Opus One DERMS enables the energy transition journey from end-to-end.
Opus One DERMS can be configured to suit any level of customer DER management needs from simply controlling direct dispatch to a more complex approach such as market energy trading. We work directly with the Utilities to provide solutions that fit with their policy, direction and provide wide range of capabilities as listed below:
GET ORGANIZED: THE WHO, WHAT, WHERE, AND WHY OF DER MANAGEMENT
TAKE ACTION: THE WHEN AND HOW OF DER MANAGEMENT
DER Interconnection: Establish workflow management to allow developers and customers to bring in DERs into the grid at their respective lifecycle entry point.
Key features: Hosting Capacity, Registration and Interconnection Tracking
DER Modelling: Each DER is defined to accurately associate itself to the network model, from the substation to feeder to transformer to meter to a house.
Key Features: Registration, DER Asset Modelling, Grouping and Aggregation, and Logical Network Model, Common Information Model (CIM) Impedance Network Model
DER Program Management: Opus One Solutions works closely with the Utility to define why we are controlling these DERs, what framework they will be using and the business rules that will help create metrics that establishes economic value.
Key Features: Contract Management, Flexibility Markets, Transactive Energy Management, Demand Programs, Virtual Power Plant Management, Local Service Exchange, and Settlements
DER Management Capabilities: Helping utilities to effectively manage DERs.
Key Features: Monitoring, Alarms, Alerts, Dashboards: Scheduling and Dispatch, Load and Generation Forecasting, Protocol management (2030.50, Open ADR, DNP3, RESTAPI
DER Control Methodologies: Providing utilities with a variety of control methods, complexities, and algorithms under different policy and regulatory frameworks.
Key Features: Demand Response, Utility Direct DER Control, Peak Shaving, Power Flow-based Optimization, Rule-based Controls, Operating Envelope, Active Network Management
DER Simulation: Offering utilities the ability to simulate and study how DER impact the network and how investment can be compared
Key Features: Contract Management, Flexibility Markets, Transactive Energy Management, Demand Programs, Virtual Power Plant Management, Local Service Exchange, Settlements
A single platform to plan, analyze and act on your grid modernization strategies
Gain full visibility of your network in its as-operated state by creating a digital twin of your grid in the Opus One DERMS Platform; visualize real power flow across your network to spot any constraints.
Leverage the digital twin of your grid to run complex planning analyses, like evaluating a DER’s ability to alleviate a system constraint.
Calculate with precision how much distributed energy capacity you can host, and where, across your network.
Using the Opus One DERMS Integrated Distribution Planning module, you can compare the results of your analysis side-by-side to choose the most cost-effective solutions to meet your grid's future needs.
Determine the value DERs can provide to your grid's operations by running simulated or live transactive energy markets and other DER programs using the Opus One DERMS Transactive Energy Management System module.
Monitor and control DERs and microgrids in real time with the Opus One DERMS Distributed Energy Resource Management System module.
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