Recent developments in connectivity solutions, cloud computing and analytics have enabled the creation of new tools to operate power plants more efficiently and sustainably, allowing for significant OPEX and emissions reduction without compromising the plant’s reliability and availability. Sumitomo SHI FW (SFW) is at the forefront of developing advanced analytics for CFB and BFB operation through customer co-development partnerships providing valuable insights to its clients on asset and fleet optimization and reduction of fossil fuel consumption.
The new analytics solution and its user interface uses process data collected from the DCS combined with boiler models to maximize the boiler output without impacting the availability. Essentially, the service provides operators and traders with real-time information on the maximum production output that can be achieved with the current fuel mix. With real-time information at their fingertips, operations staff can make informed decisions about how to safely increase the energy output of the boiler. This allows not only an increase in production but also a reduction in the consumption of more expensive, fossil-based fuels. In the long-term, the service enables harmonization of the operation between shifts and more accurate information when planning energy trading and asset utilization. The service has the potential to provide substantial benefits for operators with both biomass and fossil-fuel-based generation assets, especially in combined heat and power (CHP) plants.
The webinar discusses the analytics services as well as the customer-collaboration approach to create value to our clients – a truly collaborative effort that brings together experts from both sides to achieve a common goal.
Specific topics discussed will include:
- Service-creation process
- Value proposition and use cases
- Customer results
- Service details and requirements
- Advanced analytics development roadmap
Attendees can ask questions during the Q&A session of the webinar.
Register today to secure your spot in this free webinar!
Who Should Attend:
- Plant O&M staff
- Corporate planning and engineering staff
- Plant Managers
- Asset Managers & CIOs
- EPC and A&E companies
- O&M Companies
Sakari Aulanko | Program Manager, Innovation and IoT | Sumitomo SHI FW
Sakari Aulanko has a solid background in the development of digital solutions within the energy sector. He has been working with service and connectivity solutions for buildings, offices, server rooms, and for energy production. Sakari has over 12 experience using a lean/agile and customer-centric approach to drive process automation with a strong understanding of business potentials and operations regarding digitalization, IoT, RPA, data analytics, and software solutions.
Ilkka Koskinen | Director, LTSA agreements, Service | Sumitomo SHI FW
Ilkka Koskinen has 20 years of experience in the power business. He has worked in various O&M roles at three different power plants in Finland and Germany during his early career. Ilkka has been working with boiler plant service activities since 2004. His specialties are operation support services, boiler condition monitoring, long term maintenance planning, boiler maintenance, service projects, and long-term service agreements.
Jari Sundqvist | Product Owner, Digital Services | Sumitomo SHI FW
Jari Sundqvist (M.Sc, MBA) is a product management and service business professional with over 20 years management experience with industry leading software solutions and business critical digital services. Within his current Product Owner position he is leading the Digital Services development roadmap to deliver true customer value to the energy sector.