FlexGen’s DigitalTwin feasibility reports answer the question: “Does storage work for my project?”

Energy Storage News

Energy storage system designer and integrator FlexGen has launched a new service that figures out the feasibility of pre-development projects using the company’s DigitalTwin technology.

Aimed at developers, independent power producers (IPPs) and asset owners that are looking to develop standalone battery storage or add batteries to other generation, FlexGen’s project feasibility reports (PFRs) take a virtual model of the planned installation and allow users to determine everything from revenue opportunities and lifecycle costs to grid impact for interconnection.

The company has based its solution on the FlexGen Digital Twin technology it uses for its own systems modelling and is something the company has been doing for a while, but has only recently productised it to create “investment-grade reports”, FlexGen chief financial officer (CFO) Yann Brandt told Energy-Storage.news in an interview.