We are currently witnessing unprecedented challenges to the electricity grid. The growing electrification of households and industries, coupled with the effects of climate change and natural disasters, as well as the increasing variability in energy production, are placing significant stress on all components of the grid.
The transmission grid plays a pivotal role in realizing a future driven by affordable and abundant clean energy.
However, transmission grid owners are now confronted with the need for multi-trillion-dollar investments in the coming decades, all while the complexity of the grid is on the rise. The traditional methods of operating this critical infrastructure are no longer adequate to address these evolving challenges.
Promaps provides you with holistic, real-time insights essential for efficiently operating your grid and preparing it for the ongoing energy transition. Our probabilistic risk management solution helps identify and mitigate risks within your system, allowing you to capitalize on future opportunities more swiftly.
Leveraging big data and a digital twin of your power system, in concert with proprietary mathematic modeling, we calculate the anticipated energy that will not be delivered. Our proprietary software employs AI to continuously enhance your risk management capabilities and harness technological advancements.
Our goal is to be your trusted partner in managing all aspects of your grid operations.
Software features encompass:
Infinigrid has developed software through extensive R&D projects in cooperation with our customers.
Simulation tool for calculation of probability for failure in power systems, including component, branch, system and power delivery reliability.
The simulation tool combines a flow model of the power system with reliability models of each component in the system. Provides operations central with a list of critical components in real time.
Prioritizing which components to maintain based on impact component has had on the power system.
Calculate risk level and connected cost the system will be exposed to during the maintenance period
By using either existing Promaps Realtime models as base case or establishing new ones for new costumers, we can make detailed reports that can be used as a basis for investment planning, operation tuning or give other valuable insights in your power grid.
Promaps is committed to contribute to the UN SDGs. We have a specifically strong impact on the below SDGs:
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in power systems, mathematics, optimization, software architecture, and software development.
We have several years of experience in software development, analysis, and risk management of power systems.
Arne Brufladt Svendsen
General Manager North America
Max M. Hofer
CFO & Chairman
Endre Brask Grønmyr
COO & Board member
Since our inception, we have been working hard on having a positive impact through our work. We are convinced that further digitalization and improved operations of the electricity grid is key to a sustainable future for our society, powered by green, abundant and cheaper energy. We are pushing the boundaries of established beliefs.
We are committed to integrating general principles such as human rights, workers’ rights, trade union freedom, environmental protection, and anti-corruption into all our activities.
We consistently strive to create sustainable value for our customers, employees, and the broader society in which we operate. All our employees are dedicated to upholding these principles in their daily interactions with colleagues, customers, suppliers, and other stakeholders.
We adhere to the highest possible standards of ethical business conduct in all of our operations. This commitment enables us to attract, recruit and retain great people, develop the best solutions for our customers and partners, and build long-lasting and trusting relationships with our commercial partners and customers.
We have a zero-tolerance policy against corruption and comply with anti-corruption laws.
Going forward, we will implement comprehensive tracking of our environmental impact.
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Position: Lead Power System Analyst
Degree: M.Sc in Electrical Power engineering
Kristján Pétursson has a over 10 years of experiances with power system modeling and analysis. Focusing on Load flow, transient, stability & harmonic, risk and reliability.
Prior to joining the Promaps Technology team, Kristján has broad experiance working with Promas Software from his time at Goodtech.
He has an B.Sc.E.E, Electrical Engineering from the University of Southern Denmark, and a Masters degree from DTU – Technical University of Denmark.
Position: Professor UIT
Degree: Power systems
Terje got his Phd in 1987, and then became a researcher and associate professor at NTH. He has been a professor at NTNU, Narvik University College, the University of Agder and at the NMBU at Ås. He has been guest lecturer at the University of Minnesota and employed as senior researcher in ABB.
Previously, Terje has been in charge of Statkraft’s development department for hydro- and wind power. He has been R&D Director of Statnett and CEO of SFE. He is now a professor at UiT – The Arctic University of Norway.
Martin has a background in programming and systems design from HiB, and University of Bergen.
Martin has since 2004 had several positions as lead programmer and head of development. In where he has been responsible for design and implementation for a variety of systems, spanning from industrial robots control to power-plant data distribution.
Martin has been involved in the development of Promaps since 2011.
Position: Lead Methodologist
Degree: M.Sc in Cybernetics
Trond has a M.Sc. in Cybernetics from Norwegian University of Science and Technology from 2009.
Trond has since 2009 worked with development of the Promaps methodology. He has also responsible for the developed Promaps Opra, a software package for risk assessments of flare systems.
Trond’s area of expertise is reliability assessment methodology and developing of novel mathematical algorithms.
Position: Lead Scientific Programmer
Degree: M.Sc in Informatics
Ingrid has a master in Optimization from the University of Bergen from 2002.
Ingrid has worked 10 years as a researcher at SINTEF Energy AS, developing decision tools for production planning. The last four years Ingrid has been working as a Senior Consultant at Webstep AS as part of the Promaps Realtime development team, first at Goodtech and then Promaps Technology AS
Arne Brufladt Svendsen
Degree: M.Sc in Electrical Power engineering
Arne has a M.Sc. in Electrical Power engineering from Norwegian University of Science and Technology from 2002. Arne’s main focus has since 2004 been the development of the risk and reliability methodology for complex power system regularity studies and for for the analysis tool Promaps, the last 5 years the development of Promaps Realtime including weather influence and commercialization of the technology.
Main interest: by use of extensive simulation getting better insights into the inherent property of power system. Use this insight to calibrate power system decisions.