Create a scalable control platform for your distributed energy resources (DER)
Without a consistent platform, each new energy storage or other DER asset you deploy requires one-off connections, increasing costs and risks, while becoming less manageable with volume or over time. The Doosan GridTech™ control platform uses utility-supported open MESA standards, enabling consistent and scalable communications and control across multiple DER assets.
When combined with the Doosan GridTech Distributed Energy Resource Optimizer™ (DG-DERO™), the DG-IC’s suite of local operating modes complement DG-DERO’s bulk power applications for distributed fleet optimization, rounding out our platform for utility control of fleets of DER.
Integrate renewable energy into your grid more easily
With energy storage and other distributed energy resources managed by the DG-IC, you can smoothly integrate new energy resources such as wind and solar into your electrical grid. Our suite of powerful operating modes make it possible to direct energy storage systems and other electrical assets to automatically absorb and discharge real and reactive power in response to the undesirable effects of fluctuating renewable energy on the system.
Get the most out of your investment
You can configure the DG-IC’s suite of built-in operating modes to multi-task and operate on pre-defined schedules, fine-tuning the system to reach its maximum economic value based on changing grid and market conditions. Doosan GridTech software is also extensible, so that you can create your own mode and integrate it via our secure Application Programming Interface (API).
Manage your risk in deploying new technology
Designed to utility standards of safety and reliability, the DG-IC software includes a constraints engine to ensure safe operations for personnel and equipment, standard MESA communication interfaces to provide choice in component vendors, an extensible platform to address changing technological requirements, and optional failover support that mitigates the risk of equipment failure.