PXiSE maximizes efficiency and reliability to traditional power systems control

Reduces Cost

PXiSE’s Advanced Control Technology (ACT) is a software-based solution that can be implemented in a few weeks and can be replicated easily using the built-in Asset Framework from the embedded OSI PI Data platform.

Reduces Risk

PXiSE’s ACT can integrate and precisely coordinate the use of DERs at high-speed to optimize economic and system reliability objectives.

Increases Revenue

PXiSE’s ACT can increase revenue by improving capacity factors, PPA value proposition through frequency regulation, renewables firming and a rapid time to commission.

Enhances Performance of DER's

PXiSE’s superior DERMS solution can integrate and precisely coordinate the use of DERs at high-speed in order to optimize the economic and reliability objectives as a system.

PXiSE’s ACT DELIVERS BETTER VALUE AND PERFORMANCE

Faster

Coordinates and optimizes real and reactive power of DERs at up to 60 times per second

Operational Compliance

Uses proven OSIsoft PI data platform and meets IEEE 2030.7 Microgrid standards and IEEE 5 DERMS standards

Dynamic

Mitigates unplanned grid disturbances

Maximum Efficiency

Minimizes infrastructure and energy costs

Improving Grid Efficiency

PXiSE’s ACT can improve the efficiency and efficacy of the electric grid. By providing real-time control, customers, utilities and grid managers can better plan, manage and operate the electric grid to potentially reduce the need for spinning reserves during peak energy usage.

Supporting Reliability

PXiSE’s ACT supports grid reliability. By enabling more precise control, electricity from solar and wind can be managed and delivered without interruptions traditionally caused by unforeseen conditions thereby reducing power-generation curtailments.

Managing Multiple Energy Sources

PXiSE’s ACT can resolve grid intermittency and congestion. By directly controlling inverters to manage voltage fluctuations, intermittency and congestion issues caused by a high percentage of distributed and renewable generation can be mitigated.