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    Use case

    Power producers and operators

    Maximize wind and solar assets' profitability

    Challenge

    Maximize wind and solar assets’ profitability

    The objective of a power producer is to maximize its return on investment. This requires a daily monitoring of asset’s performance and involves an optimization of all operations. Scheduling maintenance in low production periods, or turning off power plants in case of negative price can make a difference. Anticipating on solar and wind power production is also key to better manage projects’ cash flows and treasury. Finally, as regulation pushes for wind ans solar energy integration in power markets, forecasting difficulty increasingly impacts assets profitability and need to be considered in portfolio development strategies.

     

    Our solution

    Forecasting for green assets portfolio profitability

     

    To face these challenges, asset managers are using meteo*swift’s power forecasts.

    They use these forecasts for 3 key purposes.

    meteo*swift’s forecasts help them to:

    1.

    Revenue optimization

    Scheduling maintenance operations at the most ideal times

    2.

    Financial risk management

    Anticipating weekly and monthly turnover

    3.

    Compliance with legal/contractual obligations

    Cooperating with the grid operator / industrial customer by sharing forecasts

    Example: forecasting to optimize maintenance

    • Forecast: Wind power (kW)
    • Horizon: D+8
    • Time step: 1h
    • Sending frequency: Once a day at 9h30 am

    The operator receives an estimation of the behaviour of his asset for the next 8 days. He can select the less productive day to perform the maintenance: October 18th

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