Energy Automation & Smart Grids
- Protection for Digital Substation
- Substation Automation
- Power Quality and measurement
- Smart Communication
- IoT for Energy Automation
- Grid Control
- Micro grids
- Digital Substation
Digital transformation serving increasingly smart networks. Our principle is one of the major players in Europe for Smart Grid projects which represent the enabling factor for the integration of renewable sources and energy efficiency through intelligent management of consumptions and services. In this scenario Our principle has collected important successes including the modernization of the national high voltage transport and medium voltage distribution networks, fielding over 100,000 systems for the remote management of the secondary substations.
Automation solutions for electricity power generation plants. Solutions dedicated to the automation of electricity generation plants, from traditional sources
Automation Of High And Very High Voltage Substations
Integrated system for the automation of high and very high voltage substations capable of guaranteeing complete control, automation, protection, monitoring and maintenance functions. The system uses the bay units installed at the electrical stalls for their command and control, the remote terminal units to manage the automation of the substations, the bay monitoring units for monitoring, the SCADA software and, finally, the network nodes systems to ensure the application redundancy.
High/medium Voltage Distribution
substation automation of hv/mv distribution networks.Solutions for the automation and control of distribution networks electrical stations able to guarantee complete control, automation, protection, monitoring and maintenance functions.
Making smart grids modular, flexible and scalable.
Smart grid network, software system, a utility-hardened application that can manage the power company’s data and decision making. Using wired or wireless networks, communications travel through an IP gateway and out into the RF mesh network. Across the service area, RF-enabled sensors, meters, load control devices and DNP devices work together to maximize operational efficiency.
Building a smart grid is no small task. That’s why have to build an incredibly flexible, modular solution to help utility providers accelerate both implementation and return on investment in smart grid technologies.
“Network first” approach helps municipal power companies install an RF canopy of gateways and relays to cover their entire municipality, then target specific applications like demand response or distribution automation to improve operational or energy efficiencies.
Then, new meters and other intelligent devices can be connected to the network as a more robust and complete smart grid is built out over time. This approach reduces up-front costs, guarantees a return on investment and creates a platform for future growth.
Customers can start with the advanced metering application and then add distribution automation, demand response or substation automation applications over time. Utilities worldwide are faced with numerous Smart Grid challenges—reducing peak demand, Optimizing renewable energy resources, improving fault and outage management, minimizing Network losses, enhancing asset management, and meeting regulatory requirements are just a few of the key drivers.
Utilities require a system that can effectively overcome these Challenges and allow them to provide reliable, safe, and efficient power. A high-performance Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS) unifies data from the Distribution Management System (DMS), SCADA system, and Outage Management.
System (OMS) to maintain a real-time distribution network model. Using this model, the ADMS performs advanced analytics and controls network devices to efficiently address Smart Grid challenges.
In order to maintain a real-time model, the ADMS must represent the as-built (static) state of the network along with the as-operated (dynamic) state. The more accurate the data is, the More accurate the model and analyses will be. Many utilities find that building and maintaining such a database is the most difficult aspect of implementing an ADMS. Best practices for providing complete, correct, and current information for the Smart Grid network model.
A real-time model of their distribution network enables utilities to implement Smart Grid strategies such as managing demand and integrating renewable energy sources. They build this model in an Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS) based on accurate and up-to-date information of the distribution network infrastructure.