GRANULAR DEMAND

FROM THE SYSTEM-LEVEL TO THE FEEDER-LEVEL

Leverage data to improve forecasting accuracy across
multiple levels within your energy network.

Innowatts’ Short-Term Load Forecasting module applies machine learning to feeder-, substation-, and/or system-level data. The market-leading, EPRI-certified models generate the most accurate demand forecasts in the industry. 

The Innowatts platform has saved our company over $2 million in supply and operational costs.

Investor-Owned Utility

Subscription Packages

We offer a range of subscriptions for energy marketers, utilities, and network/grid operators that require forecasting across their entire network. Forecasts are available on an hourly or more granular basis.
Download our product sheet to learn more.

INNOWATTS LOAD FORECASTING KEY FEATURES

  • Single digit MAPE 
  • Automated and machine learning-enabled forecasting tool
  • Ability to forecast at multiple levels, including system-, substation-, and feeder-level
  • Highly accurate load forecasts
    Generate forecasts multiple times a day
  • Forecast up to 14-days ahead
  • Weather scenarios 
  • Compare forecasts to previous runs
  • Download and export data from a graphical interface
  • Forecast for 15-, 30- or 60-minute intervals
  • Configurable and easy to use graphical user interface

Leverage data to improve forecasting accuracy across your network

Our models are informed by insights from 45 million meters, which means we can do more with your data. Amplified via machine learning techniques, our insights empower smarter business processes and decisions. Our product modules can be added in the best way to suit your needs, quickly and easily.

EPRI: Innowatts Consistently Outperforms Other Leading Forecasting Platforms

In September 2020, an independent study performed by the Electrical Power Research Institute (EPRI) found the energy forecasting models provided by Innowatts consistently outperformed six other leading forecasting platforms.

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