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Congruitive’s solutions are found throughout PG&E’s vast transmission and distribution grid — in substations and regional control centers, and at the corporate enterprise level.
As one of the nation’s largest and longest-operating electric utilities, Southern California Edison is committed to keeping electricity safe, reliable, affordable and clean today and for the future.
Alliant Energy uses Congruitive to manage its Gridstream mesh radio network, acquiring substation and feeder data and consolidating it into a single integrated database.
Congruitive monitors and manages communications on the Gridstream network and acquires real-time secure device data for the ninth largest community-owned electric utility in the U.S.
Commonwealth Edison relies on Congruitive solutions to expedite the time-consuming process of outage location detection, providing crews with real-time fault alarms, location, hourly loads, and temperatures.
The DOE’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory deploys its deep technical expertise and unmatched breadth of capabilities to transform our nation’s energy resources and systems.
Pepco depends on Congruitive technology to manage an award-winning automation project that improved the reliability of its electrical operations in the Washington, D.C. area.
Congruitive solutions serve as the primary operator interface for Shell Oil Refinery’s electrical distribution system, providing load data from the company’s electrical grid system and supporting automatic load shedding.
PECO has created a new Smart Grid using Congruence.IQ RESTORE to monitor distribution feeders and manage outages, automatically opening SCADA switches to isolate the fault without operator intervention.
Calpine uses Congruitive’s secure, certified RIG (Gateway) solution to connect its geothermal and natural gas-fired power generation sites with the California Independent System Operator (CAISO).
Chevron Oil Refinery uses Congruitive's multiple applications for real-time substation SCADA management. The software provides an integrated view of all substations, alarming, HMI within the substations, sequence of events (SOE), mimic panel of the grid, and interface to the corporate historian.
Unison Networks, one of New Zealand’s most progressive power providers, uses Congruitive technology in a state-of-the-art, self-healing network, part of its strategy to deliver power through advanced Smart Grid technologies.