Wind Power Forecasting 2015
1-2 October 2015, Leuven, Belgium
Proceedings: all participants have been given the link to the page from which they can download all presentations. In the near future the proceedings will also be available to all EWEA members via the EWEA Members’ Area. For non-EWEA members who did not attend, proceedings can be ordered on this page.
The second edition of EWEA Technical Workshop on Wind Power Forecasting took place in Leuven, Belgium on 1-2 October 2015 at the Leuven Institute for Ireland in Europe.
With support schemes for renewables becoming increasingly linked to market dynamics, determining the average power output of a wind farm is not only essential at the outset of a project, but also on a day-to-day basis to determine more precisely trading positions in short-term power markets, as well as to meet increasing balancing responsibilities. This workshop addressed both, the long and short term dimensions of wind power forecasting, which will be crucial for the commercial success for wind power plant developers, owners, aggregators and all financial stakeholders involved, as well as system operators and forecast providers.
The workshop covered the following topics:
- Users’ perspective and experience
- Numerical weather prediction models
- Wind power forecasting models and operational systems
- Special Applications
- Grid Integration
- Concluded by an interactive session crowdsourcing the future
Lars Landberg, Director, Strategic Research & Innovation, Renewables, DNV GL
Thomas Haiden, Team Leader, Verification and Observation Monitoring, European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts
George Kariniotakis, Prof., Centre for Processes,Renewable Energies and Energy Systems (PERSEE), MINES ParisTech
Gregor Giebel, Senior Scientist, DTU Wind Energy, Denmark
Hannele Holttinen, Principal Scientist, Technical Research Centre of Finland – VTT, Finland
See the participants list updated on 29 September. The full list will be available after the workshop.