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Tennessee-based EnerNex Smart Grid Labs is partnering with Maryland-based MET Laboratories on testing, analysis and training services for their energy industry clients.

Under this partnership, the two labs say they will offer solutions to utilities and their vendors that build upon each company's expertise. EnerNex's areas of focus include distribution automation system testing, cyber and physical security testing, utility communications protocol testing, and advanced metering infrastructure testing. MET Laboratories’ areas of focus include meter accuracy, reliability and safety testing; solar photovoltaic panel testing; electric vehicle and charging station testing; and inverter testing.

“Our collaboration will expedite the product evaluation and selection process for clients and accelerate readiness for deployment,” comments Erich Gunther, EnerNex chief technology officer.




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