Our Work


Utilicast was selected to provide system integration services for a merger of two large utilities.

A large group of U.S. Transmission-owning utilities hired Utilicast to serve as its Billing Agent for shared professional services.

Through a competitive RFP process, Utilicast was selected to perform a Cyber Security Assessment for a large Midwestern U.S. Utility.

A Northwestern U.S. investor-owned utility hired Utilicast to perform a technology and metering assessment as part of a grid modernization program. Legacy software and metering infrastructure will be assessed to determine replacement and upgrade costs respectfully.

Through a competitive RFP process, Utilicast was selected to serve as System Integrator for a Western U.S. utility’s Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS).

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) selected Utilicast as its advisor, System Integrator and Change Management consultant for CAISO EIM, Reliability Coordination and other regional efforts.

Utilicast proudly supported the integration of both of CAISO’s 2018 Energy Imbalance Market (EIM) participants. Utilicast’s team provided a broad range of advisory and implementation services, including network model buildout, system selection, and integration, process definition, participation strategy and project management.

Utilicast was hired by a Midwestern U.S. investor-owned utility to review network modeling practices and performance tuning on the Energy Management System (EMS) State Estimator and Network Applications.

A Midwest municipality retained Utilicast to support its operations center remodeling project. The initial phase of work is to develop requirements, RFI, and selection of construction contractor.

Utilicast started the management and support of a two-year Strategic Alignment and Real-time Transformation, or START project, that will replace and upgrade key operational systems to include Asset Management (EAM) Customer Information System (CIS), Head End System (HES) and Meter Data Management (MDM) for a southeastern investor-owned utility.