How does your wind farm perform compared to others in your region or similar climates? Are you generating the most revenue possible? Are you considering building a new wind farm or entering a new market, and need revenue projections? Peaxy BlueSky Wind gives you the answers with advanced wind farm performance tracking tools and data services.
A Peaxy Value Score for each farm is generated by looking at real-time wind conditions for each location, applying wind turbine power curves to estimate power output, and combining this with other information including ISO region-specific electricity pricing information. The farm nameplate, turbine count and manufacturer(s) are also accessible at the farm-level view.
The Peaxy Value Score for each wind farm is based on revenue estimates for the last 30 days, using real-time wind and electricity pricing data for this period. These calculated estimates enable more accurate predictions for how much revenue can be expected, given the local climate and typical energy prices.
Organize multiple sites you are tracking into portfolios to identify, for example, the top wind farms in each state and across the U.S. This makes it easy to highlight the relative effectiveness of different wind turbine models operating in similar operating conditions.
Optionally, add your live SCADA data feed to Peaxy BlueSky Wind and a further set of features become available, such as benchmarking your turbine performance compared to others of the same model, training machine learning algorithms to detect anomalies and predict maintenance needs, receiving real-time alerts to monitor availability, and building degradation curves for individual turbines.
Peaxy BlueSky Wind is available in two different formats:
1. A software subscription with full access to web-based tools for analysis and reporting. Click the “Get in touch” button below to request a demo.
2. A data subscription as a monthly report containing a comprehensive, near-real-time digital footprint of over 1,500 wind farms in the United States. Click the “Get in touch” button to request a demo, or click here to subscribe.