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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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28 April 2021 – Katherine Jackson CEng BSc MEng MIET has joined Neuville’s Technical Advisory Board. A chartered engineer, Katherine has over 30 years’ experience in electrical power systems development.  Career: Cegelec as Head of Power Systems and Protection Group, 1991-1995; Parsons Brinckerhoff as Power Systems Group Manager 1996-2009 & Director, Power Systems 2009-2015; and WSP as Technical Director, Energy 2015-2020.  At WSP, she drove technical excellence and innovation across up to 350 staff in their UK Energy business.  With Parsons Brinckerhoff, she was responsible for the business, strategic, operational, commercial, and technical leadership of up to 30 electrical engineers across 5 offices with expertise in traditional power system planning, modelling and analysis, and low-carbon smart grid innovation.  Education: BSc and Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering, University of Manchester 1987; Chartered Engineer, Member of Institution of Engineering and Technology 1993.  For her full bio visit the Management Team page.

23 March 2021Ofgem released a planning document for its new 5-year £450 million RIIO-2 Strategic Innovation Fund they prepared with UK Research and Innovation and the Carbon Trust.  It identifies, Data and digitalisation will be key enablers to a flexible, decarbonized energy system.  Neuville Grid Data is already addressing this core challenge, with its high-quality digital data, versatile system approach and is looking forward to being part of this exciting programme.

02 February 2021– Alexandra “Sascha” von Meier PhD has joined Neuville as a Technical Advisor.  An esteemed leader in our fieldSascha is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of California Berkeley, where she teaches a course on Electric Power Systems. Extensively published, she is also Electric Grid program area Director at the California Institute for Energy and Environment (CIEE) , focusing on power distribution systems, Smart Grid issues, and the integration of distributed and intermittent generation.  Her current research projects center on the use of high-precision micro-synchrophasor measurements for situational awareness, diagnostics and control applications in distribution grids.  Education: BA Physics, UC Berkeley 1986; MA Energy and Resources, UC Berkeley 1990; PhD, Energy and Resources, UC Berkeley 1995.  American, married.

13 January 2021 – Neuville Grid Data has been granted its cornerstone patent, GB2579156 – Methods and apparatus for the sensing, collecting, transmission, storage, and dissemination of high-resolution power grid electrical measurement data by inventor Clarke V Simmons.

27 Nov 2020 –  Innovate UK has competitively selected Neuville to receive a 50% extension to its Sustainable Innovation Fund grant.  Funding will support further development and trials of utility-scale (>1 MWp) solar farm condition monitoring and fault reporting tools that help support remote work by O&M technicians.

13 Oct 2020 – Neuville’s Data Mining Lead Dr Maitreyee Dey presented her paper, High-resolution data-driven anomalous event detection from solar farm data using clustering large applications based upon randomized search CUE2020-D-034 at the Applied Energy Symposium 2020

02 Sep 2020  –  Neuville’s Maitreyee Dey PhD and Clarke Simmons have been invited to present their paper, High-resolution data-driven anomalous event detection from solar farm data using clustering large applications based upon randomized search D-034 at the CUE2020 Applied Energy Symposium: Low Carbon Cities and Urban Energy Systems 10-17 Oct 2020 in Tokyo/Virtual Conference.

01 Sep 2020 – (Paris) At the CIGRE 2020 e-Session, Neuville’s Data Mining Lead Maitreyee Dey PhD and Managing Director Clarke Simmons MSc, made a short presentation on their technical paper, High-Resolution Condition Monitoring of Transformers at UK Solar Farms Using Micro-Synchrophasors A2-104.  The full paper will be published in the CIGRE conference proceedings.

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