Entergy interoperability

On deployment day, the team — from the left, Evandro Oliveira, Siemens application engineer; Mike Ramlachan, ALSTOM lead application engineer; Eric Stranz, Siemens business development manager; Mark Mills, Siemens networking engineer; and ShreyasPawale, Entergy settings engineer — configures the parallel redundancy protocol network for all the IEDs.

Interoperability Testing of Substation Equipment

Entergy’s future-substation team is proof-testing the interoperability of multi-vendor station equipment to ensure robustness and reliability.

How soon can I get my power back on?” This is the most frequently asked question utility call centers get when the power is out. In emergency situations and after natural disasters, it is crucial the utility be able to restore all the affected substations quickly while maintaining the reliability and stability of the grid.

Historically, powerful hurricanes and superstorms have battered the regions served by Entergy. August 201

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