Integrated T&D

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Integrated Transmission & Distribution Planning & Operations

At Electric Power Engineers, LLC (EPE), we are passionate about delivering cutting- edge solutions for integrated transmission and distribution (T&D) planning and operations. With a steadfast commitment to innovation, reliability, and sustainability, we empower utilities to navigate the evolving energy landscape and seize the opportunities presented by distributed energy resources (DERs).

Services

We tailor our services to ensure your project’s success, and we consider ourselves an extension of your team.

Transforming the Power of Integration

  • Economic Studies
  • Grid Planning
  • Resiliency and Reliability
  • Hosting Capacity
  • Impact Studies
  • Load Forecasting
  • Transmission Planning

ENHANCED GRID RESILIENCE
Our integrated services, including DER
integration and transmission planning,
enhance the resilience of your grid,
ensuring a reliable power supply even
in challenging conditions.

OPTIMAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
By leveraging intelligent network models,
advanced analytics, and transmission planning
strategies, you can optimize asset utilization,
extend equipment lifespan, and reduce
maintenance costs.

 

SEAMLESS INTEGRATION OF DERs
Our solutions enable seamless integration of
DERs, promoting renewable energy adoption,
reducing dependency on traditional sources,
and enhancing sustainability. In parallel,
our transmission planning expertise ensures
the efficient transmission of power, supporting
the integration of DERs at the utility scale.

IMPROVED OUTAGE MANAGEMENT
With enhanced visibility, predictive analytics,
and DER capabilities, you gain greater
control over outages, minimizing their impact
and accelerating restoration efforts. Our
transmission planning services help identify
potential bottlenecks and enhance system
reliability, reducing the likelihood of outages.

 

 

Case Study

Horse Creek Wind

EPE provided engineering support with the interconnection, registration, testing, and commissioning of the 230 MW Horse Creek Wind project with the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT). EPE also performed a Sub-Synchronous Oscillation (SSO) analysis to determine if the proposed 230 MW Horse Creek Wind project could become radially connected to a series compensated transmission line under specific contingency conditions and in turn experience SSO disturbances causing risk to the project or to the ERCOT grid. 

How can we help you?

Discuss your project with our power and energy experts.