Achieve the Potential of DERMS, Connect Utility Operations with Customer Programs
Distributed energy resources (DERs) pose challenges and opportunities for utilities. Power quality and voltage issues, for instance, can threaten grid reliability and damage transformers, capacitors and other infrastructure. DERs also benefit utilities by leveraging customer investments to achieve sustainability goals, reduce peak demand and avoid the need for expensive grid upgrades.
Delivering on the Promise of Prescriptive Maintenance
Leading asset-intensive companies are using prescriptive maintenance—powered by AI and machine learning—to unlock the value and productivity lying uncaptured in assets. Using a scalable, easy to implement prescriptive maintenance solution, companies can improve the accuracy of failure detection, increase the advance notification period of asset downtime events and reduce maintenance spend.
OCP Ecuador Uses Prescriptive Maintenance to Accurately Identify Asset Failure and Reduce Maintenance Costs
OCP Ecuador is a midstream oil and gas company that transports, stores and ships crude oil. With assets installed in remote locations along its 485-kilometer pipeline, the company needed a maintenance solution that would enable them to predict and prevent equipment failures before they occurred. With Aspen Mtell® prescriptive maintenance, the company can now continuously monitor its critical assets for impending failure, using both process and mechanical data.
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