To make good software, one has to keep up with the latest trends and technology standards. That’s the reason behind our constant knowledge upgrade, like our latest – getting certified in IEEE 2030.5 for California Rule 21.
We care for being up-to-date with the latest technology standards and acquiring new capabilities that help us deliver more efficient solutions. Completing this training allows us to gain deep expertise regarding the CA Rule 21 CSIP requirements and to support our utilities clients in meeting those requirements.
It’s essential for best-in-class development, as implementing the IEEE 2030.5 standards isn’t simple. According to QualityLogic.com, only 18 out of 30 IEEE 2030.5 function sets will need to be implemented to satisfy the Common Smart Inverter Profile (CSIP) for CA Rule 21.
“Reaching rising requirements for Smart Grid standards in the US poses a challenge to American Utilities. We broaden our knowledge every day to support our clients in the transition to the California Rule 21 and provide deep technical knowledge and expertise” – says Mariusz Kraj, Chief Innovation Officer in Codibly.