Leonardo – platform for predicting the electricity production from renewable sources

We are incredibly proud to announce we are part of an exciting and important project Leonardo.

The project aims to develop an artificial intelligence platform dedicated to immediate, short-term, and long-term forecasting of electricity production from photovoltaic power plants. Our primary objective is to reduce reliance on non-renewable energy sources, such as coal-fired and gas-fired thermal power plants, along with mitigating CO2 emissions. These emissions are often resorted to during instances of inaccurate production forecasts, especially during sudden drops in renewable energy production. By leveraging this platform, our forecasts, particularly short-term projections, will be both accurate and timely. This accuracy enables proactive preparation and utilization of alternative energy sources in the event of unexpected production declines.

Through the synergistic integration of diverse activities, encompassing data collection on pivotal environmental parameters, computer vision for weather monitoring, and advanced machine learning algorithms for predictive modeling, users of our platform can anticipate generated energy with exceptional precision, thus ensuring the optimized operation of power plants. By amalgamating all the aforementioned data into an intelligent system, we heighten the dependability of both short and long-term predictions. This advancement empowers us to facilitate real-time, meticulous prognostication of electricity production from photovoltaic power plants and potentially other renewable energy sources. This stride is pivotal for their seamless assimilation into the power grid system (PGS).

Our solution finds its potential user base among small, medium, and large energy companies within the EU markets. These entities are projected to substantially augment their renewable energy share within their portfolios. As a result, this transition will invariably reduce the proportion of production sourced from power plants dependent on non-renewable energy sources.

Collaborative partners in this project include Holding Slovenske elektrarne, Akson d.o.o., and Medius d.o.o.