A multinational software, critical power and smart grid application provider hired Utilicast to review its EMS application portfolio, software capabilities, project implementation processes, and data modeling methodology to assess how they compare to best practices in the industry.
Utilicast was asked to perform a Readiness Assessment of an EMS replacement for a western U.S. utility. The projects includes reviewing the project, change management, testing and cutover plans and providing a gap assessment of missing items. The project also involves developing readiness criteria for the new system. The new EMS is a Siemens Spectrum […]
Utilicast was hired by a large Generation and Transmission cooperative to provide system implementation support in the replacement of their EMS system.
Utilicast was hired to help implement a flow-based solution for calculating ATC/TTC (MOD-30). The solution will help maximize transmission capacity sales while maintaining reliability. Utilicast also helps other utilities in the region model their system and implement their own MOD-30 solution.
A Generation, Transmission and Distribution utility selected Utilicast to provide subject matter expertise to benchmark benefits and challenges for a common operational platform for EMS, ADMS and OMS. The Client seeks to establish a five year roadmap for an upgraded best of breed or integrated future state for key operational technologies.
Utilicast is providing system integration services for system upgrades to an OSI Monarch Energy Management System (EMS) for a U.S. based Transmission Owner/Operator holding company.
A public power company in northwestern U.S. selected Utilicast to evaluate the metering and generation controls capabilities and existing contractual arrangements in the context of potential EIM Membership.
Utilicast is providing a large southwestern United States utility with IT, change management and subject matter expertise to transition from a contract path-based ATC/TTC calculation (NERC MOD-29) to a flow-based methodology (NERC MOD-30).
Utilicast was hired to provide a CAISO Energy Imbalance Market gap assessment for a large western United States utility.
Utilicast provided strategic and technical support to a vertically integrated utility in the northwest United States on various transmission systems for interconnection and transmission service for new self-build and acquired generation projects. Utilicast also performed analysis of generation interconnection and delivery.