Energy in the Cloud’s new IDPR incorporates artificial intelligence that enables real-time decision-making through the incorporation of distributed intelligence systems.
Through their unified management platform, IDPRs intensively collect real-time data that they transmit to the platform allowing the execution of coordinated actions across all IDPRs distributed on the network, ensuring greater controllability of the network. automated form:
Distributed voltage control.
Compensation for distributed imbalances.
Compensation of distributed harmonics.
Detection and mitigation of interactions.
Estimation of load flow and congestion management.
Automatic network segmentation.
Operation in island mode.
Depending on the final configuration, the IDPR works in all 4 power quadrants under the principle of current source when it is supporting the grid or voltage source when it is working in island mode. Its battery support system allows IDPR to participate in new flexibility and aggregation services, as well as help solve congestion problems.
Therefore, is committed to making configurable computers with the following services based on the needs of your distribution network:
Network support: as an active filter that allows the control of the voltage with the management of the cancellation of harmonics, compensation of currents and management of reactive power.
Hosting Capacity: to optimize and improve the penetration of renewable sources in the network near the segment of the network where it is generated and consumed, and also to support the EnC.
QuasiGrid: to allow the safe management of consumption and generation in networks with radial architecture.
Dynamic Grid: as a solution that supports the configuration of the LV network through maneuvering elements that allow a better integration of renewable sources and Energy Citizen Communities.