Expert in Photovoltaic (PV) energy production forecasting, Reuniwatt signed up a partnership with Total. Reuniwatt will thus provide solar power production forecasts for the IssyGrid® demonstration project. Prior to the agreement, the forecasts were provided every 6 hours ahead and for the day to come. Reuniwatt introduces shortcasting.
PV production forecasting: a determining stake for smart grids
One of the main challenges of smart-grids is to optimize the integration of decentralized production from renewable energy sources into the electrical grid. Since its creation in 2010, Reuniwatt has specialized into securing a massive integration of PV into the grid thanks to its patented solar power production forecasting tool, Reuniwatt.
Partnering up with Total was the next logical step for the IssyGrid® project.
A partnership with Total for the installation of Reuniwatt’s innovative imager
Within the IssyGrid® demonstration project, Total is in charge of the local energy production thanks to a communication system and to a production forecasting model. Connected to the smart grid, they can ensure a more efficient management of the produced renewable energy. Reuniwatt’s refined short term forecasts will provide decisive information that will help orient the piloting of IssyGrid®’s equipment. According to Valérick Cassagne, PV Roof and BIPV Development Manager at Total’s New Energies Direction: “Reuniwatt’s innovative imager is a cutting-edge innovation for acquiring cloud conditions as well as short term GHI forecasts in 3D. We are eager to include this shortcasting solution to help better pilot our project.”
Reuniwatt will be at Intersolar Europe: come meet us in Hall B1 on stand 691 on 10-12 June 2015 in Munich. Come to our presentations during this major event:
• “Solar power forecasting: a tool to better pilot storage capacity” during the EES Forum, on Wednesday, June 10 at 11:40 – 12:00 in Booth B1.151.
• “Solar energy forecasting for an efficient energy mix” during the Innovation Exchange, on Thursday, June 11, 2015 from 2:15pm-2:30pm in Hall B3 – booth B3.450.