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Artificial Intelligence: Kaiserwetter Presents New B2G Solution for Energy System Transformation

Madrid, Spain - In addition to the further expansion of renewable energies, a challenge of energy system transformation and the achievement of climate targets is a better transformation by using more intelligent planning and coordination mechanisms.

At this point, the use of artificial intelligence can generate important added value. Kaiserwetter Energy Asset Management GmbH presented its new business-to-government (B2G) platform Aristoteles Sky at the COP25 Sustainable Innovation Forum at the World Climate Conference in Madrid. The company, specialized in the management of wind and solar energy assets, demonstrated how the Internet of Things (IoT) can help countries accelerate the energy turnaround process and minimize transformation risks.

The cloud-based system integrates Artificial Intelligence. Based on real-time operational data, supplemented by spatial-geographical data, national and regional energy systems can be simulated via the Energy Cloud. Governments and authorities receive detailed and in-depth information on the status and progress of the decarbonization process of their energy systems. According to Kaiserwetter, the IoT-based cloud platform achieves an optimal fit between regional energy production and regional demand, thus enabling a demand-oriented approach in which supply directly follows fluctuating energy demand. The planning of new capacities, from generation and storage to grid expansion and flexible consumption, is thus given unprecedented accurateness. This helps to minimize the risks of the transformation process and to accelerate the energy turnaround without the risk of wrong decisions or investments, says Kaiserwetter.

“Ariostoteles Sky enables target-sensitive planning and governing of the energy transition: It is the best example of how IoT and AI are becoming key drivers for an effective climate policy and a successful, risk-minimized shift to a green economy," adds Hanno Schoklitsch, CEO of Kaiserwetter.



Source: IWR Online, 18 Dec 2019