In the event of an outage or malfunction, they can intervene immediately from Lausanne, for example, to stop a machine group at a power plant in Valais. At the same time, Antoine and his colleagues are developing IT tools to optimise electricity production. One example of this is the production forecasts for run-of-river power plants depending on prices, or the optimisation of programs in order to minimise the start/stop processes of machines.
The role of the dispatcher requires extensive knowledge of the specific IT tools for energy production and sales, a high degree of flexibility and agility in order to be able to react to any sudden disruptions in hydropower plants.
Discover Antoine's inspiring career path and his passion for Alpiq.
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