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Develop The Vision, Concept And Business Case For The Next Generation Energy Management Systems.

Tenders are invited for Develop The Vision, Concept And Business Case For The Next Generation Energy Management Systems (EMS)

In this Phase I RFP, NYPA seeks to develop the vision, concept and business case for a next generation EMS by the end of 2015 and begin engaging major EMS vendors, with the goal of being in the position to formally partner with an EMS vendor to develop the system in subsequent phases starting in 2016. For over 50 years, since the inception of EMS there has been gradual evolutionary progress in the makeup of the EMS and SCADA systems but the fundamental architecture has remained the same. With the acceptance and proliferation of PMUs and the necessary communications infrastructure to transmit these high quality system measurements to control centers, supported by enhanced computing power and throughput and the advent of new algorithms for power grid analysis, it is very timely that the industry reassesses the architecture and starts to develop superior tools and techniques for enhanced operation and control of power systems. NYPA is in a unique position to lead the industry in this endeavor. High-level objectives of this study are first and foremost to determine the art of the possible of what can be achieved in terms of advanced, automated vs. human control of grid operation and control capabilities.

Major organization : NEW YORK POWER AUTHORITY

Address : 123 Main Street

White Plains, N.Y. 10601

Contact Person: Karl Smith

Country :United States

Email : Karl.Smith@nypa.gov

Tender notice number : Q15-5935KS

Notice type : Tender Notice

Open date : 2015-08-18

Tender documents : T28474525.pdf

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