The Digital Grid Consortium, founded in 2011, is a not-for-profit corporation based in Tokyo, Japan. Its mission is to develop the next generation grid system, which enables a market driven energy economy. The Digital Grid is the Internet of Energy, enabling a high penetration of renewable energy and envisioning a world where energy use is a benefit to all life on earth, and not a harbinger of environmental damage. The Consortium promotes and coordinates collaboration among members, to promote, educate, and advocate for the adoption of innovative digital grid solutions all over the world.
Purpose of Digital Grid Consortium
The Digital Grid Consortium is a non-profit corporation founded for the purpose of promoting and developing the concept of the digital grid. The Consortium owns the intellectual property rights to all patents concerning the digital grid, and provides the rights to use this intellectual property to the members of the consortium.
Organization of the Digital Grid Consortium
The Digital Grid Consortium was established in September, 2011 as a not-for-profit corporation in Japan.
The goal of the Digital Grid Consortium is to develop the technologies to support our vision of the grid of the future. The corporate members of the Consortium will subscribe to technology programs, and will be given the rights to commercialize products based on all Digital Grid Consortium intellectual property.
We encourage all corporate members to join in this effort.
We also have a Supporting Member role for government entities, research institutes, public interest associations, and educational institutions.
Articles of Association
Our articles of association can be downloaded here.PDF
The Digital Grid Consortium is open to new members and inquiries for collaboration.
|Official Name||The Digital Grid Consortium|
|Address||Rm 725 Nakadouri Building, 2-2-3, Marunouchi,Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo (zip code:100-0005)View on the Google Map|
|Access||Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line "Tokyo" / JR Line "Tokyo" (Marunouchi South Exit) and 5-minute walk|