grids smart station

grids <sup>smart station</sup>

New general regulations regarding energy efficiency place considerable demands on the networks. The substantial investments that have been made in preserving, maintaning and expanding the network, whilst taking into account efficiency and sustainability, are seen as a key success factor here.

Recurring costs alone for maintaining the German distribution grid add up to around €1billion annually. A significant portion of that is spent on the low-voltage network to which most users are connected. Planning local network transformer stations that will meet the corresponding demands can lead to a significant reduction in costs with regards to the low-voltage network, and can optimise the capacity of network connections.

The grids smart station module provides you with a modern, simple and cost-efficient solution for these problems. The web-based application compiles necessary information, visualises it and delivers conclusive responses to network employees and management with just a few clicks:

  • What are the maximum load peak for each transformer station?
  • How much electricity does each transformer supply?
  • How much profit is realised by each transformer?
  • What is the customer structure for each transformer and where are the sensitive customers?
  • Which decentralised feeders are used in the transformer circuit?


  • Building station clusters
  • Building synthetic transformer load profiles
  • Energy demand density
  • Decentralized feeders
  • Automatic evaluation of transformer load output profiles
  • Reduction in costs by eliminating need for on-site transformer metering
  • Improvement in quality of planning criteria through use of reliable data material
  • Process efficiency through availability of central database