“We continue our journey at the forefront of technology together with Vattenfall Eldistribution AB and accept with great confidence the great challenges of the future. Vattenfall is a quality-conscious customer with high demands that drives us forward as a supplier and ensures that we are at the forefront when it comes to measuring and analysing power quality. We are pleased to see that our long-term collaboration continues and is manifested in the form of this renewed framework agreement, which is ultimately to the benefit of Vattenfall’s customers, who hereby receive a quality-assured and well-documented electricity delivery,” says Peter Andersson, CEO of Unipower AB.
“I am very happy that the agreement has now been signed and that we are continuing our cooperation. We have long worked actively with disturbance follow-up. There the PQ Secure system has an important role for us to be able to make good analyses for both us and our customers. In addition to the fact that we are constantly increasing the number of fixed power quality meters, we want to work more with alarms and events from the billing meters or other measurements to develop our analyses and see a larger whole. We also want to be better at combining information from different systems such as network, operation or maintenance information and make the systems work for us so that we can work more proactively. The amount of information will increase sharply in the coming years and it is a big challenge how we should process this in a rational way. When we succeed with this, we will be able to work proactively in a completely different way, which is of great benefit to our customers,” says Niklas Westerlund, Head of Power Quality at Vattenfall.
Footnote: Vattenfall Eldistribution AB’s electricity network is over 120,000 km long. Vattenfall’s electricity is distributed to almost 900,000 customers throughout Sweden.
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