Utilicast experts implemented data integrity reporting for GE APM/Predix which provides internal application stakeholders and support KPIs and troubleshooting tools to monitor plant data flows and track anomolies.
Utilicast was hired to provide a large southwestern utility with a joint operating solution for EIM. Utilicast will work with our client, CAISO and two neighboring utilities to modify the procedures, systems and asset models to transition from contract schedules to a market-based solution.
Utilicast was hired to support a southeastern United States utility’s Generation PI exports for asset health monitoring. The exports were multiple years of data and served as input to Expert Microsystem pattern matching software.
Utilicast experts implemented PI high-availability and system life-cycle upgrades for a large northeastern United States utility’s combined cycle power facilities.
Utilicast was selected to support a large western United States utility with ongoing EMS/SCADA modeling projects. These projects are critical to meeting the entity’s technological roadmap goals and aligning with internal operational milestones.
Utilicast was contracted to provide first phase evaluation of battery technology integration into the current fleet with PPA or building contract. This client is a power agency of a group of locally owned utilities in the western United States.
Utilicast was hired by a utility in the western United States to perform a Gap Assessment and support a deal capture, bid to bill software selection for joining the CAISO Energy Imbalance Market.
Utilicast assisted a generation and transmission cooperative in the northwestern United States with deployment of a operations and condition monitoring pilot of their Transmission substation assets using their enterprise PI System. PI and Asset Framework is being used to monitor network one-lines, equipment alarms, geo-spatial visualization, and current status for key equipment e.g. transmission lines, circuit breakers, batteries, transformers and tap changers, switching devices, and others.
Utilicast was contracted to assess options for a southwestern United States utility’s possible participation in CAISO’s Energy Imbalance Market. Utilicast is performing a gap analysis of the preferred option compared to current operations. Utilicast will also be performing a readiness assessment for the upcoming Energy Day Ahead Market (“EDAM”) from California Independent System Operator (“CAISO”).
Utilicast was hired by an ISO/RTO to modify functional and technical specifications of its market and commercial operations systems and interfaces to include a participation model for Distributed Energy Resources (DERs). This includes drafting detailed technical requirements to capture the changes that need to be made to the systems to adhere with the provisions of approved tariff revisions.