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.
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As of 1200 on August 21, the Thomas wildfire is generating congestion in the SOCAL area with a few thousand outages exacerbated by re-routing around the fire. Significant infrastructure has not yet been significantly degraded. Wildfire impact layer available with Verde memberships at www.almeriaanalytics.com
As of 1200 on August 21, power outages are limited to the Los Angeles areas. The Los Angeles outages appear to be related to equipment upgrades and do not reflect direct grid damage from wildfires such as the Thomas fire, however, transmission congestion is exacerbated at transmission nodes near Ventura. The Thomas fire has expanded […]
As of 1200 on August 21, two typhoons are threatening southern Japan and the Korean Peninsula. Typhoon Soulik is forecast to hit Japan’s Rykyu Islands before curving north-northwestward to make landfall in South Korea on August tomorrow or Thursday. The storm is forecast to landfall maximum sustained winds of 115 miles per hour. It is […]
As of 1200 on August 20, two typhoons are threatening the southern Japan and Southern Korean Peninsula. Typhoon Soulik is forecast to hit Japan’s Rykyu Islands before curving north-northwestward to make landfall in South Korea on August 22 or 23. The storm is the equivalent of a Category 3 hurricane with maximum sustained winds estimated […]
As of 1200 on August 20, the western wildfires (left, red dots) are highly correlated with high drought areas (center map) and current weather in southern California (right map) has not brought significant relief beyond relative humidifies extending to as high as 80%. Significant infrastructure has not yet been significantly degraded. Wildfire impact layer available […]
As of 1200 on August 20, Power outages are limited to the Houston and Los Angeles areas. The Los Angeles outages appear to be related to equipment upgrades and do not reflect grid damage from wildfires such as the Thomas fire which has expanded to 281,000 acres and is sourcing smoke and haze as far […]
As of 1200 on August 20, multiple earthquakes shook the Indonesian islands of Lombok and Sumbawa as the region recovered from a temblor earlier this month. A shallow magnitude 6.9 quake at 10 p.m. local time was one of several earthquakes Sunday in the northeast of Lombok that also caused landslides. The nighttime quake was […]
As of 1200 on July 16, two key areas are experiencing moderate flooding. The Mississippi River north of key power transmission nodes around St Louis have reached action stage but are not likely to extend much further south. The remnants of Tropical storm Beryl will bring flooding for southeastern Newfoundland as sub-tropical storm Beryl tracks […]