Multi-Year Modeling Capability in HOMER Pro and HOMER Grid Webinar Recording

The HOMER modeling approach requires only a single year of data for all time-series variables. HOMER Pro allows users to input multi-year data in order to model the impacts of explicit changes. Multi-year modeling is now also available in the HOMER Grid core product. Watch the full educational webinar here.

Upcoming Educational Webinar: How to Get the Most Out of Your HOMER Results

Join HOMER Energy Product Manager, Steffi Klawiter, and Associate Product Manager, Aarabi Madhavan for a free educational webinar on May 23rd, 2019 at 8:00 AM MDT to walk you through understanding and finding the most valuable HOMER results for a distributed generation renewable energy system.

Microgrid Knowledge 2019 Conference, May 14-16, San Diego, CA

HOMER Energy will be at the Microgrid Knowledge 2019 Conference in San Diego. Join us for an update on how distributed energy is reshaping our energy landscape. What: Microgrid KnowledgeWhen: May 14-16, 2019Where: Intercontinental Hotel, San DiegoDetails: Meet our VP of Business Development, Andy Kruse, and learn how you can lower your financial risk and improve your engineering outcomes by modeling your distributed energy projects with HOMER software.If you want to set up […]

Multi-year Features of HOMER Grid Software Can Help Solar+Storage Developers Predict Financial Impacts of Utility Tariff Increases

Experts and new users of the HOMER Grid software are driving enhancements that will enable more powerful and accurate modeling of grid-tied distributed energy systems. Released today, the new version of HOMER Grid for optimizing behind-the-meter distributed generation features a new Multiyear Analysis function that calculates impacts of future changes like utility price increases and load growth:

Locating Pittsburgh Microgrids for Climate Resilience and Calculating their Value

A University of Pittsburgh economist who specializes in analyzing the financial risk of climate impacts is working on calculating the value of microgrids to help provide greater resilience in cities. She’s using spacial techniques to determine where microgrids should be located to provide maximum service, and she’s using HOMER Pro calculate a cost-benefit analysis:

HOMER Grid: Modeling future changes in microgrids

Growth in microgrid markets worldwide is leading energy developers to ask how they might adapt distributed renewable energy projects to the future. Now both HOMER Pro and HOMER Grid have multi-year modules, which can model the cost of utility rate escalations, load growth – and the degradation of PV and batteries over time.

IRENA Press Release: Innovation paves way for next stage of global energy transformation

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) says that meeting Paris Agreement goals will require an 85% share of renewable energy in electricity generation by 2050. That requires integration of variable renewable resources. A new guide to energy innovation is intended to help governments meet those goals: