We are excited to announce the development of a new feature for TSPI, our innovative solution designed to enhance communication between distribution system operators or transmission system operators and various energy resources. The latest addition will allow for the accumulation of power reserve from multiple sources, including solar power plants, batteries, wind power plants, and more. This new balancing service will enable efficient monitoring and management of the power reserve, promoting a more stable power grid.

Our roadmap for the feature is as follows: We plan to complete the proof of concept by 2023 Q2 and move on to internal system testing by 2024 Q1. Our goal is to integrate the system with TSO by 2024 Q3 and begin planned production by 2025 Q1. We will keep you updated on our progress towards achieving this exciting milestone.

Stay tuned for more updates on TSPI and be a part of the future of sustainable energy.

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