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 selected to provide a large utility with an Enterprise Architecture solution.
Through a competitive RFP process, Utilicast was awarded a project to build a web-enabled model data collection system. The system will collect modeling information from the RTO’s members.
Utilicast is working jointly with a utility and an ISO/RTO to improve how member utilities model their assets. Both planning and operating models are included in scope along with topics such GIS maintenance and Distributed Energy Resources.
Utilicast presented a paper on Next-Generation Contingency Analysis at the IEEE International Conference in Florence, Italy.
Through a competitive RFP process, Utilicast named as System Integrator for a utility joining the California Energy Imbalance Market. This win represents Utilicast’s 9th EIM client.
Utilicast started a four-phase project to implement a Generation Optimization, Scheduling and Settlement System.
Utilicast completed a nodal price-forecasting project that aggregated information into a power flow engine to predict prices for a large U.S. trading desk. Utilicast is working on a follow-up visualization project for the same client.
Utilicast completed a Cyber Vulnerability Assessment utilizing NERC CIP criteria against the utility’s impact with NERC cyber assets. Utilicast is also supporting 6 other utilities (and ISO) CIP projects.
Utilicast was hired to identify market options for a western utility and to assess the costs and benefits of joining a regional market.