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Elster Solutions and DVI, a Dominion Resources company, have announced that they will deliver three patented stackable answers for Elster's Callisto grid performance system.

Callisto has a stackable plug-and-play modularity, which Elster says helps utilities reduce their risk and the total cost of ownership. DVI's EDGE solution is designed to transform energy information into energy conservation. The EDGE Planner stacks on Callisto at the intelligence layer, calculating circuit-by-circuit savings potential, checking for errors and outliers, and enabling a continuous grid-improvement process.

The EDGE Manager and the EDGE Validator are pre-integrated at the decision layer of Callisto. The EDGE Manager automatically optimizes customer voltage across the entire circuit without a detailed model, using customer voltage data collected by Callisto's meter data collection capability.



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