GridGEM Enables Multi-Roof Solar with HV Connection Constraints

GridGEM was chosen by Solar Sense UK to provide the solution to enable a complex solar installation to take place on an industrial client site with inverters in multiple locations, multiple HV incomers and large distances physically between assets.


Active Network Management Solution for 2.5MW Wind Turbine

GridGEM was chosen by Clean Earth Energy to provide the realtime and dynamic client side ANM interface between their 2.5 MW Vensys wind turbine and Scottish Power, the DNO.


GridGEM chosen as Solution to Manage Constrained Wind Turbine Incorporating Load Management

GridGEM was chosen by a Scottish client to provide an export limitation solution that embedded load management prior to reducing the output of the turbine.


GridGEM Chosen as Solution to Manage 850 kW Wind Turbine Private Wire

Royal Mint, the UK-based provider of currency, needed a trusted solution to manage the provision of electricity from an 850 kW wind turbine on a private wire to their site which was subject to an export constraint.


GridGEM Enables Multi-MW Solar Co-Location with Wind Farm

GridGEM was chosen as the control solution to enable the co-location of 2.5MW of solar PV with an existing 6MW wind farm to ensure that the combined power did not break the existing 6MW connection & export limit.


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GridGEM Enables Investor Owned Wind Turbine to Connect to Industrial Site via Private Wire

GridGEM was chosen as the control solution to enable a 500kW wind turbine to supply electricity to Imerys’s clay mining site via a private wire in Cornwall. The project was complex due to a combination of export constraints across multiple HV connection points & the need for a dynamic changeover between different connection points.


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GridGEM Enables Southend Airport to Install 2.5MW of Solar PV

GridGEM was chosen by Syzygy Renewables as the control solution to enable a 2.5MW solar PV system to be installed at Southend Airport. The project was complex due to a combination of export constraints across multiple HV connection points & the need to solve the problem of communicating with the inverters across a runway!