It’s a moment when our customers are being called to transform—but we are transforming, too. Over the past 130 years, we’ve rewritten and redesigned our company to meet the challenges we faced yesterday, today, and tomorrow. That’s why we’re poised for the digital industrial era, and we’re ready to help lead our customers forward into a new future.
Industry Leading Software Requires:
The Energy grid is moving to an era of Digital Energy. We take the power of operational software and combine it with analytics to optimize your network. By creating a common data fabric, making applications modular, layering in machine learning, and taking a distributed approach with architecture and execution, we can help you achieve Network-Level Optimization.
Transmission solutions: Increased grid stability, forecasting and security with Adv, Energy Management Systems (EMS), Wide-area Management Solutions (WAMS), Renewables and Distributed Energy Resources (DER) and Market Systems.
Distribution solutions: Improved grid reliability and efficiency with DER-aware Advanced Distribution Management Solutions (ADMS) + Mobility + Analytics.
Asset management and analytics: Increased geospatial network accuracy, office to field mobility + AI/ML analytic insights.
Utilities communications; Enabling high availability for mission critical applications with Gridcom product portfolio.
Cyber security solutions: Identify ways to further secure networks including remote operations.
Renewables & DERs: Harness the potential of renewables and distributed energy resources as companies move toward sustainability and environmentally conscious positions.
Read the Gartner report about how “climate concerns and grid edge disruption are forcing structural changes in the utility sector. As the industry undergoes a deep redesign and addresses pandemic implications, this research helps utility CIOs develop a forward-looking information and technology strategy for the sustainable future.”
Solve for the challenge of grid transformation with an integrated and interoperable digital grid management system.
Network-Level Optimization is a single source of truth for the electric delivery system, a cohesive, all-encompassing model of equipment, wiring, devices, and other grid components, as-designed and as-operated. It’s a digital brain that leverages data across the enterprise to achieve new levels of productivity and profitability.
Leverage Digital Energy grid solutions to bridge the gap between predictive and prescriptive—connecting traditionally siloed systems, and providing integrated workflows delivered via a brilliant UI/UX.
Accelerate the transformation to an autonomous future that connects and orchestrates in new ways, leveraging data across the enterprise using advanced analytics, machine learning, and AI—while remaining flexible on-premise, on the edge, and in the cloud.
Britain’s biggest electricity network operator, UK Power Networks, is rolling out Primary Outage Restoration Tool (PORT) software, developed with GE Digital, which reconnects supplies faster via healthy alternative circuits following an Extra High Voltage (EHV) fault.
Jim Walsh, General Manager for GE Digital’s Grid Software said: “UK Power Networks is a leader in providing innovative solutions to meet customer needs. We are delighted to be a partner with UK Power Networks as we work together to develop products and technology that help the electric grid to be smarter, more flexible, and more reliable.”
Lower your total cost of ownership while generating faster time to value and the flexibility to deploy anywhere, faster.
Going beyond traditional distribution management systems, ranked #1 by Navigant Research.
Manage and orchestrate DERs in an end-to-end manner, via flexible deployment options
Model and manage your entire network infrastructure with consistency across your enterprise
Deliver fast, reliable and secure communications solutions for mission critical applications
How can you use a data fabric to unlock insights you weren’t able to unlock before? GE’s Matt Schnugg explains
With distributed energy resources emerging at a pace that utilities can’t control, utilities need to start preparing now for the future.
Compare how your utility is managing the energy transformation. Learn from New Zealand.