TEN Thuringer Energienetze GmbH & Co. KG has commissioned PSI Software AG with the delivery and implementation of the modular and control system-independent Redispatch 2.0 solution based on PSIsaso/DSO. The redispatch module in the control system, which was also ordered, also fulfills the extended process requirements according to NABEG 2.0.
PSIsaso/DSO continuously records the network model from the control system as well as schedule and forecast data and generates network status forecasts. Based on this, the requirements of the upstream network operator are evaluated and to avoid congestion in the own network or in networks of downstream network operators the necessary measures are initiated. Due to the modular concept, different customer requirements can be implemented precisely and cost-effectively.
As a wholly owned subsidiary of TEAG Thüringer Energie AG, TEN Thüringer Energienetze is the largest distribution network operator in Thuringia and takes on all infrastructure services for the supply of electricity and natural gas as well as the connection of decentralized generation systems. More than 1.1 million people and the economy in Thuringia and neighboring parts of Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt are supplied with energy via the approximately 40,000 km long electricity and natural gas network.
With PSIsaso/DSO, distribution network operators can participate in planning and forecasting processes of the redispatch regime and transparently and efficiently design the effects in their own network through a proven network condition forecast with an optimal selection and dimensioning of measures. In addition to the "Extended" version, PSI also offers a "Basic" variant especially for network operators with a simple network structure and no bottlenecks in their own network.
The PSI Group develops its own software products for optimizing the flow of energy and materials for utilities (energy grids, energy trading, public transport) and industry (metals production, automotive, mechanical engineering, logistics). PSI was founded in 1969 and employs more than 2,000 people worldwide.