“Now we will be even better positioned to offer intelligent electrical digital twin platform with model-driven solutions to support our customers in accelerating productivity and increase efficiency in planning, automation, operation, optimization, and management of power systems across many industries,” said Dr Farrokh Shokooh, Founder and CEO at ETAP.
The modelling also helps to improve real-time awareness of new energy resources, including Solar PV, fuel cells and battery storage and optimise operational performance with preventative and predictive maintenance.
ETAP will continue to operate as an independent software vendor but will also enhance Schneider Electric’s digital twin capabilities in Power, Grid and mission-critical sectors, following the Group’s recent strategic investment in IGE+XAO and Alpi.
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