Energy Real Time Optimizer (advisory mode, open loop)
Visual MESA Energy Real Time Optimizer (VM-ERTO) offers real-time solutions for modeling and optimizing energy systems, enabling sustained energy savings and emissions reduction over time.
Decision-makers must optimally design and operate their industrial energy assets to remain competitive in today's emerging energy landscape. The Visual MESA® Energy Management System supports energy management system activities using past, present, and future information to operate efficiently by simultaneously reducing carbon emissions and economic costs.
The Visual MESA Energy Management System is the world's first integrated monitoring, scheduling, and real-time optimization technology for managing energy systems. It provides insights for minimal emissions and cost-effective energy production, distribution, scheduling, and trading. Taking real-time actions in an open loop or closed loop system to deliver fast and accurate operational decisions, Visual MESA Energy Management System (VM-ERTO, VM-EM, VM-MPO, VM-ECLRTO), brings together first principle energy system digital twins, and multi-period optimization to proactively schedule, and operate at the lowest emissions and economic cost. Site-wide or area-wide under a Virtual Power Plant scope spanning several geographically distributed assets. All while maintaining your license to operate.
Visual MESA Energy Management System real-time models leverage significant data to facilitate progress on carbon emissions reduction and environmental regulations while improving profitability.
Digital Twin model to help optimize, in real-time, energy system cost and carbon emissions, including Scopes 1 and 2.
Visual MESA Energy Management System models are automatically adapted to changes in real-time, allowing for continuous optimization under the most diverse operational circumstances, including equipment or units shut down.
Visual MESA Energy Management System minimizes energy and carbon emissions using its unique multi-objective optimization technology. As a result, project paybacks are averaging 6-12 months while simultaneously reducing carbon emissions.
Whether planning, monitoring, or managing a single site or a set of interconnected facilities in real-time, operators face several challenges when managing energy use. Difficulties emerge when coordinating information, forecasts, scheduling, and reporting while adhering to constraints and regulations. Learn on this webinar how an energy management system can help control these activities while lowering costs and GHG emissions.