRetail services Affinity groupsAffinity groups Isolated Networks AMI Networks Enterprise Ops. Utility Managed Eco Community Dynamic Capacity Renewables Utility Operations Subscriber Services 2009
© Trilliant Inc. 2009 Smart Grid is a Multi-Tier Network Multiple technologies and levels are necessary for performance and security Neighborhood- Area Network (NAN) Broadband Network Tier (WAN) Home-Area Network (HAN) Enterprise Integration Network Operations / Management GridMeteringDSM 4
© Trilliant Inc. 2009 55 Bandwidth is Critical Smart Grid Applications Bandwidth High bandwidth and low latency to support current and future applications 10 Mbps Demand/Supply Integration Fast Charge 2 Way Electric Vehicles Advanced Grid Operations Demand Response AMI Distribution Automation Asset Monitoring Substation Automation 256 kbps “AMI Network”
© Trilliant Inc. 2009 66 Smart Grid Radio Frequencies RadiosUse standards based radios (IEEE certified) for efficient use of bandwidth, assure reliability, and to minimize interference Public BandsShould remain an option with or without private spectrum Private Bands1.8Ghz is emerging as a North American standard. Use a continent-wide standard Private Band Allocation Non exclusive registration based on use class (utility smart grid networking). Do not sell to individual owners
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