Modernization of the Control Center of Attica Networks
The Scope of the Project relates to the modernization of the Control Center for Distribution Networks (CCDN) in Attica through the supply and installation of a Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition System - Distribution Management System (SCADA - DMS), Remote Terminal Units (RTUs) at the High Voltage/ Medium Voltage (HV/MV) Substations and the reorganization of its units.
New Systems and Services
The benefits expected from the implementation of this Project are related to:
- the improvement of the reliability of the management system of Attica Network, the quality indices and the detection of the Network weak spots
- resource gathering and saving, more effective human resources management during faults and better and faster restoration of outages
- the decrease of the loading of the facilities in increased demand periods and the restriction of power and energy losses in the Network
- the upgrading of the management possibilities of Networks, studies and training of the relevant staff
- homegenization of the remote measuring systems
The Project is expected to be completed by the end of 2019. As of March 2019, 89% of the Project was completed. More specifically, the new SCADA-DMS was installed and is in operation, while the installation of new RTUs in the High/Medium Voltage Substations has been completed at a percentage of 85%. Moreover, the design works of the SCADA-DMS circuit diagrams in the ΜV network are in progress. More specifically, the updating of the electronic diagrams of the 150kV, 6,6KV, 22KV networks, the Μ.V. network of the Olympic Village and those of the Agkistri, Aigina, Andros, Tinos and Kea islands has been completed. The updating of the electronic diagrams of the 20kV of the N. Ionia and Athens Network Control Center networks and the part of the 20kV belonging to the 22kV Network Control Center continues at an intensive pace. As part of the process of reorganising and updating the old Network Control Centers, the Network Control Centers of N. Ionia and Pallini have already been transferred to the central building of the Network Development and Operation Department (TALD).