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IEA Wind Task 36 on Wind Power Forecasting

Abstract : This poster gives an overview of the IEA Wind Task for Wind Power Forecasting. The Operating Agent is Gregor Giebel of DTU, Co-Operating Agent is Joel Cline of the US Department of Energy. Collaboration in the task is solicited from everyone interested in the forecasting business. We will collaborate with IEA Task 31 Wakebench, which developed the Windbench benchmarking platform, which this task will use for forecasting benchmarks. The task will run for three years, 2016-2018. Main deliverables are an up-to-date list of current projects and main project results, including datasets which can be used by researchers around the world to improve their own models, an IEA Recommended Practice on performance evaluation of probabilistic forecasts, a position paper regarding the use of probabilistic forecasts, and one or more benchmark studies implemented on the Windbench platform hosted at CENER. Additionally, spreading of relevant information in both the forecasters and the users community is paramount. The poster also shows the work done in the first 9 months of the Task, e.g. the collection of available datasets and the learnings from a public workshop on 9 June in Barcelona on Experiences with the Use of Forecasts and Gaps in Research. Participation is open for all institutions in member states of the IEA Annex on Wind Power, see ieawind.org for the up-to-date list.
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Gregor Giebel, Joël Cline, Helmut Frank, Will Shaw, Bri-Mathias Hodge, et al.. IEA Wind Task 36 on Wind Power Forecasting. Conference Wind Europe Summit 2016, Sep 2016, Hamburg, Germany. ⟨hal-01409099⟩

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