PXiSE develops next-generation electric grid control technology. Its software-based grid control platform maximizes the efficiency and production of renewable energy generation and delivers advanced control functionality and economic optimization in real time. PXiSE’s software solutions unlock the potential of distributed generation to improve grid reliability and increase renewable energy output while helping ensure system balance and power quality.
AVEVA™ PI System™ is a key component of the data management and interface of PXiSE’s three core products: the PXiSE Microgrid Controller, Distributed Energy Resource Management System (DERMS), and Renewable Power Plant Controller.
PXiSE Microgrid Controller
The PXiSE Microgrid Controller helps utilities, campuses, and communities manage and coordinate localized distributed energy resources (DERs) and loads by independently balancing real and reactive power and efficiently dispatching the resources for resiliency, power quality, and economic benefit.
The PXiSE DERMS helps utilities control the increase in renewable energy assets, batteries, and electric vehicles. It coordinates both front-of-the-meter and behind-the-meter DERs alongside traditional grid components on a single network through an integrated software platform that controls the dynamic two-way flow of energy. It balances simultaneous resource, load, demand, and network constraints while enabling a 100% renewable grid.
PXiSE Renewable Power Plant Controller
The PXiSE Renewable Power Plant Controller helps large energy generation and storage portfolio owners, developers, and EPCs optimize the efficiency and production of any combination of front-of-the-meter and utility-scale behind-the-meter renewable energy assets. It maximizes ROI by unifying solar, wind, and energy storage assets under one platform.
Electrifying transit in Martha’s Vineyard
This transit authority turned to PXiSE and AVEVA to meet its sustainability and resiliency needs. By deploying a PXiSE Microgrid Controller, it could better manage solar and storage related to fleet electrification upgrades.
DERMS: Utility-scale DERMS in a remote community
Deploying a PXiSE DERMS enabled this utility to optimize both utility- and customer-owned solar PV and batteries on its community microgrid that is traditionally powered by fossil-fuel generators.
Renewable Power Plant Controller: Tranquillity co-located solar and storage
This 205-megawatt (MW) facility became one of the first co-located solar and storage projects operating in the California market.