We undertake commercial R&D and provide independent technical support to help assess the impact of weather and climate on the energy sector. Our work includes solar and wind generation planning, energy transition modelling, assessing the impact of extreme weather on network resilience and analysing future energy markets.
With access to global meteorological and climate data, satellite-based observations and in-house WRF modelling capability, our scientific experts can support your weather and climate modelling. From short data analysis projects to climate impact studies, we can help you make more informed decisions when considering environmental change.
We specialise in the development of software tools that help you gain actionable insight from data. From bespoke data visualisations to automating a workflow or developing new tools or prototypes, our engineers will help you turn complex environmental and business data into valuable information that helps support your decision making.
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Our commercial software products have been developed entirely in-house as a result of long-term R&D projects with clients. Provided on a SaaS-basis they are designed to provide users with deep insight into impact of weather and climate variability on renewable energy generation and risk management in the agri-food sector.
EnergyMetric is cutting-edge SaaS software to support the energy transition. From utility-scale solar and wind projects through to complex hybrid portfolios and national roadmaps, EnergyMetric supports accurate generation planning and assessment of renewable energy developments.
WeatherAsset turns global weather data into strategic insight for companies across the food supply chain, saving time and effort assessing how the weather might impact crop prices, quality, demand and supply. From a single farm to hundreds of locations worldwide, WeatherAsset makes it easy to undertake real time analysis of weather impacts.
Monitoring weather and climate risks to electricity networks
Extreme weather events are causing greater uncertainty to infrastructure owners and operators. Physical damage to assets as well as disruption to services and field operations lead to higher O&M costs and potential penalties for regulated utilities. On top of this, climate...
Reducing energy costs in cement manufacture
Analysing climate impacts on infrastructure
Modelling methane gas emissions using machine learning
Forecasting fog using data analytics
Weather alerts for crop monitoring
In the ALERT project we worked with a UK supermarket, a large global food company and two commercial growers to develop a proof-of-concept software tool to demonstrate how weather could affect crops across a range of test locations in the UK and overseas.
After a successful 3-month discovery activity, we are pleased to announce that we have been awarded a 12-month follow-on project from UKRI (UK Research & Innovation) to further develop our innovative economic dispatch modeling technology.
The Institute for Environmental Analytics is pleased to announce the release of our white paper which looks at how weather variability can affect solar and wind production.
Scottish Renewables Offshore Wind Conference, Glasgow
25-26 January 2023
Africa Energy Indaba, Cape Town
7-9 March 2023
Wind Europe, Copenhagen
25-27 April 2023
ENLIT Africa, Cape Town
16-18 May 2023
Intersolar Europe, Munich
13-14 June 2023
ENLIT Asia, Jakarta
14-16 November 2023
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