OUR CUSTOMERS

The RTDS Simulator is depended on by many of the world’s key manufacturers of protective relays, controllers and power electronic systems, as well as the world’s most progressive utilities and universities.

We pride ourselves in the successful relationships we have built with our customers.

Utilities

Our utility customers are public and private power companies responsible for generation, transmission and/or distribution of electricity. They supply power to their customers and require confidence that their equipment and grid can handle any situation. RTDS user benefits include reduced system downtime, the prevention of equipment damage, a more favorable reputation and residual increased revenue.

KEY APPLICATIONS

Control, Protection and Coordination Studies
Large Scale Network Performance Studies
Training and Maintenance
Cyber Security

Manufacturers

Our manufacturing customers are companies that make and/or manufacture parts and equipment for power systems. They are a dynamic driving force for innovation with tight timelines and ongoing development requirements. Their key user benefits include reduced R&D time, the ability to test faster and more easily, improved quality control and the ability to demonstrate and prove equipment to their customers.

KEY APPLICATIONS

Protection System Development and Testing
Control System Development and Testing
New Product and Concept Validation

Academic

Our academic customers include research and education institutions around the world with departments in electrical/power systems. They are leaders in their field seeking a flexible platform to experiment with and develop new technologies. RTDS Simulator users in the academic world have access to a leading edge tool for power system research and education which in turn enhances the institutions reputation and ability to attract good professors and students.

KEY APPLICATIONS

Research
Education
Innovation

Our Customers (listed by location)

australia Australia

Powerlink
Queensland University of Technology
University of Melbourne
University of New South Wales
University of Queensland

Belgium Flag Belgium

Engergyville

brazil Brazil

ABB Brazil
CEMIG
CTEEP
FPTI
FURNAS
GE
ONS
SEL
UFABC
UFCG
UFJF
UNICAMP
UNIFEI
UFRN
USP-LSEE
USP Polytechnic

canada Canada

BCIT
BC Hydro
ERLPhase Power Technologies Ltd
GE Multilin
Kinectrics Inc.
Manitoba HVDC Research Centre
Manitoba Hydro
Powertech Labs
University of Manitoba
University of Ontario Institute of Technology
University of Saskatchewan
University of Toronto
University of Western Ontario

china China

BDCC
Beijing Jiaotong University
Central China Power Group
China Agricultural University
China EPRI – FACTS
China EPRI – Power Electronics
China EPRI – Simulation Lab
Chongqing EPRI
Chongqing University
CSG EHV
CSG Smart Grid
CSG Technology Research Center
CSG WEN
CYG Shen-Rui
DongFang Electronics
East China EPTRI
Fujian EPRI
Guangdong EPRI
Guangdong PDC
Guangxi EPTRI
Guangxi University
Guangzhou Power Supply Bureau
Guizhou University
Guodian Nanjing Automation Co. Ltd.
Harbin University of Science and Technology
Henan EPRI
Hunan EPRI
Inner Mongolia Research Institute
Inner Mongolia University
Integrated Electronic Systems Lab
Jibei EPRI
Jiangsu EPRI
Jiangxi EPRI
Jilin EPDC
NARI
NARI Relays
NARI Technology Development Limited Company
Ningbo Ligong
North China Electric Power University
North East China EPRI
North East China Power Group
Rongxin Electric Power Corp.
Shaanxi Electric Power Corp.
Shandong Electric Power College
Shandong EPRI
Shandong University
Shanghai DianJe University
Shanghai Jiaotong University
Shanghai Power T&D
Shanghai University of Electric Power – EE
Shanghai University of Electric Power – High Tech Park
Shenyang University of Technology
Sichuan Electrical Power Corp.
Sieyuan Electric
South China University of Technology
Southwest Jiaotong University
State Grid Construction Company Limited
State Grid of China Technical College
Suzhou Heshun
TBEA Sunaoasis Co., Ltd.
Taiyuan University of Technology – EE
Taiyuan University of Technology  – Mining Lab
Tianjin EPRI
Tianjin University
Tsinghua University
Wuhan University
Wuhan Zhongyuan Huadian Science & Technology
XIHARI-HVDC
XIHARI-Smart Grid
Xiamen University of Technology
Xi’an Jiaotong University
Xi’an University of Technology
XJ Group Corporation
Yantai DongFang Electronics Information Industry
Yunnan EPRI
Zhejiang EPRI
Zhejiang University

denmark Denmark

Aalborg University
Technical University of Denmark

 Estonia

Tallinn University of Technology

finland Finland

GE Grid Solutions Oy Ltd.
Tampere University of Technology

france France

GE Energy Conversion
RTE
Schneider Electric

germany Germany

CAU Kiel
GE Grid Solutions Konstanz
Hochschule Hannover
RWTH Aachen
Siemens AG
Siemens EA
Siemens Mobility
Siemens TI Lab
Siemens Protection
Technical University of Ilmenau

greece Greece

National Technical University Athens

 Hong Kong

University of Hong Kong

india  India

ABB HVDC India
Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited
Central Power Research Institute
GE Grid Solutions – India
IIT Bubaneswar
IIT Kanput
IIT Mandi
IIT Roorkee
Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd.
Siemens
University of Calcutta

indonesia  Indonesia

PLN

italy  Italy

Ansaldo Energia
ENEL
ENEL Test Center Bari
JRC Ispra
Terna
University of Cassino
University of Catania

japan Japan

Aichi Electric
CHUBU EPCO
Chugoku Electric Power Co.
Enegate
FUJI Electric Co.
Hiroshima Institute of Technology
Hitachi
JPower Co.
Kansai EPCO
Kansai Training Center
Kinkei Systems
Kyudenko
Kyusyu University
Meidensha Corporation
Mitsubishi Electric
Sumitomo Electric
Takaoka EPCO
Tohoku Electric Corporation
Toshiba Corporation
Toshiba Corporation – Generation
Toshiba Corporation – Relays
Toshiba Corporation – R&D

Kazakhstan flag  Kazakhstan

Tengizchevroil

Flag of Macau  Macau

University of Macau

malaysia  Malaysia

PESTECH Sdn Bhd
SESCO
Tenaga Nasional Berhad
University of Malaya

mexico  Mexico

CFE – LAPEM
CIMAT
SEL
University of San Luis Potosi

namibia  Namibia

NamPower

the_netherlands  Netherlands

TU Delft

new_zealand New Zealand

Transpower
University of Canterbury

philippines  Philippines

National Grid Corporation of the Philippines
University of the Philippines

poland  Poland

University of Lodz

portugal  Portugal

Universidade do Porto

qatar  Qatar

Qatar University

russia  Russia

EKRA
FGC UES JSC
Kazan Aviation Institute
Moscow Power Engineering Institute
NTC EES
RTEC
TECON
Tomsk Polytechnic University
VNIIR

saudi_arabia  Saudi Arabia

KACST
KFUPM
Saudi Electric Company

singapore  Singapore

Nanyang Technological University
NUS
VESTAS

slovenia  Slovenia

University of Ljubljana

south_africa  South Africa

CPUT
Durban Institute of Technology
ESKOM
University of Kwazulu-Natal
University of the Witwatersrand

south_korea  South Korea

Chang Won University
Chongbuk National University
Chonnam National University
DGIST
EESRI
HHI
Hyosung Industries Co., Ltd.
Inha University
KEPCO-KPS
KEPRI – DY Shin
KEPRI – HVDC
KEPRI – ITSPR
KEPRI – KEPS
KEPRI – SSA
KEPRI – YH Kwon
KESRI
Korea Electric Power Corporation
Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute
Korea Institute of Energy Research
Korea University
LS Industrial Systems
Myongji University
National Fusion Research Institute
Seoul National University of Technology
Uiduk University
Xelpower
Yonsei University
Youho Electric Industries Co., Ltd

spain  Spain

GE Multilin
Ingeteam
Red Electrica de Espana, S.A.
Fundacion Circe – University of Zaragoza
ZIV, P+C Ltd

sweden  Sweden

ABB AB – Automation Technologies
ABB AB – Power Systems FACTS
ABB AB – Power Systems HVDC

swiss Switzerland

ABB

taiwan  Taiwan

NTUST
Taiwan Power Research Institute

thailand  Thailand

PEA

uae  United Arab Emirates

Dubai Electricity & Water Authority
The Petroleum Institute

united_kingdom  United Kingdom

Cardiff University
Durham University
GE Grid Solutions UK – Automation Products Laboratories
GE Grid Solutions – HVDC & FACTS
Scottish and Southern Energy
Siemens UK
Siemens Wind
University of Aberdeen
University of Bath
University of Manchester
University of Strathclyde

usa  USA

ABB USA
American Electric Power
American Superconductor
Basler Electric
Baylor University
Bonneville Power Administration – HVDC
Bonneville Power Administration – Protection
California Polytechnic State University Pomona
Clemson University
Clemons University – WIND
Dominion Technical Solutions
Entergy
Florida State University – CAPS
General Electric – Global Research
GE Grid Solutions USA
Howard University
Idaho National Laboratory
Iowa State University
Michigan State University
Mississippi State University
Missouri University of Science and Technology
National Renewable Energy Lab
North Carolina State University
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Old Dominion University
Pacific Gas & Electric
PPL Electric Utilities Corp.
Quanta Technology
Savannah River Nuclear Solutions
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories
Southern California Edison
Tennessee Technological University
Texas A&M University
Texas Tech University
University of Alaska
University of California – Riverside
University of Connecticut
University of Houston
University of Idaho
University of Illinois
University of Nevada – Reno
University of North Carolina – Charlotte
University of Tennessee – Knoxville
University of Wyoming
Virginia Commonwealth University
Washington State University

venezuela  Venezuela

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