Electric utilities could be missing out on millions of dollars in value by using outdated grid modelling techniques. Determining your company’s optimum asset mix is vital to remaining competitive throughout the energy transition. Yet traditional modelling methods may be misvaluing your assets. Are sub optimal models leaving you behind?

Our latest report, in collaboration with Wärtsilä, dives into the limitations of traditional grid modelling in the United States, explores how reciprocating engines capture value, and outlines strategic pathways to a renewable energy transition. 
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  • Explore the volatile nature of an increasingly renewable energy market and understand the risk created by mischaracterizing modern grids using legacy modelling methods.  
  • Discover the technologies, RICE engines and batteries, that will provide flexibility in response to a volatile market to capitalize on a reliable, low carbon power system.
  • Uncover hidden value every five minutes: discover the true valuation of existing assets and unlock significantly increased ROI.
This report was produced in conjunction with our partners Wärtsilä. The Energy Transition team would like to thank everyone who contributed to this paper.

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