How Hydro Ottawa Deployed An Asset Investment Planning Tool

Investing to improve aging infrastructure is critical if a utility is going to remain reliable and safe. Like many utilities, Hydro Ottawa built large segments of its distribution system during the 1960s, 70s and 80s. In recent years, the utility found itself needing to invest in its aging infrastructure at an accelerated pace to improve system reliability and reduce interruptions. The company needed a strategic approach to asset investment planning to achieve its goals.

This case study describes how Hydro Ottawa gained corporate sponsorship to implement and deploy the Copperleaf C55 solution, and explains how the company uses C55’s Predictive Analytics and Investment Portfolio Optimization capabilities to produce interdependent short- and long-term plans for its projects and programs.

This article was featured in the Summer 2015 issue of Western Energy magazine and is available on the WEI website at this link.

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