The DASH7 Alliance, formed in 2009, promotes the use of sub 1GHz Radio Technology based on the Alliance Mode Protocol, chip development and device productization. Lakeview replaced the previous management company to provide back-office services, member services and a hosted CRM solution. Organization moved operations to Europe to better support the market for DASH7 products.
Founded in 2009, the Energy Information Standards Alliance (EIS Alliance) is the trade association for companies that provide products and services in the areas of energy management systems and smart grid technologies. Lakeview was brought in to replace the previous management company, ramp membership and refocus the strategic direction of the association. Closed operations in 2014 when primary work product was transferred to ASHRAE.
Formed the Green Button Alliance (GBA) in 2015 to foster the development, compliance, and wide-spread adoption of the Green Button standard. The GBA is an industry-led extension of the White House-inspired challenge to the electric utility industry to launch a Green Button Initiative to give consumers access to their energy usage information in a downloadable, easy-to-read and standardized format. Currently provide executive leadership, administrative, and marketing services.
Formed in 2006 by leading lighting control manufacturers, systems integrators and industry support organizations to promote the awareness, value and benefits of lighting control products for residential applications. Played leadership role setting up the alliance, authoring Bylaws, and participating on the Executive Board. This organization was closed in 2008.
Established in 2010 to support the development, testing, and deployment of the OpenADR standard and facilitate its acceleration and widespread adoption worldwide.Alliance membership ramped to over thirty in less than six months. Membership consists of a 'who's who' of leaders in demand response, including hardware and software suppliers, energy aggregators, utilities and ISOs. Currently provide executive leadership, administrative, marketing and technical services.
Established new corporate structure in 2003 as LonMark International to establish interoperable guidelines, product certification, market education and global standardization. LonMark International and its Affiliate Organizations have over 400 members worldwide. LonMark International membership is open to any manufacturer, distributor, engineer, system integrator, or end-user interested in the development, specification, and use of open, interoperable products utilizing ISO/IEC 14908-1 and related standards. Currently provide executive leadership, administrative, and marketing services.
The U-SNAP Alliance was formed in 2009 to develop an industry specification for connecting energy aware consumer products with smart meters. The first specification has been downloaded by nearly 500 companies worldwide with an interest in consumer product connectivity. The alliance plans to establish testing and certification procedures for product conformance and educate consumers, utilities and vendors on the benefits of the standard. Alliance membership is comprised of industry leading utilities and manufacturers interested in developing or deploying the specification. Currently provide executive leadership, administrative, marketing and technical services.
The SunSpec Alliance was formed in 2009 to accelerate the growth of the renewable energy industry through standardization of monitoring and management interfaces based on the Modbus standard for energy system components. The Alliance creates and publish a specification, tests and certifies products for compliance and educates consumers, utilities and vendors on the benefits of the specification. Lakeview set-up and managed the organization for the first year of existence.
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The Digital Home Alliance was created for Echelon Corporation in 2006 to establish an ecosystem of consumer products based on the company’s power line and interoperable self-installation technology. This initiative involved recruiting member companies, organizing plug fests and creating market awareness. The Alliance was shuttered in 2009.
The Wi-SUN Alliance was formed in 2011 in Japan to drive adoption of Smart Utility Networking Interoperability as described by IEEE 802.15.4g. In 2014, Lakeview was brought in to transition the organization from Japan to the U.S. and to expand the global footprint of this industry initiative..Currently provide administrative and marketing services.