ALSAT allows users to easily get all the nodes in their distribution systems loaded with diversified profiles. Then the system is all set for accurate time-series analysis for interconnection studies.

ALSAT takes existing measurements from part of the distribution system or territory and outputs load profiles for the individual customer nodes in that system or territory with representative and realistic diversity and variability.

Users can set expected diversity factor for the system, and the tool can output load profiles with the specified diversity factor.


Data-Driven Distribution System Load Modeling for Quasi-Static Time-Series Simulation,  IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid (2019)

DWT-Based Aggregated Load Modeling and Evaluation for Quasi-Static Time-Series Simulation on Distribution Feeders, 2018 IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting (2018)


Xiangqi Zhu

Researcher III, Electrical Engineering

Barry Mather

Manager, Integrated Devices and Systems Group