SolarAnywhere® FleetViewImprove utility planning and operational needs
Understand how PV impacts your grid today and in the future
Model energy and variability of installed PV fleets to indicate the relative impact down to specific feeders.
Model expected PV growth scenarios to prepare for the electric grid of the future.
Utility Generation Forecasting
Reliably predict energy supply from utility-scale PV
Provide automated forecast feeds into your market trading desk for day-ahead scheduling or real-time markets.
Access the most accurate prediction methods commercially available.
Utility Load Forecast Inputs
Maintain load forecast accuracy under dynamically growing behind-the-meter PV
Automatically forecast your behind-the-meter PV fleet to add intelligence to your load forecast.
Accurately predict utility load even as distributed PV penetration grows with dynamic PV fleet capacity updates.
Utility Distribution Operations / Smart Grid
Move into the future of electric grid operation
More accurately apply solar capacity and variability prediction to commercial or residential PV with proprietary downscaling models.
Integrate PV forecasts into distributed energy and building load management software.
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