Wärtsilä Decarbonisation services helps customers identify and implement the solutions needed to decarbonise their power systems, taking into consideration their long-term planning and CO2 emission reduction targets.
Our holistic approach builds on our extensive capabilities in power system modelling and analysis, energy system optimisation, and flexible power generation technologies.
At Wärtsilä, we understand that decarbonising power generation is no simple task. Many questions arise regarding how to reduce emissions without jeopardizing the core business. That is why we sat down with Christoffer Ek, Director, Decarbonisation services and Ella Teperi, Manager, Market & Financial analysis to hear how Decarbonisation services can help.
Decarbonisation services is based on a long-term partnership with customers on the journey to a 100% renewable energy future.
As a partner, we help customers understand their current situation and plan a way forward with advanced modelling and dynamic simulations. All of Wärtsilä’s considerable solutions, experience and skills are brought to execute the decarbonisation roadmap. This allows our customers to make the most of reducing CO2 emissions, integrating renewables and future-proofing their assets without sacrificing their core business.
You know where you want to go, but you have to plan how to get there. Decarbonisation services uses advanced tools so companies can create and implement a decarbonisation roadmap for their energy systems, saving money and lowering emissions while maintaining reliability.
Implementation of the decarbonisation roadmap is carried out using the GEMS Digital Energy Platform » to achieve continuous optimisation of the microgrid and all its assets.
Our GEMS Digital Energy Platform together with energy storage solutions were the key players in helping the Fekola gold mine in Mali to reduce their dependency on expensive fuel, lower their carbon emissions and optimise their mining operations.
A hybrid storage solution integrates and optimises wind, solar, storage and thermal generation assets on the island of Graciosa.
Watch Ella Teperi, Manager, Market & Financial analysis explain on stage how we help our customers turn this challenge into an opportunity. The presentation was given on Energy Customer Day event on 2 June during the Wärtsilä Sustainable Technology Hub inauguration week.