Having an accurate assessment of solar and wind resources, along with other meteorological and site conditions, is critical for developers who need to establish the feasibility of a renewable energy project and produce a bankable estimate of its lifetime generation potential.
Moata Met Wise is an environmental monitoring platform for solar, wind, and marine renewables. It allows integration of multiple sensors and other data sources from third parties or our own partners.
Integrating and analyzing multiple sources of meteorological data, along with instrumentation performance in real time, significantly improves the efficiency of resource measuring campaigns — leading to lower costs and increased confidence. Moata Met Wise is particularly valuable when baselining large, complex projects and projects at remote sites such as offshore wind farms.
- Real-time analysis of meteorological conditions from a range of sources, including site instrumentation and weather agencies.
- Automatic analysis of key variables impacting the feasibility of solar and wind projects.
- Monitoring and reporting of sensor status and performance to maximise coverage of resource measurement campaigns.
- Detailed comparison and visualisation of site instrumentation data with selected weather station, meteorological baseline and historical data.
- Vendor agnostic.
- Highly customisable, interactive web-based reporting and visualisation, including geospatial display of sites and data sources and user defined bounds on error and discrepancy checks.
- Detailed statistical analysis of key meteorological variables impacting the feasibility of solar and wind projects.
- Automated reporting and alarms for actionable insights on maintenance activities.
- Instant access to insight and analytics with integrated weather sensor data, regardless of supplier.
- Proactive maintenance and maximised efficiency of weather measuring campaigns.
- Increased confidence in site conditions and accuracy of meteorological variables for a bankable estimate of the project’s generation potential over its lifetime.