Achieve the Potential of DERMS by Connecting Utility Operations and Customer Programs
WEBINAR ON DEMAND
Duration: 1 hour
Distributed energy resources (DERs) pose both challenges and opportunities for utilities. Power quality and voltage issues, for instance, can threaten grid reliability and even damage transformers, capacitors, and other infrastructure. But DERs can also benefit utilities by leveraging customer investments to achieve sustainability goals, reduce peak demand, and avoid the need for expensive grid upgrades. Managing the risk of DERs while maximizing their full potential requires utilities embrace new tools for operating and managing the grid. Distributed energy resource management system (DERMS) software can help utilities meet customer demand for DERs while maintaining grid reliability and containing costs.
In this webinar, we’re going to examine the important differences between DERMS solutions on the market. In particular, webinar attendees will learn the true value of a DERMS able to connect utility customer DER programs with the operators responsible for managing the grid. Webinar attendees will also learn how DERMS can help utilities comply with Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Order 2222. Join the live webinar to learn more about:
Learn from Sacramento Municipal Utility District’s (SMUD) experience integrating the Integra DERMS and its roadmap for achieving future value
Why not all DERMS are created equal, and what features an enterprise DERMS offers
The unique value of a DERMS able to integrate with an ADMS solution
Why beginning DERMS implementation now is so important (hint: if an influx of DERs hasn’t arrived yet, it soon will)
Vice President and General Manager
Power & Utilities at Aspen Technology, Inc.