Flexibility Mapper

Predict the impact of DERs at a local level

Distributed Energy Resources (DER) like electric vehicles, heat pumps, solar panels and batteries will strain grid infrastructure unevenly by being installed in clusters related to different customer demographics and their preferences.

Flexibility opens new opportunities for grid owners

The flexibility of DERs offers new opportunities for the coupling of transport, heating, gas and electric sectors, allowing these networks to maximize capacity utilization and minimize losses.

Flexibility Mapper integrates with GIS and MDM systems and applies machine learning algorithms on historical data, combined with public data sources, to predict how DERs will consume and produce in the next 20 years. A long-term perspective is critical when installing new infrastructure that is expected to last up to 75 years.

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