GE Digital Named a Leader in IDC MarketScape Worldwide DERMS 2022 Vendor Assessment

GE Digital Named a Leader in IDC MarketScape Worldwide DERMS 2022 Vendor Assessment

GE Digital moment blazoned it has been named in a Leader order of the IDC MarketScape Worldwide Distributed Energy Resource Management Systems (DERMS) 2022 Vendor Assessment 1. The report notes, “ GE Digital has a solid geographic footmark in the global mileage request with a strong base of assiduity experience across transmission, distribution, and request drivers and over 55 live executions of DERMS with 30 fresh guests now added through Opus One Results.”
GE Digital’s DERMS products have evolved using GE’s sphere moxie, artificial knowledge, and serviceability operations-centric experience. GE Digital presently has further than 80 live executions of its DERMS result in the mileage sector with a significant presence in North America, Europe, and Australia where renewable penetration is loftiest, alongside growing engagement in arising regions.

In addition, the report notes, “ GE Digital’s DERMS products offer a deep breadth of capabilities through the company’s 12 natively interoperable modules designed to be stationed within a multivendor terrain, allowing end druggies to avoid seller cinch- heft. All its 12 DERMS modules, similar as DER- enabled Civilians, DER- enabled ADMS, and DER- enabled AEMS, offer inflexibility to its mileage guests by allowing them to integrate each DERMS module either independently or bed directly into the being mileage systems.”
“ GE Digital has erected a foundation of mileage and clean energy moxie to address functional requirements in both the renewables and DER integration space,” said John Villali, Research Director IDC Energy Perceptivity. “ We’ve been impressed with GE Digital’s position of software invention in partnering with the most progressive mileage guests encyclopedically to meet their DER unity and grid optimization challenges. With the company’s recent investment in Opus One Results and unborn product roadmap plans, we see great alignment with the unborn request need.”

GE Digital’s accession of Opus One will strengthen the company’s presence in the DERMS space with an expanded result portfolio, gift pool, and invention focus, the report said. Combining GE Digital’s robust DERMS and renewable energy moxie and products with Opus One’s focus on technico-profitable DER optimization, analytics, planning, operations, and requests will produce a broader and further comprehensive set of DERMS immolations to the request.
“ We’re recognized to be named a leader in the IDC MarketScape for DERMS,” said Jim Walsh, General Manager for GE Digital’s Grid Software business. “ GE Digital’s DERMS result helps serviceability integrate, control, and optimize the adding number of Distributed Energy Coffers while meeting objects similar as resiliency,non-wire druthers, request access, and energy affordability for guests. Our modular software is seller agnostic and provides capabilities that support use cases across a serviceability’DER relinquishment maturity.”

Crucial areas of expansion in GE Digital’s DERMS products coming out of the Opus One accession include DER simulation and hosting capacity, distribution grid and DER inflexibility valuation and look-ahead optimization, demand response, and unity of distribution- position inflexibility requests allowing aggregators and DER possessors to share in the secure collaboration of transmission and distribution grids.