Consulting Services

Power & Utilities

Fundamentally driven to accelerate the realization of our Power & Utility clients' goals and objectives.


Sure Power has a proven track record of providing subject matter expertise and project leadership to prominent Power & Utilities organizations throughout the United States, Canada, Ireland and the United Kingdom. We work directly with those CIOs, General Managers, Vice-presidents, Partners, Senior Managers, Directors, and Project Leaders who understand that having the right people, at the right time, in the right role, is the key to execution. Our long-standing dedication to Power and Utilities is well-recognized within the industry and those who serve it, and our expansive network of over 10,000 resources enables our team to consistently respond to our client's needs with unparalleled speed and accuracy. From CIS to GIS, EAM to T&D, SCADA to Demand Response - and all points in between - Sure Power has the expertise and experience to accelerate the realization of your program goals and objectives.

  • Project Managers
  • Solution Architects
  • Systems Analysts
  • Conversion Leads
  • Functional Leads
  • Conversion Developers

  • Technical Analysts
  • Business Analysts
  • Service Order Analysts
  • SQL / Report Developers
  • Database Administrators
  • Reporting Leads

  • Oracle Utilities
  • SAP IS/U
  • Customer Operations
  • Advanced Metering

    Advanced Metering

    Much of the Smart Grid Transformation started with AMI deployment, the source of more accurate and timely power usage data. Along with the raw data, AMI allows the realization of Operational, Customer, and Financial benefits. Sure Power has been a strategic partner for the roll out of AMI systems providing key resources for each step of the deployment.

  • GIS
  • NERC CIP Compliance

    NERC CIP Compliance

    NERC is committed to protecting the bulk power system against cybersecurity compromises that could lead to misoperation or instability. On November 22, 2013, FERC approved Version 5 of the critical infrastructure protection cybersecurity standards (CIP Version 5), which represent significant progress in mitigating cyber risks to the bulk power system.
    NERC initiated a program to help industry transition directly from the currently enforceable CIP Version 3 standards to CIP Version 5. The goal of the transition program is to improve industry’s understanding of the technical security requirements for CIP Version 5, as well as the expectations for compliance and enforcement.
  • Work & Asset Management

    Work & Asset Management

    The renewal and replacement of the critical assets that make up a utility infrastructure is a constant and ongoing task. Asset management provides a framework for managing infrastructure capital assets to minimize the total cost of owning and operating them while delivering the desired service levels. A high-performing program incorporates detailed asset inventories, operation and maintenance tasks, and long-range financial planning to build system capacity, and it puts systems on the road to sustainability. Asset management programs with good data—including asset attributes (e.g., age, condition and criticality), life-cycle costing, proactive operations and maintenance (O&M) and capital replacement plans based on cost-benefit analyses—can be the most efficient method of meeting this challenge.

  • Network Ops & Automation

    Network Ops & Automation

    Smart Grid implementations revolve around distributed intelligence, field automation, remote sensors, and mountains of new data. Integrating the management of Smart Grid infrastructure into Network, Distribution, and/or Energy Management centers maximizes the operational benefits of an intelligent and flexible electrical system. The advanced transmission and distribution systems of the future will become self-healing, as electricity flow monitoring combines with end user data to control systems, offering new opportunities for management and optimization. The ultimate promise of the Smart Grid requires that utilities integrate and automate virtually every operation of the enterprise – both to maximize efficiency and capability, and to meet the new demands on generation and delivery from customers, shareholders and regulators.