Empresa Electrica Publica de Guayaquil, EP, EEPG, Selects Cooper Power Systems CYME Software to Improve Engineering Analysis and Planning

Cooper Power Systems - 01.26.2012

Empresa Eléctrica Pública de Guayaquil, EP, EEPG, the largest utility in Ecuador, has been using Cooper Power Systems CYME™ Power Engineering Analysis Software for Transmission Systems (PSAF) for more than a decade, and is now working actively to complete a project using CYME CYMDIST solution for distribution analysis.

Engineer Alberto Tama, CEO of EEPG, explained, “All their calculations for the whole 69 kV transmission system, as well as the analysis of the supply system of 138 kV and 230 kV, are performed using the PSAF (CYME 5.0 software) due to its exceptional performances.”

He also indicated, “We are in the middle of an ambitious process to use Cooper Power Systems CYME Distribution Analysis Software CYMDIST, combined with CYME CYMDIST Gateway interface solution, to be used for the integration with our enterprise GIS system for calculation of losses in our distribution network, location of capacitors, plan of growing, calculation of reliability index, etc.”

Engineer Tama stated, “We are very optimistic that the application of both programs will facilitate the operation of our system, the largest of Ecuador.”

Empresa Electrica Publica de Guayaquil, EEPG, also acquired several new CYME modules and software, including CYMGRD, from Cooper Power Systems, a subsidiary of Cooper industries plc (NYSE: CBE), to improve the utility’s power system engineering analysis capabilities of their grounding system as well as all their substations and generation power plants.

“This win represents an on-going endorsement of Cooper Power Systems CYME Distribution Analysis Software CYMDIST,” said Mark Thurman, president, Cooper Power Systems. “A ten-year relationship has established Cooper Power Systems as a trusted Smart Grid solutions provider. Empresa Eléctrica Pública de Guayaquil felt confident in the selection of our distribution analysis software knowing it would deliver on expectations to improve their power engineering analysis and planning.”

For information on Cooper Power Systems CYME software modules, please visit www.cooperpower.com/cyme.

Editor’s Note: For additional information, contact Mike Petrasek of Burson-Marsteller at (412) 394-6611 or michael.petrasek@bm.com.

About Cooper Power Systems

Cooper Power Systems, with 2010 revenues of approximately $1.2 billion, is a subsidiary of Cooper Industries plc (NYSE: CBE), and a global manufacturer of world-class power delivery and reliability solutions for the utility, commercial, and industrial markets. Cooper Power Systems is a leading provider of innovative Smart Grid technologies that optimize electrical grid performance. These solutions include Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI), Demand Response (DR), Smart Sensors, Power Systems Engineering Software and Services, Substation Automation, and Feeder Automation. The company is also a leading provider of software, communications and integration solutions that enable customers to increase productivity, improve system reliability, and reduce costs. For more information, please visit www.cooperpower.com.

About Cooper Industries

Cooper Industries plc (NYSE: CBE) is a global electrical products manufacturer with 2011 revenues of $5.4 billion. Founded in 1833 Cooper's sustained success is attributable to a constant focus on innovation and evolving business practices, while maintaining the highest ethical standards and meeting customer needs. The Company has seven operating divisions with leading market positions and world-class products and brands, including Bussmann electrical and electronic fuses; Crouse-Hinds and CEAG explosion-proof electrical equipment; Halo and Metalux lighting fixtures; and Kyle and McGraw-Edison power systems products. With this broad range of products, Cooper is uniquely positioned for several long-term growth trends including the global infrastructure build-out, the need to improve the reliability and productivity of the electric grid, the demand for higher energy-efficient products and the need for improved electrical safety. In 2011 fifty-nine percent of total sales were to customers in the industrial and utility end-markets and forty percent of total sales were to customers outside the United States. Cooper has manufacturing facilities in 24 countries as of 2011. For more information, visit the website at www.cooperindustries.com.

 

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