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    Applications

    Microgrids / Smart grids

    Upgrade batteries management

    Challenges

    Upgrade batteries management

    A microgrid uses an energy management system (EMS) to manage an independent grid equipped with battery storage and several power production sources, often including renewables. Batteries make it possible to compensate for the intermittent nature of renewable energy sources. The power forecast is critical data for battery management:

    • 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.

    Most of the microgrids are isolated from main grids, for instance in island areas.

    The meteo*swift solution

    Forecasting for EMS management

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

    They use our service for 2 key purposes.

    The 2 main purposes:

    1.

    Calibrate the EMS

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

    2.

    Daily battery management

    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)

    The EMS will discharge his battery before 11am to anticipate the production peak from 1pm on the 11th of October

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