Are you losing opportunities to deliver more wind energy to the grid?
Our proven approach to energy forecasting can help you schedule more energy. Watch our webinar to learn:
Probabilistic forecasting basics
How probabilistic forecasting can help you schedule more energy
How to minimize your downside risk exposure
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Webinar Energy Forecasting to Maximize Use of Renewables Are you losing opportunities to deliver more wind energy to the grid?
By focusing too much on the risk of getting caught short in the real-time electricity market, you could be missing the chance to schedule more energy into the day-ahead market.
This webinar uses simple language to explain the concept of probabilistic energy forecasting and then discusses in detail how it can be valuable in scheduling energy to maximize the use of renewables. Included is a discussion of who benefits most from the probabilistic approach to energy forecasting.
Also of interest . . . Producing More Power at Existing Wind Projects: Advanced Technology for Operational Optimization By Barry Logue, A few recent tools that help with the continuous operational optimization of a wind farm include remote sensing and advanced mesoscale computer models. Barry Logue discusses these in detail.
Slideshare Energy Forecasting to Maximize Use of Renewables View the slides from the on-demand webinar.
Also of interest . . . Inside the DOE's Wind Forecasting Effort By Francesca Davidson, reprinted from North American Windpower (April 2015). An inside look at a U.S. Department of Energy project aimed at improving wind forecasting in complex terrain.
With: JEFF LERNER, PhD MANAGER OF FORECASTING OPERATIONS VAISALA INC.
Also of interest . . . Remote Sensing as a Reference Met Station: Triton Ops When a met tower does not already exist, wind energy forecasting requirements can be met quickly and cost-effectively by using a Triton Wind Profiler. Learn more by downloading the Triton Ops brochure.