The project aims at providing a state-of-the art single operational platform for the management of the SO controlled Unified Power System network. In addition, the new system aims at integrating present systems and systems under development at SO, dedicated to specific operational functions within the company.
Efficient power dispatching is a core function of any System Operator. The absence of a single operational platform for SO is a substantial risk factor, which could adversely affect the transition to competitive relations in the power sector. Such platforms are used internationally by most system operators and there is sufficient experience and expertise available in its development and implementation. The introduction of SCADA/EMS systems will reduce risk of failure of the recently implemented liberalised market.
The Project will partially implement and mainly catalyze improvements and technological upgrade to the industrial telecom sector. The associated transfer of skills through the training component is also expected to contribute to the transition impact of the transaction.
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