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optimizing natural gas supply to boston

check out our post on optimizing natural gas supply to Boston

optimizing NG supply to Boston

Added by Parag Patil on December 10, 2013 at 8:12am — No Comments

New England Natural Gas Supply Dynamics

We are in Fall and Winter is staring down at us. the weather is getting colder at a very fast clip. we have started heating our homes. 

check out the Natural gas flow dynamics to the New England region during the month of October 2013. 

We have used Algonquin pipeline flow data for providing insights.

please check out the link 

Natural Gas…


Added by Parag Patil on November 11, 2013 at 12:01pm — No Comments

Analysis of the demand response market... check it out


check out the analysis of the demand response market transactions at PJM. this pertains mostly to the North-East of US , but is a big eye-opener. i am still working on it and will be updating it , but is really neat.

demand response .. an analysis

let me know your thoughts..

Added by Parag Patil on July 22, 2013 at 3:23pm — No Comments

comparing Generation Fuel mix used in winter v/s summer

check out how the generation fuel mix profile changes from winter months to summer months. 

nicely analysed and visualized at 

Generation Fuel Mix

Added by Parag Patil on July 11, 2013 at 6:33pm — No Comments

wind energy generator bidding profile

using analytics and a lot of elbow grease .. came up with this.

check out the bidding profile of wind energy generators , bidding power into PJM during the month of Jan 2013..

need your feedback and comments to improve..

wind energy generators

Added by Parag Patil on July 1, 2013 at 2:38pm — No Comments

from multiple hourly wind energy forecasts to firm hourly DA forecasts.. using optimization analytics


the next day wind speed is forecasted using different weather parameters. the forecasted wind speed is converted into electricity supply forecasts using wind turbine power curves. all forecasts have errors. hence most of the wind energy generators supply their electricity directly into the real time markets.

this causes them to leave a lot of upside on the table.

this is cause electricity cannot be stored. all that is produced is either consumed or grounded.shortfall…


Added by Parag Patil on June 6, 2013 at 5:52pm — No Comments

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