Assessment Tools for Energy Analysis
There are various tools that are used for the purpose of energy assessment and evaluation. Our team of technical experts has specialized in a number of those tools. They have an experience that spans over decades working with these tools so they exactly know what they are doing. It also makes them highly competent in addressing various issues while working with an array of key performance indicators.
The best part is most of these tools and models are universally applicable on a variety of projects that can be characterized by regional, global, project-based or local levels. The NYE tools include a long list of models that are developed for the purpose of assisting energy professionals or consumers.
BITES stands for Building Industry Transportation Electricity Scenarios. This model deals with the changing trends in the supply and demand based on the economic sector and it can also influence the CO2 emissions.
Demand Side Grid Model (DSGRID) harness the energy modeling that spans over decades. This model develops a better understanding of the existing and future energy load for the assessment of various power systems.
HOMER model becomes handy in the evaluation of various system options for grid connected as well as off-grid power systems. This model is best for stand alone as well as distributed and remote applications for energy generation. As the name suggests this model is maintained under the license issues to Homer Energy.
New York Engineers are able to access RE Atlas, PVWatts, solar-powered prospector and various other Interactive Mapping Tools (IMTs) that can create dynamic maps for the resources of renewable energy.
Our team of technical energy experts can use the REFlex dispatch model for evaluations of renewable energy generation as a function. This function works for enabling technologies and system flexibility. The best example of this is the demand response.
ReEDS or Regional Energy Development System is preferred by our professionals as a model for linear programming best used for multiple time periods and regions along with their geographical information systems. This model is best for the electric sector and its expansion of capacity for the purpose of assessing different issues prevailing within the sector.
This modeling tool is suitable for optimizing the energy systems for various buildings, communities, campuses, and microgrids. It is one of the most effective tools for meetings the benchmarks set for cost savings and meeting various other performance goals for the energy systems.
Resource Planning Model (RPM) is the best modeling tool for capacity expansions. Our engineers use this model to develop information on regional electrical systems, their utility, and planning including the assessment for carbon mitigation within the eastern or western interconnections.
Tribal Energy Atlas or TEA is the modeling tool that is specifically designed for the tribes to conduct their own energy analysis for the installed energy applications and systems and find out the resource potential on their lands.
All these energy assessment tools and evaluations models are designed for the purpose of assessing the supply and demand of various systems and networks that are currently operating within a geographic location or within a business entity.