The world has been aware of the debate on climate change for decades. "Global climate disruption is the biggest threat to our future," AI Gore, former U.S. vice president in 1997, as he presents a speech on global warming and climate change. The focus of the international community on global warming has steadily risen along with the growing consensus among scientists and increasing coverage in the media. "Right now, we are facing a human-made disaster on a global scale. Our greatest threat in thousands of years. Climate change. If we don't take action, the collapse of our civilizations and the extinction of much of the natural world is on the horizon," Sir David Attenborough, broadcaster, and natural historian, speech at the 2018 UN Climate Change Conference, Katowice, Poland. This increased awareness and attention from society have led to many declaring that we are not in a 'climate emergency.'
The renewable energy cannot be tapped fully without storage and without a huge and massive breakthrough in our ability to link it with transmission and distribution and make massive improvements. Energsoft is focused on dramatically increasing ambition to tackle the climate crisis by a transition to 100% renewable with software and artificial intelligence for battery and energy storage. If we will keep pushing there is no reason why we cannot solve this problem.
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In 2020 the world will generate 50 times the amount of data as in 2011 and 75 times the number of information sources (IDC, 2011). Within these data are huge opportunities for human advancement. But to turn opportunities into reality, people need the power of data at their fingertips.
Recent estimates indicate that we need 10 times the level of environmental funding to fund projects that help stabilize ecosystems, giving ourselves the best chance of survival as the world gets hotter and climate impacts become more severe. We believe that software and analytics can improve research and development for batteries. Battery management systems can make batteries smarter and more intelligent. The only problem is to do incremental changes and to track our progress with data and smart tools. EnergSoft helps people see and understand data.
Energsoft products are transforming the way people use data to solve problems. We make analyzing data fast and easy, beautiful and useful. The undertaking of Energsoft Inc. is to empower transportation, energy storage, and consumer electronics market sectors with an exceptional, prevailing, and easy-to-use analytics software that enables businesses which are emerging, manufacturing, or functioning batteries and battery-powered systems to reliably deliver products in their looked-for market window with industry-leading performance and trustworthiness. The Energsoft corporation has cloud intelligent software response that is installed and in use at transportation OEMs, global consumer electronics corporations in S&P 500, and energy storage inventors and operators.
Software as a service analytics platform that ensures performance, predictability and reliability for every battery-powered systems. We built a software that can collect current and voltage data, visualizations for it and statistical inference. When we have enough data to tackle it with deep learning we can change the world. It’s not enough to be on a mission that matters. You must have the ideas and technologies to match. We believe helping people to see and understand renewable energy data is one of the most important missions of the 21st century.
Making electricity is responsible for only 25% of all greenhouse gas emissions each year. So even if we could generate all the electricity we need without emitting a single molecule of greenhouse gases (which we’re a long way from doing), we would cut total emissions by just a quarter. They’re not wrong. Renewables are getting cheaper and many countries are committing to rely more on them and less on fossil fuels for their electricity needs.
How do we know that the global surface temperature rose between 0.6 and 0.9 degrees between 1906 and 2005? How do we know the rate of temperature increase has nearly doubled in the last 50 years?
The main types of questions that arise from examining time series can vary. They depend on the environmental context, but also on the data that have been gathered.
Where we describe the main features of the time series, such as is the series increasing or decreasing, or are there any seasonal patterns? (e.g. higher temperatures in summer and lower in winter). Where we predict future values of the time series from the current values, and also quantify the uncertainty in these predictions. where we detect when changes in the behavior of the time series have occurred, such as sudden drops in precipitation, or in pollution levels.
Start off by looking at data collected at Manua Loa; one of the five volcanoes that form the island of Hawaii. The observatory near the summit of the Mauna Loa volcano has been recording the amount of carbon dioxide in the air since 1958. This is one of the longest continuous recordings of direct measurements of CO2 and shows an increasing trend from year to year.
The basic formula to figure out time series predictions:
Time series (Xt) = Trend (mt) + Sesonal component (st) + Unexplained error (ϵt)
Every year, the world uses 35 billion barrels of oil. This massive scale of fossil fuel dependence pollutes the earth, and it won’t last forever. On the other hand, we have abundant sun, water and wind, which are all renewable energy sources. So why don’t we exchange our fossil fuel dependence for an existence based only on renewables? Federico Rosei and Renzo Rosei describe the challenges.
If the world is to avoid dangerous warming, the policy must develop tot tackle at least three fronts simultaneously: more efficiency, more renewables, and industrial-scale CCS. We are closing the gap. The power sector is intrinsically linked to governmental policies. Societal and political thinking and responses to climate change will consequently have a significant impact on how the power sector develops. Within the next five years, we will know whether national governments have successfully acted in global interests, or focused too much on protecting national interests. We may see populist movements force governments to move faster on global issues than they currently intend. We will be closely monitoring climate change development, policies, regulation, opinions nad consequences for energy industries, including power generation, and use over the next five years and beyond.
Batteries are a triumph of science—they allow smartphones and other technologies to exist without anchoring us to an infernal tangle of power cables. Yet even the best batteries will diminish daily, slowly losing capacity until they finally die. Why does this happen, and how do our batteries even store so much charge in the first place? Adam Jacobson gives the basics on batteries.
1. Decrease battery test cycle times by identifying test issues as soon as they occur.
2. Increase battery reliability and safety by identifying manufacturing issues with real-time.
3. Meet all design specifications with less burden by streamlining internal and external reporting.
4. Secured and highly efficient battery management systems by improving validation at the cell level.
5. Perform device linking to maximize system performance by monitoring the health of battery assets in real time.
6. Determine battery degradation rates, in-use trends and performance to warranty.
7. Accelerate testing of new materials, chemistries and manufacturing processes.
8. Analyze data from different cycling and impedance machines from multiple locations.
9. Perform pre-production tuning and/or commissioning.
10. Reduce need to overbuild energy storage.
We do believe, however, that a combination of measures can get us there. One such combination for the decade ahead includes ten-fold growth of solar power increasing to 5 terawatts (TW) and a five-fold increase in wind power to 3TW. Fifty million electrical vehicles (EV's) per year will be needed, requiring a 50-fold rise in batteries and large scale charging infrastructure. We also see the need for: annual investment in the region of $1.5 TRN for the expansion and reinforcement of power grids including ultra-high voltage transmission networks; annual improvements in global energy intensity ( the energy use per unit of output) by 3.5%; increased application of CCS; and low-and zero-carbon hydrogen to heat buildings and industry, fuel transport and capture value from surplus renewables.
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