Jefferson Energy Cooperative enhances distribution with Survalent technology

Jefferson Energy Cooperative in Wrens, Georgia was in need of a new SCADA system that would enhance its internal operations.

With the primary objective to smoothly transition to a new control system with minimal impact to their control room and operators, JEC chose the SCADA monitoring and control technology component of Survalent ONETM ADMS (Advanced Distribution Management System) for its integrated technology platform, single network model and database, advance functionalities, large customer based experience and customer satisfaction.

JEC deployed a dual-redundant SCADA system with Survalent’s latest graphical user interface, SmartVU. A full suite of MultiSpeak interfaces enable JEC to have standard data exchange for engineering analysis, outage analysis, load management, AMI and GIS system.

The SurvCentral application provides JEC with capabilities to make better decision more quickly with mobile browser access to their SCADA information such as operator summary, substation line diagrams, alarms and distribution network map.

Other advance functionalities include control panel for quick configuration and access to field devices and network topology processing.

With the Survalent ONETM ADMS solution deployed on Windows Server Operating System, JEC now has the most advanced monitoring and control system to provide reliable and competitively priced electricity to its member. The system investment has also established a solid technology foundation to easily implement advance distribution management capabilities in the future.

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