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Springville City Power and High West Energy Inc. Choose Survalent for its Integrated Technology and Reliable Customer Support

Springville City Power and High West Energy Inc. Choose Survalent for its Integrated Technology and Reliable Customer Support

BRAMPTON, ON (PRWEB) November 04, 2015

Springville City Power (SCP) - a municipal utility in Utah, and High West Energy Inc. (HWE) - a cooperative utility in Wyoming commissioned Survalent Technology’s Survalent ONE™ ADMS (Advanced Distribution Management System). Both utilities chose Survalent’s SCADA for its integrated technology platform, reliable customer support service and ability to work seamlessly with their existing systems.

Survalent ONE™ ADMS is an advanced product line providing a complete solution on one platform. Both SCP and HWE can experience the many benefits of having the most advanced graphical user interface, SmartVU. With SmartVU, operators can utilize modern graphics hardware to accomplish high quality graphics, providing a platform for users to view and edit all of their SCADA applications.

The system is based on a Windows Server and includes advanced functionalities such as, Control Panel for quick configuration and access to field devices, and IED Wizard - a tool that automates the creation of the database points for supported IEDs. Also included is Remote Alarm functions that provide the ability to send e-mail, paging, SNMP, and SMS text messages for specified alarms.

The SurvCentral application provides access to SCADA information, such as operator summary, substation line diagrams, alarms and distribution network map, so SCP and HWE can make better decisions more quickly. Additionally, the WebSurv application allows their management to monitor information from the ADMS and improve internal communications. Also included for SCP is Event Data Recording for recording all status changes, operator controls and Sequence of Events (SOE) data.

“Survalent is delighted to be able to meet the needs of Springville and High West Energy with our Survalent ONE™ ADMS solution” said Ed Kobeszka, Regional Sales VP for Western US. “The system implementations are on schedule, allowing the utilities to quickly realize the value of their investment.” Both SCP and HWE recognized the need for a single platform for advanced functionality and will be able to grow with the system adding features and functionality as needed, and eliminating the need to add separate applications external to SmartVU.”

About Springville City Power

Nestled in the foothills of The Rocky Mountains, two miles east of Utah Lake, Springville City Power serves over 31,000 residents. It is committed to providing safe and reliable power and services in a friendly, efficient and professional manner, while offering competitive rates to its customers.

About West Energy Inc.

High West Energy is an electric utility that serves customers in Wyoming, Nebraska and Colorado. Based in Laramie County, Wyoming, the company is a not-for-profit cooperative, owned by its members. They currently serve about 10,000 member accounts, including residential homes, businesses and government facilities.

About Survalent Technology

Survalent Technology is the most trusted global provider of Advanced Distribution Management Systems (ADMS) - Survalent ONETM ADMS, including SCADA, Outage Management System (OMS), and Distribution Management System (DMS) for Electric, Transit, Renewable and Water/Wastewater utilities. For over five decades, we have helped more than 500 utilities in 30 countries use operational data to increase reliability, efficiency and customer service. Survalent partners with utilities across the globe to create mission critical solutions that will achieve the promise of the Smart Grid. Learn more at


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