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Rising to the Challenge of Renewables and DERs

Rising to the challenges of renewables and DERs | webinar | GE Digital

Renewables and DERs present complex challenges for Transmission and Distribution operators. With their current rate of growth, these resources can no longer be managed in a silo.

Electric utilities need renewable- and DER-awareness and orchestration across their full IT/OT network and a coordinated solution to represent and manage them across the modern power grid.

During this session we will present and demonstrate some of GE Digital’s solutions that can help you tackle these challenges, empowering your utility to:

  • Automate screening of new load and DER connection requests, making it easier and faster to respond to customers
  • Affordably monitor all DERs and control them respecting prosumer’s contracts – in a seamless and secure fashion, over the Internet
  • Generate accurate, scalable, versatile forecasts of renewables & DERs
  • Maximize Distributed Generation and DERs while avoiding CAPEX reinforcement
  • Manage voltage variability in a world of rapid renewable energy influx

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Let GE Digital demonstrate software to help you manage your renewables and DERs