Nettalliansen is a cooperation between a number of grid owners in Norway, for sharing knowledge and procurement. Nettalliansen takes care of their owners' interests though establishing attractive shared services. As of 2018, Nettalliansen is owned by 46 grid companies.
Through an agreement with Rejlers Embriq, PowerCatch is offered as a shared work order system for companies in Nettalliansen.
Nord-Trøndelag Elektrisitetsverk AS, NTE, is one of Norway's largest producers and distributors of clean and renewable energy, power sales, fiber-based broadband and electronics services.
NTE entered an agreement with Resight in may 2018 for consulting and development on the Atlassian platform.
Smart meter rollout: Nettalliansen, Soria Vokks and Hafslund Nett
PowerCatch is used as a work order system in several large projects rolling out smart electricity meters in Norway. In these projects, ReSight is a subcontractor to Rejlers Embriq and OneCo. More than 300 000 meter replacements and other work orders will be completed through these projects, and PowerCatch is used for planning, booking, dispatching and resource management, as well as a tool for technicians in the field.
In june 2018, a contract was signed between Resight and Hafslund Nett for using PowerCatch for smart meter rollout in parts of their grid.
In the video below you can see a presentation recorded at Atlassian Summit 2017. Helene tells about the project and how it was solved.
Dalane Energi is owned by the municipalities Eigersund, Sokndal, Lund and Bjerkreim. Their vision is to provide a stable and affordable electricity supply to households, institutions and businesses in the region. Dalane Energi uses PowerCatch for tasks related to grid operations and maintenance, as well as customer inquiries.
TrønderEnergi Nett is one oft he largest distributors of electrical power to households and businesses in central Norway. PowerCatch is being established as the solution for all resource management, and will be used for all types of work orders within the company. In addition, several integrations with underying systems will be implemented as part of the deal.
Hålogaland Kraft Nett
The primary task of Hålogaland Kraft Nett (HLK) is to ensure a stable and safe supply of electricity in their 7 ownership municipalities. HLK has used PowerCatch since 2012, with steadily increased use. PowerCatch is used for work orders related to operations, new development, meter work and maintenance, as well as receiving costumer inquiries, reporting internal deviations and during emergency situations. From may 2018, HLK is migrated to the new Nettalliansen PowerCatch platform.
Mo Industripark has a dedicated department - MIP Kraftnett - for distribution of electrical power to the businesses and customers in the industrial park. MIP Kraftnett uses PowerCatch as a work order system for operations and maintenance.
Helgeland Kraft Nett
Helgeland Kraft produces renewable energy and delivers power to the Helgeland region. They also sell electricity to consumers and businesses across Norway. Helgeland Kraft Nett has used PowerCatch for maintenance work in their grid since 2014, and are planning to extend the use of PowerCatch in the future.
OneCo Technologies offers a wide range of products and services for private and businesses focusing on electrical solutions. OneCo has had a very positive experience using PowerCatch for smart meter rollout, and have chosen to use it for internal projects as well.
Røros Elektrisitetsverk (REV) is localised in the Røros municipality, and both produces electricity and operates the regional power grid. PowerCatch will be set into production at Røros Elektisitetsverk in the near future.
Vesterålskraft Nett owns and operates the regional power grid in the municipalities of Bø, Sortland and Øksnes. Vesterålskraft Nett uses PowerCatch for maintenance tasks in the power grid.