S2S4E will present the new forecasting tool for the energy industry at E-World Energy & Water from 11-13 February. Visit our stand to learn more about what we are doing to make long-term forecasts more reliable!
At our stand, which will be part of the Montel stand (stand 3-124) in hall 3, you will be able to meet Llorenç Lledó from the Barcelona Supercomputing Center, and Karla Hernández and Joan Miquel Anglès from Nnergix Energy Management.
On the first day of E-World, Lledó will also present the project and its new forecasting tool specifically tailored for the energy industry – the S2S4E Decision Support Tool – at the E-World Trading and Finance Forum.
His presentation will take place on 11 February at 15:00 in Hall 1 and be part of a session entitled “From Futuristic to Normal: AI and Climate Predictions for Forecasting and Trading”.
Forecasts for up to three months ahead
Lledó, Hernández and Anglès represented S2S4E also at the 2019 edition of energy trade fair E-World – which takes place every year in the German city of Essen – and are excited about going back to share news about the project and the S2S4E Decision Support Tool.
“I am very much looking forward to showing energy industry players the new forecasting tool that we have developed specifically for them, and share news about the work that we are doing to make long-term forecasts for renewable power production more reliable and easier to use,” says Lledó.
The S2S4E Decision Support Tool has been specifically developed for the energy sector, and it shows the global climate outlook, with prognosis for precipitation, solar radiation, temperature, wind speed and power demand ranging from one week to three months ahead.
The DST is available in a beta version at www.s2s4e.eu/dst and will be free to use at least until the end of November 2020.
Don’t hesitate to come speak with us!
“We are looking forward to getting new contacts from within the energy industry and meeting traders from all over Europe. We hope lots of people will come to our stand to get more information about how the S2S4E project and our new forecasting tool can help them,” says Anglès.
“We will be happy to answer any question you may have about the S2S4E project and the Decision Support Tool, so don’t hesitate to come speak with us,” adds Hernàndez.
S2S4E (Sub-Seasonal to Seasonal Climate Forecasting for Energy) is a project funded by the EU’s research and innovation programme Horizon 2020. It is coordinated by the Barcelona Supercomputing Center and the 12 partners in the project come from seven different countries in Europe (Spain, France, Norway, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom and Sweden).