Trilliant expands partnership for Nolan AMI network

  • October 26, 2020
  • Steve Rogerson

Trilliant, a North Carolina-based provider of communications platforms and software for advanced metering and smart grid systems, has expanded its partnership with Nolin Rural Electric Cooperative for its advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) network.

Being one of Kentucky’s first cooperatives, Nolin has delivered service to its membership across central Kentucky since 1938. It is a Touchstone Energy Cooperative.

“Nolin’s team has shown a fantastic commitment to delivering high standards of service at the lowest prices to their members, and we are excited to help them further that focus through our partnership,” said Nick Matchett, managing director of the America’s for Trilliant. “The engineering team at Nolin has been quick to innovate and find new ways of gaining value out of their existing AMI investment.”

Nolin is using Trilliant SecureReach LPWAN technology to connect and manage the 36,000 meters used by its members. Nolin’s partnership with Trilliant has helped it provide reliable and secure two-way communications to its AMI across its rural service area.

Through networking technology that is based on the latest security standards, Nolin’s AMI deployment has provided its members with a capability to manage their energy consumption, while keeping information safe and secure.

“Advanced metering infrastructure technology has revolutionised the way we work and, more importantly, improved the flexibility and experience our members enjoy,” said Greg Lee, CEO of Nolin.

For more than 20 years, Trilliant has supported the US public power sector and utilities around the world with its AMI networking technologies. Trilliant’s secure, private, hybrid wireless communication platform can be an economic fit for both rural and urban environments and can be used to connect existing infrastructure and metering devices.