GE Digital Energy- Americas Software Summit

Blacksburg, Va.- John Federowicz, president of EDD, and Jason Bank, one of our senior engineers, attended the GE Digital Energy- Americas Software Summit in Colorado Springs, CO at the beginning of the month, along with about 350 customers, staff, partners, and media.  “Everyone at the summit was impressed by the momentum that the GE Digital Energy…

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Our Website is Live!

Our new website is live! We have worked hard to create a more user-friendly experience for our customers and those interested in our software. We have also included some awesome new features like the ability to request a training or demo of our software, new social media capabilities, and shareable content. Enjoy! http://www.edd-us.com

Mark Leyo and David Kleppinger will be at the Technology Fair, hosted by Central Hudson, on Jan. 14 & 15. Stop by our booth to learn more about DEW/ISM and the smart grid.

Clarkson University Chooses DEW/ISM for Distribution Planning Research Project

Blacksburg, Va.- Clarkson University chose Electrical Distribution Design’s DEW/ISM software for a distribution planning research project. The university has gained support by Orange & Rockland Utilities and National Grid. According to Clarkson University professor, Thomas Ortmeyer, the project is a study to identify the costs of service of supplying energy to battery electric vehicles in the…

Electrical Distribution Design’s Cost-Benefit Analysis of Orange & Rockland Utilities’ Smart Grid Investments Released by EPRI

Blacksburg, Va. – October 10, 2014 – The cost-benefit analysis Electrical Distribution Design performed using DEW/ISM with Orange & Rockland Utilities and Brookhaven National Laboratory was released by EPRI in early October. ORU had begun to implement automation on about five percent of its distribution system. When functional, the system would be represented in near real time…

A model-centric approach allows utilities to analyze more data than ever before

A mounting problem for utilities is the increasing amount of data produced by smart grid devices like Automated Meter Infrastructure and Radar Weather Data. These technologies are generating terabyte sized data sets, which utilities are struggling to, or failing to, analyze. The standard practice is to deploy different models to organize data and solve certain problems. This creates silo’ed organizations with…