Neuville is developing a holistic industrial-grade digital solution to scrutinise the behaviour of electric power grids and associated equipment at a level of detail, clarity, and sophistication never achieved before.
The resulting capability has the unique potential to improve electric power network stability and efficiency, helping to reduce the carbon emissions driving climate change.
Our patented Grid Data Units uniquely combine micro-syncrophasor and power quality monitor technology, along with other sensors, to deliver class leading resolution, accuracy, and time synchronisation of electrical parameters measurements.
We are pioneering new ways of applying machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) to anomaly detection and fault prediction of electrical power grids.
Development areas include:
Distributed monitoring of grid inertia and grid stability
Timely and accurate fault location detection
Grid constraint identification
AI-supported condition monitoring of key distribution assets, e.g. transformers
AI-supported analytics will provide better insights and increased value.
Development focussed on:
improving Transmission grid operational reliability
minimising Distribution grid disruption
increasing deployment of inverter-based resources, e.g. solar, wind, batteries
avoiding unplanned, and minimising planned, outages
Electrical grid operators:
Developers and Asset managers of inverter-based resources, including:
Unlocking insights with better data
If you can't measure it, you can't improve it
Our award winning ML work in this area has been published in the prominent peer-reviewed journal Applied Energy and has been the subject of conference presentation.
Our data science team's work on "Detecting Power Grid Frequency Events μPMU Voltage Phasor Data Using Machine Learning" was presented at the IET Renewable Power Generation Conference in September 2022.
UK patent GB2579156 Methods and apparatus for the sensing, collecting, transmission, storage, and dissemination of high-resolution power grid electrical measurement data. Granted.
UK patent GB2599698 High-resolution electrical measurement data processing. Granted.
More patents pending.