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    Use case

    Grid operators (TSO/DSO)

    Maintain grid balance


    Maintain grid balance

    Transmission System Operators (TSO) and Distribution System Operators (DSO) are responsible for the physical management of the electricity grid: they ensure the efficient transmission and distribution of electricity. In order to keep the grid operational, they must ensure the balance between power supply and demand. Contrary to conventional power sources, green power is not dispatchable. Grid operators have therefore to compare consumption with production forecasts to foresee imbalances and activate balancing resources accordingly (storage, energy import/export, curtailment, load shedding, etc.).

    Our solution

    Forecasting for grid balancing

    To face these challenges, grid operators use meteo*swift’s power forecasts for 2 key purposes.

    meteo*swift’s forecasts help them to:


    Foresee the impact of wind and solar generation on the grid

    Coordinate the transmission and distribution of electricity to avoid disruption of the local power supply (e.g. congestions or shortages)


    Better manage reserves

    Anticipate grid load variations or imbalances to better manage electricity reserves

    Example: Intraday and day-ahead forecasts for power transmission and distribution planning

    • Forecast: wind power (kW)
    • Horizon: D+7
    • Interval: 15min
    • Sending frequency: 5 times/day (4h, 6h, 11h, 16h, 21h)

    This forecast grants grid managers the visibility necessary to best plan power transportation and distribution for the coming week.


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