CONFERENCE ATTENDANCE: CANUS Attended The Western Protective Relay Conference 2014

Spokane River Front Park

Spokane River Front Park

It was a great event this year.  There were lots of great presenters sharing interesting papers and cutting edge innovations.  We got to hear presentations from;

  • SEL
  • BC Hydro
  • PG&E
  • Calpine
  • ABB
  • Siemens
  • Portland General Electric
  • Beckwith
  • GE
  • San Diego Gas and Electric
  • Southern California Edison
  • Mid-Carolina Electric Cooperative
  • American Electric Power
  • Puget Sound Energy
  • Etc.

Perfect weather to take in the river front park in Spokane between sessions as well.  We plan to attend again next year.

PROJECT HIGHLIGHT: Substation Testing – 500kV

Photovoltaic Field

Photovoltaic Field

CANUS Corporation recently completed acceptance testing of a brand new transmission substation fed by a major photovoltaic (PV) field.  The publicly owned utility outsourced the engineer, procure and construct (EPC) responsibilities to a third party that CANUS supported with substation testing services.   Continue Reading →

CONFERENCE ATTENDANCE: CANUS Will be Attending Western Protective Relay Conference 2014

Western Protective Relay ConferenceThis year CANUS will be attending the annual Western Protective Relay Conference in Spokane, WA 10/13/14-10/16/14.  This is a great opportunity to keep our thumb on the pulse of the protective relay best practices and understands trends and issues.  CANUS is also attending to support a few of our clients who are presenting vital information to the Utility community at large.   Continue Reading →

PROJECT HIGHLIGHT: Electrical Testing – Wind Transmission Substation

Wind Turbines

Wind Turbines

CANUS Corporation recently completed testing a 500 kV to 230 kV transmission substation fed by acres of wind turbines.  The wind farm was designed to provide renewable power to the fast paced residential and commercial expansions in the area as well as to bolster the renewable generation capacity to the grid at large.  The substation built to transmit the generation was a greenfield project, a new facility from the ground up, to support the brand new Wind Farm.   Continue Reading →