Software modules can be flexibly combined to create global solutions. This allows standard solutions to emerge that serve the requirements and preferences of our customers.more
Distribution system operators are the service providers of the energy revolution: In addition to the technical and economic design of the grids, a variety of tasks also rests on their shoulders. This is a result of established processes with data deliveries to various market partners, which involve tight deadlines. Consistent data and transparent, automated and verifiable process support are imperative.more
All standard processes including activation or declarations, generation and dispatch of MaBiS or KOV time series from grid balancing/allocation, and the delivery of single time series to suppliers...more
With the help of this module, excess and shortfall quantities are evaluated for each specific metering point and are presented as a report. Basic information includes the daily volumes from...more
SE:Grid connection processes provides operating systems such as EDM, billing or GIS systems all of the relevant data for the connection of renewable energy plants – simultaneously,...more
SE:Decentralised generation allows you a complete and law-abiding view of your decentralised generation plants, thus minimizing your risk of non-refunded tariff payments. From collecting plant...more
SE:Change processes supports the network operators in the implementation of all data exchange and handling processes in the context of GPKE-/GeLi processes. The system hereby offers automated...more
SE:Market communication is a data hub for all messages from energy industry processes. The module connects external market partners with the various receivers in-house. The module’s...more
The transformation of the energy industry is nowhere more noticeable than in the distribution grid. The majority of decentralized renewable generation is connected here. Distribution system operators must absorb and coordinate this fundamental change of the generation structure into their infrastructures and organizations. Basically, grids have to be more intelligent in order to continue to fulfil their tasks effectively. Same time national or EU regulations (like German incentive regulation) offer less leeway for investments.
The smarter future will also swirl meter operators. The fusion of energy and communication networks is at the same time both political intention and necessity. The IT technical challenges that arise from this development are enormous: A single smart meter replaces one anual with over 35,000 quarter-hour values.
Manage REA plants efficiently The grid connection of new consumers and power plants (feed-in points) is the start of a complex process chain, which runs through several departments of a...more
Manage REA Plants efficiently In recent years, the technical and economic management of renewable ernergy and combined heat and power plants connected to the distribution grid has become a...more
The topic of metering services and distribution also influences skills and services as the result of an increasing level of renewables and decentralised generation.
The transformation of the European energy markets leads to a need for specialized IT infrastructures. For distribution system operators and metering service providers, it is getting increasingly difficult finding skilled professionals for ther design, development, maintenance and support of their IT.