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    Applications

    Energy traders and aggregators

    Optimize your positions on power markets

    Challenges

    Optimize your positions on power markets

    Energy traders and aggregators act as intermediaries between renewable power producers and marketplaces. They buy electricity at a fixed price from producers and sell it at the market price on the spot market. They take responsibility for the risks associated with the volatility of the electricity market. Their profitability is therefore based on their ability to anticipate production/price curves and optimize their transactions accordingly.

    The meteo*swift solution

    Forecasting for trading decisions

    To face these challenges, energy traders use meteo*swift’s forecasts for 3 key purposes.

    The 3 main purposes:

    1.

    Make trading decisions

    Bid for the next day on the spot power market thanks to day-ahead forecasts

    2.

    Maximize transaction revenue

    Correct yesterday’s bid during the day thanks to intraday forecasts

    3.

    Minimize network balancing penalties

    Reduce imbalances costs arising from the differences between announced / delivered production charged by the grid authority

    Example: Intraday forecast to correct the previous day’s bid

    • Forecast: wind power (kW)
    • Horizon: H+10h
    • Interval: 1 hour
    • Sending frequency: every hour from 7am

    Power traders receive a very accurate forecast of the production of the next hours. They can thus correct its previous day’s purchasing / selling bids along the current day.

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