We spoke with our Offshore Wind Specialist and thought leader, Anna Hilden, for her insight into the latest changes and advances within the industry, specifically how the US can capitalize on existing experience in Europe.
With a global forecasting network, we use the latest forecasting technology to help you to accurately calculate production.
I think it’s a benefit to have such a system to look forward into the future. We see the estimated wind power production and that it will generate a specific amount of energy, and we can then predict the amount of energy they will deliver into our grid.Freddy van Halm
Use our data to gain new insights into your operations to make them even more efficient and automated as well as manage risk, increase revenue and decrease costs.
With our advanced analytics you can uncover new opportunities in all types of data from a variety of sources. Rather than relying on historical data or “gut feel”, our team of data scientists will help you make data-driven decisions
Even when you have the best automated solutions, you still want to consult with experts in challenging situations. Our forecasters help you with actionable information as well as the human touch.
Artificial intelligence and deep learning, or machine learning, are an increasing part of the advanced analytics we offer to improve your wind farm energy production predictions.
We forecast your production for a whole fleet of wind farms for the day, the next few days or up to 14 days ahead. Using historic data and adding turbine types into the calculation, we calibrate forecasts to set up and teach algorithms to make forecasts. We blend different models into an ensemble of forecasts to achieve the best and highest resolution, making the most accurate forecasts possible.
Our forecasts for 110 gigawatts in Europe, on an hourly and daily basis, include those for Germany, Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Scotland.