Integrating assets and optimizing operation
Solutions for on-grid and off-grid applications
Centralized, Flexible, Scaleable.
Datamanagement, acquisition, storage, analytics and visualization of data
Historical and live data can be accessed through multiple services for analytics or visualizations like single line diagrams, asset dashboards, configurable trending or alarm management
To ensure power availability and stability the mtu EnergetIQ Manager controls the connected assets and preforms monitoring and protections functions to secure your complete installation.
No matter if you want to achieve minimum emissions or costs highest efficiency of your energy system is required. With internal load prediction based on AI, external weather forecasts and energy prize information the mtu EnergetIQ Manager ensures the best mix of energy by the help of model predictive controls.
The mtu EnergetIQ Asset Controller brings maximum asset performance by individual and mtu specific control philosophies (deep integration) , consistent UI/UX throughout the entire portfolio, highest serviceability by integration into mtu service toolchains and processes, analytic functions and connectivity to mtu cloud services.
Fuel cells can provide clean electrical power from H2 to provide peak shaving or backup power.
Electrolyzers convert electrical energy in H2. H2 can be stored for later use in the same microgrid, but also as an energy carrier for mobile application. Electrolyzers are an important step into sector coupling.
Battery systems are the perfect solution for grid services or to stabilize your microgrid in case of fast and big load steps.
Renewables are the primary energy source for the future. The feed green energy into your microgrid. Unfortunately these energies are not always available when needed.
In backup power applications gensets are the backbone of your microgrid when it comes to the need of high availability of electrical power for critical infrastructure. In prime power applications gensets can provide long time or even continuous power. Used in combination with CO2 neutral fuel and state of the art aftertreatment systems gensets are also environment friendly assets. Especially when also thermal energy (e.g. for sector coupling) is used in CHP units outstanding efficiency can be achieved.
Dynamic Uninterrupted Power Supplies combine the fastest responses to anomalies in the power supply by the use of rotating mass with the backup power capabilities of a genset within one asset. DUPS can be used to continuously shape the power supply for critical loads to achieve highest power quality and in parallel ensure highest availability in case of grid failures.
Integration of fuel storage systems is elementary to ensure required availability in backup power applications but also if fuel is generated in the microgrid and is used for mobile applications. Even integration of fleet management systems for a potentially connected gas station can be taken into account for optimized fuel generation.
Like the EnergetIQ Manager is the brain of your microgrid, the switchgear is the electrical backbone. Tied integration of the switchgear components into the EnergetIQ control system is essential to provide different sequences of your microgrid.
Key features and benefits
The latest version of mtu EnergetIQ Manager combines secutity, intuitive use and customizability for reliable operation of your systems. From data, asset and user management to full control and monitoring of your system on one screen, you need look no further for a scalable solution to meet your needs.
mtu EnergetIQ, the Energy Management System (EMS) from Rolls-Royce Power Systems, uses artificial intelligence to control what is described as a microgrid. This predicts the user’s load profile. Based on past data, it can accurately predict when how much power will be needed. And from that, the system then calculates exacly which energy source to use at what time to optimally meet the energy demand. „Based on neutral networks, our system is self-learning. It learns about our customers’ energy consumption and uses it to drive future demand,“ explains Jan Henker, Senior Expert Automation and Conrols at Rolls-Royce and responsible for EnergetIQ.