Almeria Analytics is a company dedicated to providing a comprehensive look at the behavior of the U.S. electrical grid, in real-time, across multiple regions, substantially accelerating the recovery time associated with large area power outages. Our mission is to provide “health status” updates of the nation’s electrical framework to assist federal, state, and local agencies in response to major catastrophic events.
VERDE (Visualizing Energy Resources Dynamically on Earth) addresses the need for real-time status updates of the national electrical grid and critical energy sectors. VERDE takes advantage of over $3 million in research and development funded by the Department of Energy and the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency. Features include status updates of the U.S. electrical grid in real-time, energy framework integration, real-time weather and other data points, grid behavior modeling, and extreme contingency analysis.
Almeria Analytics Launches its VERDE app
in the GEOINT App Store
in the GEOINT App Store
VERDE has been developed as a viewing platform for operational support missions. It is currently used by the Department of Homeland Security and FEMA as well as numerous other agencies. VERDE is an excellent choice as a common operational tool for the military, federal agencies, and state and local governments. Learn More
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As of 1200 on June 18 Hurricane Carlotta is tracking along the Guerro State Coast very slowly bringing 50 km/hr winds and up to 4’’ of rain. Up to 50,000 homes have lost power due to flash flooding near the coast. Current tracks suggest a stalled system along the coast before Carlotta moves out to […]
As of 1200 on June 18,2018 a magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Central Japan near the city of Osaka. Approximately 30 million people live in the impact area and we forecast about one million households lost power. A key power transmission node in Osaka is a critical node in the flow of power into south west […]
The 416 Fire started at on June 1, 2018, 10 miles north of Durango, CO. As of 1200 on June 17, the entire fire area received an average amount of 0.25“ and fire activity has moderated. We are expecting additional precipitation in the form of which will assist containing the fire which is now about […]
As of 1200 on June 17, about 7,000 customers are without power in the southern Louisiana parishes surrounding New Orleans. Most are the result of downed distribution lines from Friday and Saturday’s tropical disturbance. Most customers are forecast to be restored before 1200 on Monday. Monitor at www.almeriaanalytics.com
As of 1200 on June 17 Hurricane Carlotta is tracking along the Guerro State Coast bringing 40 km/hr winds and up to 4’’ of rain. Up to 50,000 homes have lost power due to flash flooding near the coast. Current tracks suggest a few hours travel along the coast before Carlotta moves out to sea […]
As of 1200 on June 16, Tropical Storm Carlotta is approaching landfall near Acapulco with 1.5 million residents likely to be exposed to tropical storm strength winds. Power outage projections list 50,000 customers likely to lose power for about a day on average. Monitor at aaverde.com and www.almeriaanalytics.com.
As of 1200 on June 16, 2018, the tropical depression that formed south of Hong Kong has moved though Taiwan and Naha and shifted its track northward toward Honshu. Under this track, tropical storm strength winds will likely reach Sendai and other coastal areas. Monitor at www.almeriaanalytics.com.
As of 1200 on June 16, remnants of Hurricane Bud has moved into the Arizona- New Mexico area bringing light rain, lower temperatures and higher humidity into the fire zone. Winds have remained light and the steady rains have minimized any flooding concerns. Monitor at www.aaverde.com.