Sublime forecasting as foundation

forecasting energy

TIBO’s EMS offers sublime forecasting. Energy forecasting is used in battery storage to predict how much energy will be needed at a given time. This information is used to make strategic decisions about when to charge or discharge the battery, and how much energy to store or release.
If a forecast predicts that there will be a high demand for energy at a certain time, the battery storage system can be used to release stored energy to meet that demand. On the other hand, if a forecast predicts that there will be excess energy on the network, the battery storage system can be used to store that energy for use at a later time. This helps to smooth out fluctuations in energy demand and supply, and contributes to reduce energy costs.

Weather forecasting to predict energy need in buildings

TIBO uses weather forecasting to predict energy loss in buildings. If a forecast predicts that the weather will be windy, this will cause a building to loose more energy. Compared with other buildings, high energy consumption can indicate that there may be drafts or leaks in the building that could cause heat to escape.
This information can be used to identify and fix any potential sources of energy loss, such as gaps around windows and doors, or cracks in the walls or roof. By fixing these issues, a building can reduce its energy loss and improve its overall energy efficiency. Additionally, forecasting can be used to predict changes in the weather that may affect the energy efficiency of a building, such as a sudden drop in temperature or an increase in humidity. This information can be used to make adjustments to the building’s heating and cooling systems in order to maintain a comfortable indoor environment while minimizing energy use.

energy need forecast