Hosted on the Pratexo edge-to-cloud platform, solution frameworks built by Pratexo are highly customizable and significantly accelerate your ability to stand up solutions to critical operational issues. Such solutions function wherever is most appropriate, from the far edge all the way to public clouds – even when entirely shielded from the internet.

Electrification Solution FRAMEWORK by Pratexo

Intelligent Power Management

Electrification ecosystems are rapidly transforming from monolithic, one-way generation and distribution systems, to become highly integrated, multi-source operations. These intelligent grids broker power from distributed sources and will be able to utilize dynamic, market-based pricing. The technology and solutions to enable such an ecosystem now exist in the form of the Pratexo Edge-to-Cloud Platform as a Service, hosting its highly-customizable Intelligent Power Management Solution.

Patexo Power Management

Some examples of Intelligent Power Management include a set of reference architectures that share a common core:

  • Demand/Response Solution: Interfacing with TSO services to balance the supply and demand by enabling consumers to reduce consumption when demand spikes. This benefits the TSO by allowing power delivery to satisfy all consumers, while benefiting consumers by compensating them for reduction in consumption during peak loads. Our Demand/Response solution supports automated grid balancing within the constraints of time windows of approximately 5 minutes response times.
  • Fast Frequency Response Solution: Our Fast Frequency Response solution supports automated grid balancing in real time using our patented “Smart FFR Sensor.”
  • Virtual Power Plant Solution: The grid is increasingly complex, including multiple power sources. The decision to balance the load between the different power sources needs a smart decision engine that can drive optimal performance so that the grid can be viewed as a Virtual Power Plant.

Solution Benefits

  • Improved electrical grid stability
  • Optimal delivery of power delivery services to customers
  • Optimizing cost of power consumption
  • Ability to take part in power flexibility markets
  • Reduce downtime due to fluctuations in supply and demand
  • Eliminate failures to spikes in demand
  • Greater resistance to external attacks
  • Real time monitoring, alerting, reporting on supply and demand across the ecosystem