TenneT is a leading European electricity transmission system operator (TSO) with its main activities in the Netherlands and Germany.
The interactive web-based model developed by Artelys for TenneT is meant to create awareness of the challenges of managing a high-voltage grid and highlight the important role of transmission system operators (TSOs) in achieving system stability on a real time basis. It includes three compelling serious games that enable the visitors to “step into the shoes” of TenneT. Through the “expert mode”, the visitor may create/edit/save new power systems from scratch. The simulator automatically and instantly computes the flow of electric power in the transmission lines.
The power flow simulator is now available on TenneT’s website.
— We are pleased to announce that Artelys Knitro 13 is now available! This new version focuses on performance improvements for both continuous and mixed-integer general nonlinear problems.
Artelys contributes significantly to the European Commission’s Hydrogen and Decarbonised Gas Package
— Artelys has significantly contributed to the Impact Assessment of the Gas Package by making use of the EU energy system model METIS.
— In association with Orléans Métropole (circa 300 000 inhabitants, France), Artelys has set up alongside the metropolitan services a public web platform to monitor territorial energy datasets.
Successful first auction of the Belgian Capacity Remuneration Mechanism enabled by Artelys market clearing engine
— A Capacity Remuneration Mechanism (CRM) was recently introduced in Belgium by Elia, the country’s Transmission System Operator, in accordance with the Belgium ‘Electricity Act’.
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