Providing Reliable, Renewable, Environmentally Safe and Cost-Competitive Energy
WRH Power Systems, LLC, as part of the WRH Group™, is dedicated to the research, development and commercialization of conventional and renewable energy technologies, including automated asset control systems, project simulation and design and project enhancement for existing assets.
As energy generation transitions from large centralized to smaller local distributed generation systems, WRH Power Systems, LLC, is addressing the growing global demand for decentralized, reliable, high-efficiency, low-carbon power using islanded and microgrid power systems to increase reliability and lower operating costs.
Our Approach to Power Generation
Our focus is on developing, building, owning and operating distributed and reliable conventional and renewable-based power systems in the Western United States, although WRH Power Systems, LLC has power systems under management in the Caribbean Basin that have served and continue to serve as research and development sites.
WRH Power Systems, LLC, has developed an IntelligentRE™ to operate the various sites that it has under management. IntelligentRE™ is a supervisory system that monitors and controls power generation equipment in a grid or microgrid environment. The IntelligentRE™ uses data supplied by the complete power system to make resource usage decisions, resulting in increased reliability, increased efficiency and lower overall operating costs for the power system.
The IntelligentRE™ system, developed by WRH Power Systems, LLC, is a customized design for power grids and microgrids between 250 kW and 100 MW and above. The algorithms implemented by IntelligentRE™ are designed to minimize renewable power curtailment finding an optimal balance between energy storage, major grid assets and, where appropriate, grid-imported energy costs and grid-exported energy revenues. This “smart” system is responsible for optimally managing the grid assets and controllable loads and minimizes the need for operators to manage a power system grid or microgrid operation on a daily basis by automating energy flow decisions.