PECO Selects Telvents Smart Grid Solutions

PECO has selected Telvent’s smart grid solutions to upgrade its electrical network, which will result in reduced power losses and operational costs, and improved power quality and reliability.
Specifically, PECO reports it will implement Telvent’s advanced distribution management system (ADMS) “to monitor and control its electric network using one integrated system. With this system, the utility will have access to real-time information to control load management, fault analysis and network optimization.”

Singapore PowerGrid Selects Telvent for Next Generation Utility Technology

News that Telvent’s array of smart grid solutions will help utility leverage data to improve operational efficiencies, ensure consistent power delivery and maximize customer satisfaction. Telvent (NASDAQ: TLVT), the leading real-time IT solutions and information provider for a sustainable world, announced today that Singapore PowerGrid (SPPG) has selected to work with Telvent on implementing the next generation of GIS and outage management technology. With multiple Telvent solutions paired with Esri South Asia and Microsoft platforms, SPPG will be able to reduce service disruptions and associated costs caused by power outages.

Telvent Selected for Spanish Smart Grid Project

Telvent, which provides real-time IT solutions and information to help companies become more sustainable, has been selected to design, install, and manage the distributed control system (DCS) for the first two solar thermal power plants in the Abengoa’s Extremadura Solar Platform, located in Logrosán, Cáceres, Spain. The deal, which marks the fifteenth Abengoa-owned commercial power plant in Spain for which Telvent has developed integrated control systems, is part of Telvent’s strategy to further its global smart grid leadership in the solar industry.

Schneider Electric to Acquire Telvent

Schneider Electric has announced the acquisition of Telvent, which provides high value-added IT software and solutions of real-time management of smart infrastructures. It provides its customers with increased reliability and flexibility of power distribution networks as well as operational and energy efficiency of their infrastructures. The deal has been approved by the board of directors of Telvent.

Telvent Selected to Implement Distributed Control System for Solar Thermal Power Plant in Abu Dhabi

In a place where the sun shines for 365 days a year, solar energy projects surely finds a natural home! Telvent (NASDAQ: TLVT), the leading real-time IT solutions and information provider for a sustainable world, announced today that it has been selected to design, install and manage the distributed control system (DCS) for Shams Power Company’s Shams-1 solar thermal power plant in Madinat Zayed, 75 miles (120 kilometres) southwest of Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates.


Telvent Extend Russian Footprint

Telvent is partnering with Esri CIS in Russia to provide smart grid solutions for the country’s energy industry. Under this new collaboration, Esri CIS’s 3,000 clients will gain access to Telvent solutions that support their transition to a smart grid and provide a more reliable and efficient infrastructure network.

Telvent Partners with Larsen and Toubro

Information technology (IT) company Telvent has entered into a partnership with Larsen and Toubro Ltd. to implement a smart grid project for Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Co. Ltd. Telvent will supply baseline data and IT applications for energy accounting, auditing and IT-based consumer service centers for 95 towns in India. The project is an opportunity for Telvent and Larsen and Toubro to deploy state-of-the-art toolsets for utilities to take an active role in the rapidly emerging smart grid systems.

Telvent to Develop Centralized Control Center for Solar Energy Plants

Information technology company Telvent has been selected by Abengoa Solar to implement the complete centralize control system for the Seville, Spain-based Helioenergy I and II solar energy plants. The plants have a surface capture mirrors area of 3.24 million square feet and each plant is capable of generating enough clean energy to supply 25,700 homes. It is estimated the plants will reduce CO2 emissions by more than 31,400 tons every year.