Opus One Solutions’ GridOS® Platform to Prepare Singapore for a Renewable Energy Future for a Low Carbon Economy 

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Toronto, Ontario – April 21 2021 – Opus One Solutions a leading provider of software in distributed energy resource (DER), planning, management, and transactive /flexibility energy markets, and a Global Cleantech 100 company, was contracted by SP Group (SP) to implement its GridOS® software to optimize SP’s existing distributed energy in real time and integrate more renewable energy into the grid.

To combat climate change and rising electricity demand, Singapore is working to build a more sustainable, reliable and affordable energy supply with the country planning to deploy at least two gigawatt-peak of solar energy by 2030 and 200 megawatts of energy storage beyond 2025. Building on the company’s existing smart grid initiative, Opus One and SP will undertake a proof-of-concept exercise where Opus One’s GridOS DER management platform will be deployed to enhance DER capabilities for a selected circuit.

Opus One will be leveraging its GridOS software to simulate scenarios in the future for the users to understand the effects of more DERs on the distribution system and how to enhance grid reliability in the scenarios. Some specific applications that will be tested with the software solution include analyzing network constraints, calculating hosting capacity for DER connections and managing DER dispatch with grid constraints. Through the proof-of-concept exercise, Opus One hopes the results will support SP in preparing Singapore for a low carbon energy future.

“We’re excited to work with SP on helping its country facilitate the transition to more renewable energy and a low carbon economy,” says Hari Suthan, Chief of Strategic Growth with Opus One Solutions. “By combining the planning and real-time operational capabilities of our GridOS software, we believe SP will be able to optimize its current distributed energy assets while laying out a plan of action for even more distributed energy in its grid for the future.”

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