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Connect with us at our virtual UGM this June!
During the week of June 15, CYME will host a 4-part virtual Users Group Meeting to capture the essence of the traditional in-person meeting meant for CYME users in the distribution utility space. Through new features presentations, an open-forum discussion and technical use-case presentations, we hope to engage conversations, hear your feedback and keep you informed. Register here!
Built on core components such as time-series analysis, distributed energy resources optimization, non-wires alternatives and project portfolio evaluation, CYME 9.0 paves the way to the integration of the capacity planning process with the distributed resources planning process. Click here to get more information about the latest enhancements.
Evaluate load relief projects using battery energy storage systems as well as dispatchable generation. This new module literally turns weeks of engineering into minutes of processing by optimizing energy storage systems as well as dispatchable inverter-based generators to mitigate capacity problems on strategic grid assets.
Seamlessly integrate your CYME Software to external data systems and refine your as-built planning model with forecast or telemetry data to support increasingly complex system planning and operation processes. The CYME Dynamic Data Pull module is a highly adaptable plugin environment that brings time-varying data at your fingertips.
Perform unprecedented power flow, short circuit and time-series analyses on islanded and grid-connected microgrids. This new module lifts the requirement for a source equivalent or swing generator to exist in any connectivity model, allows detailed modeling of microgrid-forming distributed energy resources and features a customizable load shedding and curtailing algorithm for islanded simulations.