Through a competitive RFP process, the city of Tacoma selected Utilicast to serve as it System Integrator for an EMS replacement project (see Bid Results from Tacoma Board Meeting).
Through a competitive RFP process, SMUD selected Utilicast to assess readiness and provide Project Management services for the CAISO Energy Imbalance Market (see SMUD Bid Results).
Through a competitive RFP process, the city of San Francisco PUC awarded Utilicast with a 5-year Power Consulting Contract. The consulting scope covers power supply management support, energy trading risk management and settlements support, energy scheduling and trading support, and community choice aggregation (CCA) and customer billing support. (see SF PUC Award Announcement).
As an extension of the ADMS consulting engagement, a Northeast U.S. investor-owned utility hired Utilicast to augment its deliverables to include writing the RFP for a replacement EMS.
Midcontinent ISO (MISO) hired Utilicast as the primary consultant to support an evaluation of the capability of their market systems. Utilicast supported all work streams to assess current system capabilities, identify process bottlenecks and outline future options. A project description can be found in MISO Technology Committee Presentation (note: Utilicast’s role is summarized on slide […]
A large International industrial company hired Utilicast to support their U.S. Demand Response strategy. Utilicast helped the client understand U.S Markets and requirements to provide Demand Response Product offerings. Utilicast also advised with the NERC CIP requirements to serve as a Generation Operator.
Utilicast’s Dr. Kiamran Radjabli was recently published in the International Journal of Applied Physics and Mathematics for his mathematical work in the areas of Analysis of Sparsely Populated Sets and Attributes of Infinity. · “Analysis of Sparsely Populated Sets” · “Attributes of Infinity”
Utilicast was awarded a contract with the Department of State’s Power Sector Program to provide an independent team of experts to the Department of State to assess the current status of Mexico’s energy market and recommend actions to overcome challenges in implementing a functional short-term electricity market.
Through a competitive RFP process, Bonneville Power Administration awarded Utilicast with project to review the Transmission and Generation business, conduct a Gap Analysis and develop a modernization roadmap.
Through a competitive RFP process, Seattle City Light awarded Utilicast with Gap Analysis and Requirements project to explore CAISO EIM membership. This win represents Utilicast’s 10th EIM client.