Where?: DTU Risø Campus, Niels Bohr Auditorium, Bldg 112, Roskilde, Denmark
When:? June 12/13 2018
What?: to discuss on very short-term forecasting techniques, including statistical approaches, the use of remote sensing devices such as lidar or radar and also the use of turbine data information from surrounding wind parks.
Presentation? If you are willing to contribute to the program with a presentation, please state so in the registration process and contact Elliot Simon.Why? Due to the increasing penetration of renewable energy power systems into the grid, the demand for very short-term wind power forecasting increases, as grid operators need to ensure grid stability. This workshop will provide practitioners and end users of short term forecasting
How?: The workshop will be a combination of presentations from scientists, service providers and end users. In small work groups we will discuss about barriers/solutions for different forecasting techniques. The outcome of the workshop will be an exchange of experience in very short-term forecasting techniques and a list of barriers and possible solutions to the adoption of very short term forecasting (common paper).Who?: This workshop is oriented towards scientists that work on new NWP approaches or forecasting techniques using measurements; service providers that develop their own forecasting code and also end users of forecasts such as wind farm operators or grid operators.Pricing?: The participation to the workshop is free.Note: The joint IEA 36/32 workshop on very-short term wind forecasting will coincide with DTU’s annual PhD summer school on Remote Sensing in Wind Energy. More information can be found here.Access full program draft in pdf here
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