Sun-Net Consulting Inc. is proud to announce today that Omaha Public Power District (OPPD), has selected Sun-Net's TOA Outage Application software suite following a detailed RFP process.
February 11, 2014 (Newswire) - Sun-Net Consulting Inc. is proud to announce today that Omaha Public Power District (OPPD), one of the largest publicly owned electric utilities in the United States has selected Sun-Net's TOA Outage Application software suite after a detailed Request for Proposal (RFP) selection process to use as their Transmission Outage Software.
OPPD's headquarters are in Omaha, Nebraska. They currently serve 750,000 people totaling approximately 356,000 electric service locations in 13 counties in southeastern Nebraska, an area totaling 5,000 square miles.
OPPD issued a Request For Proposal to implement a software package to streamline the generation, tracking and auditing of transmission outage requests. Sun-Net was awarded the best evaluated solution with the most expertise in the management of scheduled outages, outage coordination, switch order management, operator and dispatcher logging, interruption entry with reporting and analytics capabilities.
"We're very excited to work with OPPD to implement a streamlined TOA system for requesting, tracking and reporting transmission system outages. The implemented system will also integrate with OPPD control center applications and Southwest Power Pool (SPP) scheduling system. We are committed to helping OPPD improve their current workflow with TOA capabilities that will unlock more efficiencies in the day-to-day activities." Helen Hu, president of Sun-Net Consulting said.
TOA suite is the flagship product of Sun-Net Consulting Inc. and it has been deployed in over 40 major utilities in the Northern America. Within SPP area, Sun-Net TOA suite is utilized by Nebraska Public Power District, Lincoln LES, Grand River Dam Authority and now, Omaha Public Power District.