Smart grid wins: A quick way to keep up with smart grid companies




Ideal Power, a developer of a disruptive power conversion technology called Power Packet Switching Architectureâ„¢, announced that it had received a purchase order for ten of its PPSA-enabled 30 kW battery converters from Coritech Services, a provider of custom engineering solutions for a variety of applications including electric vehicle charging. Coritech intends to install the battery converters in its bi-directional electric vehicle charging system for use in Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) applications for the Department of Defense (DoD). Read more >>


Survalent Technology, provider of smart grid solutions for the control room, has commissioned a new Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS) for South Alabama Electric Cooperative. Read more >>


Hawaiian Electric, in collaboration with DVI, a grid-optimization subsidiary of Dominion Resources, has executed a license agreement for the use of DVI's EDGE® advanced Grid Optimization solution. EDGE® will initially be deployed benefitting 5,200 customers as part of a larger grid modernization program that includes AMI from Silver Spring Networks and other smart-grid technologies. Read more >>


C3 Energy announced that Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE) has successfully deployed C3 Revenue Protectionâ„¢ and C3 AMI Operationsâ„¢ across BGE’s two million meter smart grid network, to help achieve its goals of ensuring cost-effective, efficient, and reliable energy delivery. Read more >>


IBM has reached a seven-year agreement with NiSource to continue providing a broad range of IT services, including the creation and management of a hybrid cloud computing environment. The agreement will help accelerate business innovation, while supporting NiSource’s continued focus on customer service, system security and business application performance. Read more >>


Avantha Group Company CG has sealed a deal with Spain’s leading energy group, Iberdrola Ingenieria y Construccion S.A.U., which is supervising the Nairobi Metropolitan Ring Project, to supply high-voltage (HV) equipment for the under-construction 220/66 kV substations around the Greater Nairobi Metropolitan Area. The order, worth $15 million, involves the supply of six 200 MVA, 220/66kV HV power transformers, circuit breakers, instrument transformers and lightning arresters. Read more >>