Atmos Renewables Expands Fluence Contract To Optimise Australian Renewables Portfolio

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  • Fluence is a leader in Software-as-a-Service products for managing renewable energy and storage assets
  • This expanded contract will integrate Nispera’s advanced Loss Breakdown Analysis into a newly developed Executive Dashboard

Fluence Energy has expanded a contract with Atmos Renewables to optimise an 870 MW portfolio of wind and solar assets in Australia’s National Electricity Market (NEM).

Atmos Renewables plans to enhance operational efficiency by utilising Fluence Nispera™ asset performance management (APM) software with its existing Fluence Mosaic™ AI-powered bidding software for asset market trading.

This expanded contract will integrate Nispera’s advanced Loss Breakdown Analysis into a newly developed Executive Dashboard, alongside a novel grid curtailment loss metric. These additions will provide near real-time insights into the causes of energy production losses and the potential for performance enhancements.

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“We are honoured to strengthen the relationship with Atmos Renewables in deploying our ecosystem of advanced software solutions. We have worked closely with the Atmos team to optimise asset bidding into the NEM with Mosaic. We are now continuing that collaboration with Nispera,” said Fluence VP & Country Director, Australia, Andrew Kelley. “As a market leader with deep expertise in the NEM, our software products are built on the insights of traders and asset managers who know the challenges of scaling diverse portfolios of renewables and storage assets.”

 “We appreciate the guidance and expertise of Fluence’s team first in deploying Mosaic and now in helping us deploy Nispera for increased visibility into the optimisation potential of our assets,” said Atmos Renewables General Manager, Operations, Jason Porter. “Automated monitoring of grid curtailment in near real-time provides a more accurate view of asset performance potential, allows us to take swift, practical action, and saves our asset management team the time that was previously spent collecting and analysing this information manually.”

Fluence is a leader in Software-as-a-Service products for managing renewable energy and storage assets, with a combined portfolio of more than 22.3 GW of assets contracted or under management globally.

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