Low voltage grid analytics: A Vattenfall case study

Discover how Swedish distribution system operator Vattenfall realised operational savings with power line communication and the creation of grid awareness in an AMI network.

Recorded: 18 Sep 2017

Webinar Overview

New opportunities for distribution operational savings can be created by the intersection of power line based communications and edge computing with smart metering. This webinar will explain how Swedish distribution system operator (DSO) Vattenfall increased its visibility beyond the medium voltage grid into the low voltage grid, and identify how other DSOs can obtain similar benefits from leveraging their advanced metering infrastructure systems.

The session will also look at the potential for increased operational savings while improving service quality. In this webinar, you will learn about: 

  • Common problems that can be addressed by accurate low-voltage grid topology mapping 
  • Sensing at the grid edge 
  • Power flow analysis available for advanced smart metering solutions

 

About your speakers:

Kip Gering

Kip Gering is Vice President of Product Management and Marketing at Networked Energy Services where he is responsible for the overall solution portfolio and strategy of NES Patagonia Energy Applications Platform.  Kip has over 16 years of experience in the utility industry in various product roles ranging from workforce management to smart metering hardware and software solutions.  Kip earned a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics with a minor in information systems from The Citadel and a Masters of Business Administration from Gonzaga University in the United States.

Lars Molske

Lars Molske is engaged as a Product Manager for new Grid Applications at Networked Energy Services and works on developing these apps within the NES Energy Applications Platform program. Lars earned a “Diplom Informatiker”, which corresponds to M.Sc. in Computer Science, from the University of Bielefeld, Germany in 2007. Since 2010, he has been active in various technical roles in the utility industry.