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Neuville Grid Data™ is developing ground-breaking, high-resolution, Big Data, grid power monitoring networks that collect electrical measurements using innovative instrumentation featuring newly devised micro-synchrophasors (µPMU), power quality monitors, and sub-100 nanosecond timing plus a groundbreaking advance in time-series data management..

Resulting capability can scrutinize the behaviour of electricity networks and condition monitor equipment at a level of detail, clarity, and sophistication never achieved before.

Innovative Step-Change Improvement, Disruptive Potential, Low-Cost.

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30 Jun 2020 – (London) Again working with London South Bank University’s School of Engineering, Neuville has been selected to receive £28,429 (€31,056). in funding support from the Low Carbon London (LCLDN) programme which is part-financed by the European Union’s European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).  The funds will be applied toward a PhD level applied development position investigating artificial intelligence machine learning analysis of high-resolution electrical data.

05 May 2020 – (London) Neuville received a £5,000 local business support grant from the Southwark Council.

12 Apr 2020 – (Norfolk England) On Easter Sunday heavy thunderstorms rolled across East Anglia.  A long flurry of electrical events occurred late that afternoon across the distribution grid.  At the 8.0 MW Kenninghall solar farm, a Neuville Grid Data Unit (GDU) captured an amazing spike in electrical Flicker Pinst that reached a maximum reading of 17,568.9 compared with typical maximum daily site reading of less than 1.0  The site’s O&M technician was otherwise unaware of this potentially damaging event.

31 Mar 2020 – (London) Working with the School of Engineering at London South Bank University, Neuville has been selected to receive €10,753 in funding support from the Greentech Access to Innovation (A2i) programme which is part-financed by the European Union’s European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).  The funds will be applied toward investigating artificial intelligence machine learning analysis of high-resolution electrical data.

02 Mar 2020 – (London) Neuville moves into its new workspaces at 25 Lavington St, London SE1 0NZ

Matt Hanley

20 Jan 2020 – Matthew P Hanley has joined Neuville as its new Head of Network Deployment and Operations.   Having just completed an MBA type program at London Business School, Matt brings an amazing background of technical programme delivery in energy infrastructure, aviation and military sectors.  Take a look at his bio here.

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