Stabilize your systems, manage congestion and pinpoint critical spots in the lines with Hotspot Analysis
Hotspots are sections in the power line with the lowest available capacity at a given time. MeteoGroup has developed a weather driven power line climate model to detect hotspots. Grid operators can prevent and manage congestion, easily detect grid bottlenecks and be alerted to potential overheating to avoid grid breakdowns.
- Hotspots can be detected with Dynamic Line Rating in historical mode,
- Identified hotspots are typically the best spots to install weather stations to receive reliable local and realtime observations.
- MeteoGroup assists grid operators in planning the installation and operating of local observation stations which further optimise the results of the DLR model.
Operational Forecast-Driven Model
DLR is a pioneering and dedicated operational weather forecast model that helps you assess the probability of individual weather scenarios and to translate this probability into relative line capacity.
Historical analysis to detect Hotspots
With Dynamic Line Rating model in historical mode, weather-critical sections in powerlines (“hotspots”) can be detected. The identified hotspots are typically the best locations to install weather stations in order to receive reliable local and real-time observations.
Continuous improvements to our sophisticated weather solutions ensure better planning, greater savings, consistent reliability and greater data accuracy.
We are very pleased, that MeteoGroup’s meteorological know-how will round off the information offered on the transparency platform.
Tobias Paulun, Board Member for Strategy at EEX
MeteoGroup is the first place to go if the weather can impact your business. Keep up the great work and thank you to the staff.