AdnKronos: Smart grid: Enel chooses all-Italian Tiesse technology for Puglia

Implementing made in Italy Routers for fixed and mobile networks is Tiesse which won the tender of the electricity operator

One of the largest information agencies, AdnKronos, issues the Tiesse press release to its members.

An all-Italian technology to enhance the smart grid in Puglia. Implementing it is Tiesse, the Ivrea company that designs and manufactures entirely 'Made in Italy' Routers for fixed and mobile networks, has won the Enel tender for the "Puglia Active Network" project, beating the competition of the main international industry players. The selection was based on the prior verification of compliance of the technological components with the strict quality and security criteria required by Enel Distribuzione for automation of the Puglia grid.

Immission into the grid by tens of thousands of independent solar or wind power electricity producers has revolutionised grid operation and management on the part of all the major operators worldwide. Unlike the past, in fact, today continuous and immediate interventions are required to meet the requirements of greater grid stability, continuity of service, energy efficiency and quality of the electricity supply.

In this context, TIESSE was the first successful bidder of the tender which Enel Distribuzione called for the supply of routers for automation of the medium-voltage grid in the Puglia Region.

Great satisfaction was expressed by Mario Ciofalo, Chairman of TIESSE: “We invested resources and means for the research and development of Imola Smart Grid, the device which won the ENEL tender. This award positions us even more as manufacturers and suppliers of Routers with the necessary requirements for for mission-critical network applications, and confirms our vocation in the field of the Internet of Things, with solutions which, in addition to advanced routing functionalities, provide specific functionalities for the Smart Grid application solution. This success also confirms and reinforces our commitment to foreign markets, first and foremost in USA, Japan and China".


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