Digital Engineering develops pioneering services that change the way the energy industry operates. It uses advanced analytics and weather simulations to help its clients minimise the impact that the weather has on their businesses. Digital Engineering is committed to using its data analytics capabilities and meteorological expertise to help resolve the energy storage and transmission requirements for a zero-emissions South Wales.
The energy industry is increasingly weather dependent, with both supply and demand affected by short-term and long-term fluctuations in weather patterns. Therefore, understanding the weather and how it impacts the energy industry is crucial to achieving net zero. Digital Engineering will support the project by providing predicted hourly renewable generation profiles. Digital Engineering will also provide insights into how the Zero2050 goal will affect the import and export of energy across Great Britain during different seasons and predict the energy storage requirements within South Wales until 2050.
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