Energy & Meteo Systems Receives Order from French Aggregator
Lyon, France /Oldenburg, Germany - CNR, the first French producer of exclusively renewable energy, and Energy & Meteo Systems, a leading provider of renewable power forecasting and virtual power plant services, have signed a contract in order to stop and restart wind and solar power plants in case of negative prices. The virtual power plant will support CNR in profitably marketing renewable power in the increasingly dynamic French energy market.
CNR is the leading French producer of 100% renewable electricity (water, wind, sun) and the Rhône river’s multiple-use concessionaire, from the Swiss border to the Mediterranean Sea: hydropower production, inland navigation and ports development, irrigation and other agricultural uses. As integrated player at the forefront of the energy business, CNR offers its intermittent energy management and valorisation services and its engineering expertise to third parties in France and in some 30 countries. At the Energy Department, CNR works on forecasting of renewable resources, energy optimization and offers direct marketing solutions to third parties. CNR’s share capital is marked by a fine-balance between public (local authorities, Groupe Caisse des Dépôts) and private ownership with ENGIE a major French utility.
Energy & Meteo Systems offers services and software products that allow efficient marketing and grid integration of wind and solar energy every hour of the day. The company is a leading international provider of wind and solar power generation forecasting for customers in Europe, North and South America, Asia, Africa and Australia. According to the company, it is also one of the world’s first to deploy virtual power plant software connecting decentralised electricity generators and controllable consumers from a single control centre connecting them into the energy grid and to the various energy markets. Energy & Meteo Systems provides its services to more than 400 GW of installed wind and solar power in around 60 countries.
Source: IWR Online, 03 Jul 2019