Salt River Project (SRP), the largest electricity provider in the greater Phoenix area, relies on AspenTech’s OSI Digital Grid Solutions to reliably manage its distribution power grid, optimize operations and incorporate a growing supply of distributed energy resources. Read this blog to learn more about SRP's multiyear plan to:
Optimize complex utilities networks across generation, transmission and distribution to reliably, securely and efficiently operate through digital grid management.
Leverage large amounts of data for understanding the detailed state of the power system to optimize electricity distribution and respond to events.
Stay a step ahead of challenges with equipment such as wind turbines, bearings and gearboxes by accurately predicting the asset performance.
Ensure optimum safety, startups and operation. Manage risks across the network and protect critical assets.
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