IEA Wind Task 36: Forecasting for Wind Energy

 

The Task is divided in three work packages: Firstly, a collaboration on the improvement of the scientific basis for the wind predictions themselves. This includes numerical weather prediction model physics, but also widely distributed information on accessible datasets. Secondly, we will be aiming at an international pre-standard (an IEA Recommended Practice) on benchmarking and comparing wind power forecasts, including probabilistic forecasts. This WP will also organise benchmarks, in cooperation with the IEA Task WakeBench. Thirdly, we will be engaging end users aiming at dissemination of the best practice in the usage of wind power predictions. 

The project began January 1 2016. The first part of the project will terminate at the end of 2018, but the second part will end in 2021.

Contact

Gregor Giebel
Senior Researcher
DTU Wind Energy
+45 46 77 50 95

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