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Considerations for joining the Western Energy Imbalance Market – Part 3: Member cost savings and the benefits of participation
In this, the last article of a three-part series about the Western Energy Imbalance Market (EIM), we look at EIM member cost savings and the benefits of participation, and PSC Technical Director Tracy Rolstad answers some common questions about the EIM.
PSC and our partners have completed a survey of over 1600 km of transmission line for New Zealand's National Grid owner Transpower combining detailed modeling with dedicated vegetation management for the Phase 10 survey.
PSC’s Roger Riley explains the inertia dilemma in balancing modern electricity grids and how Australia has utilized its asynchronous generation and storage to find cost-effective grid stability solutions.
The complexity of highly regulated electricity market management systems calls for a hybrid framework for delivering tailor-made systems. This post explains why one size does not fit all in today's energy markets and how PSC’s unique approach - based on solid software development skills and lessons learned – is an ever-evolving process.
WPD’s EPIC innovation project aims to integrate local electricity expectations by creating an automated approach to HV network analysis and making it a standardized part of WPD’s planning assumptions. It also gives local stakeholders a voice to provide input into how solutions to network constraints are selected.
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.