"PSI GridConnect" ist the new company name from Februar 1, 2019. This name combines the proven business of process connection with the new task of providing "intelligence for secure smart grids".
All business activities formerly run under the name of "PSI NENTEC" will be continued under the name of "PSI GridConnect" from that day. All other data such as commercial register number, bank details, and VAT ID will remain unchanged. All existing contracts and agreements will remain valid. Furthermore, our staff can be reached at the known contact details.
June 2015 – From now on, the Smart Telecontrol Unit (STU) is availble with LTE module. With this module the STU offers a cost-saving alternative to leased line connections for process interfacing. LTE stands for Long Term Evolution and a broadband supply with low latencies. In comparison with other mobile radio standards LTE has significantly lower response times for data transmission.
June 2015 – PSI Nentec together with the PSI AG present their concept of hierarchical network managment for low voltage networks at the CIRED in Lyon, France, from June 15th to 18th, 2015. With more and more producers in the middle and low voltage network, this concept guarantees a reliable power supply and minimal network investments. Meet us at our stand F3 in the Convention Center.
February 2015 – At the E-world trade show in Essen, Germany, the new VPP Pool Controller has been presented. In virtual power plants this pool controller takes over the important functionality to control and monitor heterogenous energy system which are combined to so-called pools. PSI Nentec demonstrated in its trade show presentation the interaction of the components VPP Pool Controller and Smart Telecontrol Unit with the optimazation function of the PSIvpp control system.
September 2014 – During the energy awareness week in Rheinland-Pfalz, the Smart Operator has been launched in the community of Kisselbach. The integration within the power grid sets-up a field test with more than 130 households connected to the Smart Operator. The main focus of this smart grid is to optimize the balance between the energy production and consumption by controlling single grid components.
July 2014 – The Lechwerke (LEW) and RWE Deutschland celebrated the official start-up of the first smart grid in Wertachau near Augsburg, Germany. The installation combines smart meters, white goods and network components to one smart grid. Core piece of this network is the Smart Operator developed by PSI Nentec. Read press release...