Vaisala Energy Budget Outlook

How much of last month’s departure from expected production was caused by the weather?  What should you expect to happen next month?  Next quarter?  Vaisala now provides an independent, monthly, assessment of the weather impact to your project portfolio – both wind and solar projects.  This information is designed to be used in monthly operating reports to senior management, assist with setting annual energy generation budgets, and helping to determine the causes of under or over performance. 

Key Benefits:

  • 3rd party, Independent view to understand and communicate the impact of weather on your project portfolio

  • Supports integrated portfolios of wind and solar projects 

  • Better decisions with a skillful months-ahead forecast 

The service is offered as an affordable subscription. Please fill out the form here if you would like more information about the Vaisala Energy Budget Outlook Tool.

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Operational Reforecasting

Guides monthly and annual energy budget setting and intra-year updates.The operational reforecast reduces error in future generation estimates that are currently obtained from a blend of pre-construction reports and operational production data. 

Energy Budget Outlook - Seasonal outlook

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