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OVERVIEWS

Gridco Systems Corporate Overview


Find out more about Gridco Systems and what makes us a trusted utility partner

Gridco Systems emPower™ Solution Overview


Overview of the key components of the Gridco Systems emPower™ Solution and summary of target applications and benefits

DATA SHEETS

LV IPR-50 Pole


Product Data Sheet for the Gridco Systems Low Voltage, Single-Phase, 60Hz, 50kVA, In-line Power Regulator™ (IPR)

LV IPR-50 Pad


Product Data Sheet for the Gridco Systems Low Voltage, Single-Phase, 60Hz, 50kVA, In-line Power Regulator™ (IPR)

LV IPR-150 IEC English


Product Data Sheet for the Gridco Systems Low Voltage, Three-Phase, 50Hz, 150kVA, In-line Power Regulator™ (IPR) IEC English

LV IPR-150 IEC German


Product Data Sheet for the Gridco Systems Low Voltage, Three-Phase, 50Hz, 150kVA, In-line Power Regulator™ (IPR) IEC German

DGC


Product Data Sheet for the Gridco Systems Distributed Grid Controller™ (DGC)

GMAP


Product Data Sheet for the Gridco Systems Grid Management and Analytics Platform™ (GMAP)

SVC-20


Product Data Sheet for Low Voltage, Single-Phase, 50/60 Hz, 20 kVAR Pole-mounted Static VAR Compensator

PRT-50


Product Data Sheet for Single-Phase, 60 Hz, 50 kVA Pad-mounted Power Regulating Transformer™

APPLICATION NOTES

Increasing PV Hosting Capacity Application Note


Comparison of mitigation strategies to overcome excessive voltage rise

Voltage Assurance Application Note


Ensure that acceptable voltage levels are being delivered to customers

VVO/CVR Application Note


Regulate LV secondary voltage to increase energy and peak demand savings

WHITEPAPERS

The Business Case for Utility-Scale Power Electronics


Multi-function devices that combine series and shunt power electronics, advanced software controls, on-board sensors, and communications address multiple applications and enable multiple benefits. This white paper quantifies the various benefits enabled by these devices when deployed for PV integration by applying the industry-standard cost-effectiveness framework developed by E3.

A New Era in Active Grid Infrastructure


True grid modernization entails more than just upgrading existing assets, deploying communications and data analytics systems, and installing sensing and metering infrastructure. In order for distribution utilities to maintain a reliable and efficient power delivery system in the face of increasing adoption of distributed energy resources, increasing transmission capacity constraints, and increasing frequency of severe weather systems, they must begin migrating towards an Active Grid, one that is distributed, dynamic, and decoupled in nature. Learn more about the class of solutions needed to meet these requirements.

Intelligent Power Management


A new class of power regulation infrastructure is now coming to market that provides the long-awaited missing ingredient of an agile and intelligent grid – the ability to autonomously and rapidly react to changing grid conditions via the distributed and dynamic control of power flow