target audience: TECH BUYER  Publication date: May 2024 - Document type: IDC Perspective - Doc  Document number: # EUR152067224

The Importance of Smart Meter Data Exchange Standards in Opening up the Grid's Edge

By:  Jean-Fran├žois Segalotto Loading

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This IDC Perspective discusses the critical role of open, interoperable smart meter data exchange standards such as DLMS/COSEM in supporting the energy transition and enabling advanced grid-edge applications. With more than a quarter of the 1.1 billion smart electricity meters deployed globally compatible with DLMS/COSEM, the adoption of such standards is essential for ensuring seamless integration, security, and future-proofing of smart metering infrastructures, as confirmed by industry experts. This is particularly relevant as energy systems worldwide move toward decarbonization and electrification.

"Smart meter data exchange standards are pivotal for the grid's edge, shaping the future of energy systems in our rapidly electrifying world," said Jean-Fran├žois Segalotto, senior associate advisor, IDC Energy Insights.



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