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PSC continues to build out its management team as it gears up for growth, with Heskin Mzungu joining the consultancy as its new Power Systems Studies Team Leader in its Asia Pacific region.
Memorial Day is a time for Americans to reconnect with our history and core values by honoring those who gave their lives for our country’s ideals. This Memorial Day, we are especially grateful as we celebrate the life of one of our industry colleagues, Jim Knight, who lost his courageous battle with lung cancer this month.
May 22, 1995, is PSC’s birthday when founders Tony Armstrong and Ranil De Silva wrote the first chapter of PSC’s history in New Zealand. Since then - supported by our amazing clients and dedicated employees around the world - PSC has faced our ups and downs and continues to help our clients solve the real-world problems facing the electricity industry today.
The driving forces behind climate momentum and clean energy transition for businesses, and the actions to take
Guest contributors Aleksandra Taskovic and Sam Gill from SLR Consulting offer their insights about the global energy transition and the importance of businesses developing their own plans for climate action.
Engaged by CPP to help on an ElectraNet project, PSC provided its telecommunications expertise to deliver a new 275kV substation, a solar-powered optical fiber repeater site, and protection and telecommunications equipment to ultimately give OZ Minerals direct access to the main electricity grid to power their mining operations.
The UK's Future Networks Conference took place virtually April 28-29 and brought together C-level energy network executives as directors, heads and managers responsible for innovation, regulation, strategy and more, to set out how net-zero challenges will be managed within RIIO2 constraints. PSC UK was in attendance to gain and share insights.
PSC is collaborating with WPD to develop a project to trial flexible reactive power in distribution networks to realize the real-world benefit demonstrated in the Virtual Statcom project studies.
While the primary focus for EMS modeling is on a company’s own electric system, an external model of neighboring electric systems is needed to support the internal EMS operations of the company.