Steadysun supports EDT ENGIE to predict Tahiti solar farms power variability and avoid blackouts

9 diciembre 2020

EDT ENGIE is deploying a Steadysun solar energy forecasting solution on the Tahiti island to predict solar variability in the very short term (30 minutes) and then enable to ensure the island’s power network stability.
French Polynesia produces currently more than 35% of its electricity from renewable energies and aims to reach 75% in 2030. The issue of the solar energy variability, identified as a constraint in the energy transition, represents a management challenge in order to maximize the penetration of solar energy in the Tahitian grid.

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Steadysun contributes to future sustainable cities with forecasting services

10 diciembre 2019

Steadysun contributed to the European CoRDEES project led by the city of Paris. As part of the project, Steadysun provided week ahead solar power production forecasts for all plants in the western sector of the Clichy-Batignolles eco-neighbourhood (Paris 17th). In addition, we delivered an operational solution for day-ahead forecasting power and heat consumption.

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Steadysun’s MoNuTeR project awarded from the innovation contest

21 diciembre 2018

Steadysun, with its MoNuTeR project, was one of the companies listed on December 11, 2018 as part of the innovation contest for the theme Renewable energy, storage and energy systems promoted by the French Environment & Energy Management Agency (ADEME).

The MoNuTeR project aims at developing regional meteorological models for solar irradiance and production forecasting.

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Steadysun is accredited with the “Energized by Tenerrdis” certificate from Tenerrdis

25 mayo 2018

The EyeGrid solar forecasting solution is one of the 7 solutions to have been certified by the energy cluster.

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Weatherzone y Steadysun anuncian un acuerdo de asociación técnica y comercial en Australia y Nueva Zelandia

17 febrero 2017

WEATHERZONE y STEADYSUN firmaron un acuerdo de cooperación comercial y tecnológica en Australia y Nueva Zelandia para proponer una solución completa y eficiente de predicción de la producción solar.

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