White Papers, Project Profiles, & Case Studies
Can battery storage improve your company’s energy efficiency?
This white paper walks through the steps any commercial or industrial facility should take to determine a battery size that offers the best return on investment.
Understanding the Real Value of Phasor Measurement Units (PMUs)
By taking advantage of modern data communications and advanced control technologies, utilities can tie PMUs and data networks together to help coordinate distributed energy resources.
Tranquillity Co-Located Solar + Storage
This 205-megawatt (MW) facility became one of the first co-located solar and storage projects operating in the California market.
Great Valley Solar Power Plant Control
Operating through a single POI, this site needs to comply with CAISO setpoints and constraints and when not constrained by CAISO or its off-takers, delivers the maximum available amount of real power.
Integrated Monitoring & Control Platforms for Hybrid Power Plants
This white paper debunks six myths about renewable energy power plant controls and is a must-read for anyone researching renewable energy power plant monitoring and control platforms.
Mitigating Power And Frequency Fluctuations From DERs
When a 25 MW solar farm came online, it reduced reliance on fossil fuels but created grid instability issues due to weather variations. A microgrid controller solved the instability and provided room to add more distributed energy resources.
Managing Ramp Rates Affected By Multiple DERs
The intermittency of wind and solar on this island grid caused rapid power fluctuations that traditional controls were too slow to handle. With PXiSE’s Power Plant Control, meeting ramp rate requirements at the utility point of interconnection became a breeze.
Renewable Power Plant Control For Energy Cost Savings
PXiSE’s Power Plant Controller automates storage of power generated from solar panels and wind turbines during the day and the discharge of power from batteries at night, optimizing electricity release when energy prices are highest.