A better way to utilize and process grid data.
GPA is a leader in the creation of Open Source Software (OSS) for electric utilities through collaborative development projects involving electric utilities, proprietary software vendors, research organizations and academia. GPA's OSS products and software components are easy for vendors to incorporate into their proprietary product offerings. GPA's OSS also supports the academic R&D business model and can be used to create new intellectual property. All GPA OSS is made available to users under the permissive MIT License.
Reliability and Innovation
GPA has a track record of innovation and has both participated in and led major software development projects with client utilities and the federal government. Since its inception in 2010, GPA has successfully developed a suite of products that are in production use supporting grid operations.
Maintenance and Service
In addition to custom application development, GPA offers services for installation, set-up, integration and on-going maintenance of its open source software. These services include 24x7 support and diagnostic services allowing clients around-the-clock access to GPA's technical experts.
Integration with other Systems
GPAs software is not only able to handle data managment and storage as an isolated system but can also integrate with a large variety of other Systems. Most utilites use a variety of Software vendors and technologies. GPAs goal is to make integration with all these Systems as simple as possible. By providing integration services, GPA's applications can ensure Utilites get the maximum value out of their PQ and Synchropahsor data even if it is distributed across multiple systems and technologies.
Recent News Stories
GPA Product Announcements and other newsworthy developments at GPA.
GPA presented its work on using GIS Data for Fault Location Analysis at the GATech FDA conference.
GPA was joined by Vendors and Utilities at the 2023 NASPI Working Group meeting to give a presentation on the use cases of the new P2664 standard
GPA named part of one of nine winning Phase 1 teams in the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Electricity inaugural American-Made Digitizing Utilities Prize.