Unlocking the value of your data
The data generated within the modern grid is growing as more smart devices, sensors and technologies are being deployed within the power systems infrastructure by utilities as well as consumers. Today’s grid operators need to quickly make sense of data from multiple sources in varying formats to harness the plethora of data and use it to make better, faster decisions.
PSC has partnered with Harmonic Analytics to help utilities extract actionable information from the abundance of operational and non-operational grid data, enabling them to level-up operational excellence by turning passive data into actionable insights.
Utility telecoms and data networks
Asset and systems operations
Asset condition monitoring
Cloud-based or hosted solutions that meet our clients’ IT security requirements
Why Us for Data Analytics?
Independent, vendor neutral solutions
Experts in data science, applied analytics and software development
Deep knowledge of the electricity marketplace and other utility sectors
A world-class team of pragmatic problem solvers
All queued up
Recently, the Berkeley Labs Electricity Markets and Policy department released aggregated data on interconnection queues from electric utilities across the United States. The results paint a stunning picture of today’s interconnection market, which is flooded by active solar and battery interconnection projects. read more
Data quality vs analytics
PSC CEO Alex Boyd and Harmonic Analytics CEO Phil Shepherd contemplate how utilities can maximize the value of their data by distinguishing the relationship between data quality and analytics. read more
PSC and Harmonic Analytics announce strategic partnership
PSC and Harmonic Analytics partner to deliver insights to the electricity industry through the innovative power of data. read more
PSC dovetails domain expertise and collaboration in support of WPD’s innovation projects
WPD is working with PSC and other partners to develop solutions for its fast-changing and dynamic electricity network. The latest of these is the “NEAT” (Network Events and Alarm Transparency) project. read more