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    Use case

    Hybrid power systems and microgrids

    Upgrade batteries management

    Challenge

    Optimize batteries management

    Hybrid systems combine batteries with several power production sources, including renewables. Most hybrid systems are offgrid. They can have various sizes, from minigrids in isolated areas to whole island grids.

    The Energy Management System (EMS) is the brain of such grids. Its mission is to maintain grid balance and optimize the poser mix. To do so, it needs to anticipate on power demand and production:

    • To ensure storage capacity is available to store excess power during periods of high production
    • To make sure to have enough power in reserve when production is lower than consumption

    Our solution

    Forecasting for better storage management

    To optimize battery management, EMS suppliers and operators rely on meteo*swift’s power forecasts.

    Our forecasts help them to:

    1.

    Calibrate the EMS

    Choose the battery model and the algorithm that best matches power forecast trends

    2.

    Optimize day to day batteries’ cycling

    Charge / discharge the battery according to the forecast

    Example: Day-ahead forecast to better pilot the batteries

    • Forecast: Wind power (kW)
    • Horizon: D+1
    • Interval: 1 hour
    • Sending frequency: 4 times a day (6am, 11am, 4pm, 9pm)

    Thanks to our forecasts, the EMS will know it needs to discharge the batteries before 11am to be able to store excess renewable electricity during the 1PM production peak on the 11th of October

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