Electrical Grid Monitoring™ (EGM™) Announces Successful Completion of the GCxN Project Earning Recognition in the Utility Power Industry
Successful $17.5M Raising Round Completed
Monitoring the Grid Underground
Dr. Alex Levran, CEO of EGM Inc. participated in PLMA’s webinar “Israel: Integrating the Smart Grid and DER”, hosted last Thursday, December 10th, 2020.
From Reliability to Resilience: Rising Severe Weather from Climate Change Threatens Grid Operations
Big Data Analytics via EGM Meta-Alert system
Digital Grid with EGM
EGM Board Member James Lavin at the New England Conference Public Utility Commissioners Shark Tank Presentation
Integrating Distributed Energy Resources: A Key Capability the Future of Smart Grid Should Have
EGM: Impact investment in impact technology
What we do
EGM’s Meta-Alert™ system provides a whole grid probing system, from its power source (generation, storage) through transmission lines and down to the medium voltage distribution infrastructure. The system, chosen by leading power utilities in Europe and the U.S., processes the collected big data and produces usable insight, which enables optimal grid management and operation, to address issues such as DER integration, grid proactive and reactive maintenance, sophisticated energy trade programs and EV infrastructure.
Save energy per KW/h soldBy managing electrical flow in order to balance between parallel lines
Alternative energy incorporationAlert for A-synchronous sources and enable balancing between demands and instable alternative sources
Maximize infrastructure utilizationDue to real-time monitoring, analysis and responding to grid situation, the grid can work at the operational envelope limits such as max current, temp etc.
Reduce maintenance costsCosts are reduced due to moving to proactive maintenance methods.
Reduce number and duration of outagesBased on prediction capability and immediate focused response to repair any fault in the grid
Improve quality of serviceReducing number and duration of outages as well as maintaining stability of current and voltage supplied.