Elipse Software offers software solutions for Generation Operation Centers (GOC) from renewable sources like hydro, wind and photovoltaics, and also system retrofit for non-renewable sources as coal and gas.
Those are complex systems, which needs control and monitoring of hundreds of thousands variables, controlled by devices from different manufacturers, where it is necessary to offer not only safe and robust operation conditions, but also to perform data processing to obtain indicators and action suggestions to maximize asset ROI.
Solutions for Generation Operation Centers (GOCs), hydroelectric plants, thermoelectric plants, wind farms, and photovoltaic plants. Power generation processes involve two rather distinct domains: the mechanic one, which involves the machines working to generate power; and the electric one, which regards how energy will travel on the transmission lines. They are complex systems, which involve hundreds of thousands of variables, controlled by sensors and IEDs from different vendors.
Climatic uncertainty also plays a huge role in this matter. Hydroelectric plants’ reservoirs levels depend on rainfall, while photovoltaic plants depend on sunny days to maximize their generation efficiency. To monitor all the factors involved in these processes, you need a robust, flexible, reliable system.
Since the 1990s, Elipse Software has accumulated experience in automation processes, which makes the company the Brazilian leader and one of the world’s key players in SCADA systems for generation plants. Specialized in protocols, redundancy, advanced alarms, and other state-of-the-art features, Elipse is the main supplier of SCADA systems in connection to other hardware platforms, including ABB (Masterbus), Alstom (P320), GE, Rockwell, Siemens, and Reivax, among others.
Elipse E3 is used as a GMS (Generation Management System) in a great number of power plants of all types and sizes. This platform is also used in Generation Operation Centers (GOCs), with transparent connection to local plant supervisory systems, or via different energy protocols, such as DNP 3.0, IEC 101/104, and ICCP. It is also integrated to weather stations and forecast web services, which allow you to predict quite accurately the weather on the following days and thus help you support your strategic decisions.
One of the largest SCADA applications in the Brazilian electric sector, with over 700,000 points, now has a new system with a simpler, more intuitive high-performance interface
Elipse Software’s platform allows Votorantim Energia’s users to monitor the performances of its wind and hydroelectric plants via tablets or smartphones; operation is no longer restricted to the Operations Center
Developed by Energia Automação and based on Elipse Power’s and Elipse Plant Manager’s framework, the ea-Wind solution controls Santa Rosália and São Clemente windfarm complexes
The Elipse Software solution is employed at ENGIE’s operations center to control its hydroelectric power plants remotely and to solve the operational dispatch of its 7069-MW-installed-capacity generator park
Elipse Software’s solution helps Clemar to control photovoltaic plants in the South of Brazil and maximize their profits in the investment
Elipse Plant Manager (EPM), a platform developed by Elipse Software, centrally manages information on the equipment of Santo Antônio plant, located in Porto Velho, in the Amazon
Elipse Software’s solution contributes to meet Aneel’s Strategic R & D premises to detect the best technologies for photovoltaic energy in Brazil
This case present’s the application of the Elipse E3 solution to improve the monitoring of the temperature found in the generating units of Ilha Solteira and Engenheiro Souza Dias (Jupiá) plants
This case presents the Elipse E3 application devised to control the different steps related to power generation performed by a total of CPFL Power Group's 17 Small Hydro Power Centrals (SHPC)
Operation at Complex’s three plants (A, B and C), which are part of Latin America’s largest thermoelectric hub, is now safer, more dynamic, due to the Brazilian software