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The international Gilboa Iris project has deployed FSIGHT’s Energy AI platform at Kibbutz Maale Gilboa’s facilities in northern Israel, allowing FSIGHT to optimize and manage energy consumption, production, storage and P2P trading within the Kibbutz community.
The Gilboa Iris consortium includes a list of major players from the energy industry. Companies like Verbund, Andritz, Dalia and others have already joined the project to learn more about smart and sustainable strategies to manage their assets, now and in the future. “By optimizing the grid bottom-up, we are driving efficiency across the grid, reducing costs and enabling a sustainable community,” says Yuval Farkash, Head of Product at FSIGHT, who is in charge of integrating Uniper’s requirements into the pilot.
Uniper, headquartered in Germany, manages assets for Europe’s leading companies in energy generation and gas networks, producing more than 36GW in over 40 countries. Uniper’s expertise is the result of over a century of real-world experience in power generation, complemented by a passion for innovation and continual efficiency improvement.
One of the sustainable energy technologies that Uniper employs is “green hydrogen”. This is the process of using renewable energy (such as wind power) to derive hydrogen gas from water. An electrolysis process separates the water into gaseous hydrogen and oxygen, converting electrical energy into chemical energy. The hydrogen can then be stored and transported, used directly as fuel, injected into a natural gas supply network, or converted back to electricity in a fuel cell.
Uniper conducts systematic knowledge management so that they can share best practices among their existing plants and draw on this storehouse of knowledge when they build new ones. Joining the Gilboa Iris project will allow Uniper to complement their research on current best practices with analysis of future technical and business scenarios, while focusing on sustainable energy sources.
Uniper is joining FSIGHT’s Gilboa Iris consortium of international leading companies to explore how AI technologies can help optimize Distributed Energy Resources. Another goal is to examine the role which utility companies will play in the era of distributed grids and P2P markets, and the related changes that are already beginning to take place in the energy market around the world.
“We feel a strong synergy with Uniper,” says Emek Sadot, FSIGHT’s CEO. “In Uniper’s leadership we saw the kind of passion and deep understanding of the energy market that mirrors our own. We believe we can help Uniper, and other energy leaders, to achieve their goal of disrupting the energy market in order to create a new and sustainable microgrid, while incorporating renewable energy sources into their business models.”