"This achievement extends Steadysun's offering to load forecasting, strengthening our solution footprint in mitigating variability risks on power systems " Caroline DEFOREIT, President of Steadysun
Steadysun contributes to future sustainable cities with forecasting services
December 10th, 2019
Steadysun contributed to the European CoRDEES project led by the city of Paris. CoRDEES standing for Co-Responsibility in District Energy Efficiency and Sustainability, is a full-scale experiment on the energy functioning of the western sector of the Clichy-Batignolles eco-neighbourhood in Paris, 17th district.
Led by the City of Paris, gathering other partners, including Embix, the objective of the project was to collectively empower the various decision-making stakeholders of the eco-neighbourhood in terms of energy. The project consisted in adopting ambitious commitments in terms of energy performance -50 kWh/m2/year – as well as a renewable energy supply – more than 85% through geothermal heating and photovoltaic panels-.
As part of the CoRDEES 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.
A report on the results will be published in spring 2020.