Our modelling activities are focussed on solving strategic challenges requiring innovative thinking and novel approaches. With expertise spanning engineering, AI, data science and meteorology, we can help you quantify the impact of weather and climate in areas such as future energy demand and supply, the transition to intelligent electricity system operations and optimising solar and wind portfolios.
With access to global meteorological and climate data, satellite-based observations and in-house numerical weather modelling capability, we can provide tailored weather data and technical support in areas such as solar and wind resource assessments, VRE studies, site measurement campaigns, extreme weather risk assessment and climate scale impact studies.
Advances in digitalisation and remote sensing provide huge potential for enhancing operational performance through data mining and analysis. We are experts in developing custom software tools that transform large, complex data streams into valuable and accessible insights to gain efficiencies, reduce risks, improve asset performance and inform strategic thinking.
How can we help you?
Our commercial software product, EnergyMetric, combines precision meteorological data with powerful analytics for assessing variable energy production from solar and wind projects. EnergyMetric saves you time and provides rigorous analysis when calculating energy yields, undertaking site assessments or optimising solar and wind portfolios.
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.
Visualising wind and flood hazards in Europe
The UK Centre for Greening Finance & Investment (CGFI) is a national centre established to accelerate the adoption and use of climate and environmental data and analytics by financial institutions.
The IEA is part of CGFI and leads on ensuring the...
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
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.
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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