Energy system operators run power or heat production equipment, networks, storage facilities or industries under very constrained conditions. They make trade-offs to achieve the best economic performance while handling technical constraints (e.g. start-up ramps), environmental constraints (e.g. maximum emissions), and regulatory constraints (e.g. accepted hydraulic spill). Their decision range is restricted: building a feasible schedule may already be challenging. Yet, in many cases, numerous flexibilities can be activated to make the most of the equipment: e.g. multi-energy sources, multi-commodities, flexibility within the structure of supply or delivery contracts, provision of ancillary services, management of demand flexibility, aggregation via several assets, participation to one or several markets.
To enable energy system operators to make the most of their assets, Artelys has developed Artelys Crystal Energy Planner. Now available in an easy-to-use web version, embedding powerful forecasting and mathematical optimization algorithms, it allows energy system models to be customized to perfectly replicate all asset constraints while modeling flexibilities and associated revenues/costs. It offers an end-to-end solution for optimized planning, including forecasting of key quantities, integrating with the existing IT environment, and allowing the definition of multi-level planning processes and workflows (for geographical or temporal segmentation of your decision-making).
To discover this innovative solution, we offer to start by estimating the full economic, environmental and organizational ROI (Return on investment) for your specific system before any deployment.
Contact our team of experts for more information, and watch our demo video!
— Join Artelys on May 18th to learn more about Artelys Knitro, the most advanced solver for nonlinear optimization and ways to unleash the full potential of mathematical optimization.
— Artelys is thrilled to invite you to the METIS 2 Dissemination Event on May 31th. During this online event, we will present the METIS project’s latest results and discuss the benefits of using this modeling tool for energy and climate policymaking.
— As part of the METIS project, Artelys delivered a first model in 2018 to the European Commission. This year, Artelys has provided a major upgrade of the energy system model METIS.
Release of ADEME’s report “Modeling and optimizing French and European power mixes from 2020 to 2060”
— ADEME, the French energy and environment agency, contracted with Artelys to analyze four power systems scenarios.
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