ENERGY manager is our customer magazine for energy suppliers. It is published twice a year and gives you an overview of the latest software developments, user reports, current activities in research & development, international trade fairs and more.
You will also find on our blog selected articles from the current issue as well as other interesting contributions on the topics of public transport, logistics and production.
Germany’s electricity and gas transmission and distribution infrastructure is exceptionally robust. Most disruptive events can be handled without causing significant supply disruptions. But the global coronavirus pandemic, devastating floods and increasing cyber-attacks show us our vulnerability. Despite high levels of precautionary investment, unforeseen events and threats unsettle us. To ensure the necessary resilience of the power system, data is increasingly automated and provided in a decision-oriented manner. Malfunctions can thus often already be detected before they hit.
For the efficient use of renewable energies, industry relies on the existing and well-developed gas infrastructure. This can absorb, store and transport large quantities of renewable energy in the form of gases in a wide variety of compositions. With intelligent software solutions, PSI provides effective impulses and supports the conversion to a hydrogen-based energy system.
The PSI Gas Grids and Pipelines business unit is providing customers with a new release for the products PSIcontrol, PSItransport, PSIganesi, PSIcomcentre and PSIreporting at least once a year. The focus is on the continuous development of IT security features to protect investments in the energy infrastructure. Via the “Upgrade-as-a-Service” service for application software, all customers can also benefit from the new and improved features for dispatching.
The Swiss Zugerland Verkehrsbetriebe AG (ZVB) has successfully tested the first active charging management system at its depot in Zug. The foundation is the cloud-based and autonomous system PSIngo (Intelligent Grid Operator) from the PSI GridConnect GmbH for the flexible control of charging processes. The ZVB fleet is to comprise twelve e-buses by the end of 2022 and the line operation should be CO2-neutral by 2035.
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