Electricity generation planning
All nations face the challenge of reducing carbon emissions to meet challenging targets and deadlines undertaken as a result of the Paris Agreement. Transitioning from fossil fuels to renewables such as wind and solar power presents problems of generation intermittency.
We have the diverse environmental analytics skills and an innovative product suite that allow quick simulation and assessment of energy scenarios supporting strategic and policy decision making.
RE-SAT is our ground-breaking powerful renewable energy data analytics software helping organisations to reduce their fossil fuel dependence. Whether you are a government agency, national utility, energy supplier, developer or investor, contact us today to discover how we can help you with renewable energy resource planning, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Reducing energy costs
De-carbonisation targets are penalising certain manufacturers that contribute heavily to emissions and incur significant costs; at the same time, where there exists a wholesale market with dynamic prices there are opportunities to optimise expenditure on electricity and potentially reduce carbon emissions.
We can analyse energy generation and consumption data to optimise value by leveraging our advanced data science capability.
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Planning for climate change
Varying weather patterns and changes in climate will affect supply of renewable energy sources, such as wind and solar, as well as affecting demand – a crucial challenge for energy companies, industry and policy makers across Europe in forming future strategies.
Our expertise in data modelling and visualisation can help organisations looking to understand the impact of climatic changes on energy demand. One example of this is the ECEM project where we worked with a consortium of partners from the energy sector to develop the software platform highlighting the impact of different energy mixes on the pan-European market.
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