Headquartered in Marlborough, MA, BRIDGE Energy Group is a consulting and systems integration solutions provider focused on improving utility operational performance. The company combines business, OT and IT domain expertise to deliver and optimize innovative grid operation ability, work and asset management and customer operations,” reveals Olsson.
The company provides utility solutions like Grid Security, Grid Management, and Grid Reliability, which ultimately meets the unique needs of its clients. BRIDGE Energy Group’s Grid Reliability practice enables utilities envision, architect, and implement operation technologies to solve the toughest business challenges in outage management. On the other hand, the company’s Grid Security helps to achieve ongoing compliance and secure operations.
BRIDGE Energy Group has helped various companies by offering operational technology and information technology solutions to meet client’s utility needs.
BRIDGE delivers business, operational technology (OT), information technology (IT) solutions to Utilities, improving grid reliability, grid management, and grid security
BRIDGE’s NERC CIP team provided an end-to-end solution—from developing a strategy for compliance program improvement, to mitigation and compliance processes, to implementation and finally, execution of the plan.
BRIDGE’s industry leadership in the business, application and technology transformation has its roots in the deep operational domain expertise and the ability to integrate OT/IT. “We have a distinct advantage over those competitors who cover multiple verticals not related to the utility industry, which makes BRIDGE the top choice in the utilities market and it makes us completely different in the market,” explains Olsson.
Going forward, the company aims to stay ahead of the curve and is willing to meet the challenges of the 21st century utility— which includes improved reliability, integrating renewable and expanding customer choices. “We engage with utilities and vendors, providing our industry operational expertise to help guide selection and development of new technologies and approaches,” concludes Olsson.