EFICAA with its ENSMART (Eficaa Self-Monitoring, Analysis & Reporting Technology) suite of energy-centric solutions enhances efficiencies through the distribution networks and grids.
- An independent, unified, secure, scalable and interoperable meter data collection system, which ensures data collection and remote configuration of meters, devices and sensors across the utility, irrespective of vendors
- Handles data collection with or without vendor specific head end systems. It establishes seamless flow of data through meters to field devices to respective or any other industry standard MDMS before the data is made available for downstream systems
- Our suite provides out of the box provision to configure and collect large volumes of data from various makes of meters, sensors and field devices with ease. It ensures two-way communication between meters, gateways and DCUs supporting standard protocols via multiple communication channels
EnSmart suite deploys never-before measuring and communication devices that bundle emerging technology stacks like IoT, Data Analytics, AI, and Business Intelligence. The solutions speak a common language enabling perfect sync and connect between disparate devices and controllers, connecting the dots like never before and giving clients a granularity level perspective and single-dashboard type of control over each and every aspect of the lifecycle.
The armoury of Smart-Grid focused solutions of EnSmart facilitate unprecedented and substantial optimisation and savings through its various systems and processes that include a comprehensive Billing System, Load Profiling system, Energy Audit facility right across the substation-feeder-transformer-consumer chain, Outage and Peak Load Management system, Power Quality Management System, Distribution Transformer Management System, Asset and Incident Management system and more, covering every aspect of operation that fully empower clients.
DSM – Demand Side Management
DSM is a proactive approach for planning, implementation, and monitoring the energy consumption during peak hours. It mainly relies on present generation with demand by controlling consumption at user side.
DSM is a novel electricity demand control technique using real-time pricing is proposed. Currently users have no means to change their power consumption to benefit the whole system. The proposed method consists of modern system identification and control that would enable user side load control. This would potentially balance demand side with supply side more effectively and would also reduce peak demand and make the whole system more efficient.
AMS – Asset Management System
Asset Management System (AMS) is one of the key issues in the Smart Grid context. Ageing assets and uncertainty in load demand profile and demand management create a challenge for the optimal operation and maintenance of electrical grids. The proper asset management reduces the risk of equipment failure, extends the equipment life, and minimizes the occurrence of unplanned outages. AMS refers to any system where the things that are of value to an entity are maintained and monitored. AMS is the systematic process of maintaining, operating, and upgrading assets with minimum possible cost. Enterprise AM (EAM) is the business processes and enabling information systems that support management of an organization's assets.
EMS – Energy Management System
Eficaa EMS - Energy Management System works with data enabled intelligent inputs capable of taking effective decisions on how to utilize energy to the customer’s advantage. User can consume energy when the price is low, sell it when the price is high, optimize energy and hydrogen storage. Eficaa offers a comprehensive, scalable solution – ranging from field-level energy data aggregation to grid-wide energy analysis at the management level.
OMS – Outage Management System
An OMS-Outage Management System, typically includes functions such as trouble-call handling, outage analysis and prediction, crew management and reliability reporting. OMS is a mission-critical system. At some utilities, hundreds of users can use it simultaneously. It integrates information about customers, system status and resources such as crews, providing a platform for operational decision support.
It provides means for faster fault identification and assist in reducing interruption duration, leading to improved reliability performance. More efficient assignment and tracking of field personnel leads to reduced operating costs. Customer satisfaction increases through reduced outage times and the capability to give customers better information about outages, such as causes, extent and restoration time estimates.
OMS also improve internal and external reliability reporting and leads to improved coordination of planned and unplanned work.
PQMS – Power Quality Management System
Power Quality Management System (PQMS) is a platform and interfaces to collect, tabulate, analysis and display data to various stakeholders. Power management systems help ensure the safe, reliable, efficient, and compliant operation of electrical distribution systems, including the assets connected to it.
- Avoid electrical fires and prevent shock
- Recover from outages more quickly and safely
- Improve uptime by avoiding unplanned outages
- Find ways to reduce energy costs
- Optimize maintenance and get more life from electrical assets
Simplify the process of acquiring and maintaining compliance to standards, regulations, and legislation for things such as energy management, carbon emissions, and power quality
Any facility that depends on their electrical distribution infrastructure to deliver high quality power at all times to keep their operations running. And, in fact, any business that wants to remain competitive and operationally efficient.
PLMS – Power Load Management System
At the peak time discoms can cut the power only for power load and provide supply to light loads. By doing this discoms can avoid the use of inverters for domestic purposes. Inverters are having a major drawback as it consumes more power and will deliver only less power as output. Since most of the domestic consumers are having inverters, power cut is of no use. So by implementing peak load management (PMS) some solution can be provided for this problem. If in case there is an urgent requirement of power for some appliances and the consumer is willing to pay extra money at peak load time then they can get high power loads with additional cost .The consumer can login to the consumer page provided by the electricity board and agree for paying extra money at peak load time or otherwise with the additionally provided breaker in the circuit which can be manually turn on during the peak load time consumer can have this benefit but on additional charges.
EfiCloud – Cloud and Data Management System
Secure Cloud Data Management System with a set of tools, processes, and technologies used to efficiently to collect, process, store, organize, retrieve, manipulate and analyze data in a cloud computing environment. It encompasses various aspects of data management, including storage, processing, analysis, and data protection, as per law of land having Digital Personal Data Protection Act in perspective!
EfiPay – Payment Solutions for E&U verticals
Tired of getting surprised by your electric bill at the end of each month? Want to take greater control of your electric usage? If so, a pay as you go electricity plan may be right for you.
uHES/SMART - Smart, Self-monitoring Analysis Reporting Tool
An independent, unified, secure, scalable and interoperable meter data collection system, which ensures data collection and remote configuration of meters, devices and sensors across the utility, irrespective of vendors.
TMDS - Transformer Monitoring & Distribution System
Transformer Monitoring & Distribution System (TMDS) is a Diagnostics solution. It monitors the transformer’s vital parameters online from any location (remotely) in real-time.
NMS - NET METERING SYSTEM
Net metering or net energy metering is an electricity billing mechanism that allows consumers who generate some or all of their own electricity to use that electricity anytime, instead of when it is generated.
MMCS - MEASURE, MONITOR & CONTROL SYSTEMS
Smart grids are different from the traditional grids and are multipurpose networks which perform several tasks.