Renewable Energy Forecasting: From Models to Applications

Abstract : Renewable Energy Forecasting: From Models to Applications provides an overview of the state-of-the-art of renewable energy forecasting technology and its applications. After an introduction to the principles of meteorology and renewable energy generation, groups of chapters address forecasting models, very short-term forecasting, forecasting of extremes, and longer term forecasting. The final part of the book focuses on important applications of forecasting for power system management and in energy markets. Due to shrinking fossil fuel reserves and concerns about climate change, renewable energy holds an increasing share of the energy mix. Solar, wind, wave, and hydro energy are dependent on highly variable weather conditions, so their increased penetration will lead to strong fluctuations in the power injected into the electricity grid, which needs to be managed. Reliable, high quality forecasts of renewable power generation are therefore essential for the smooth integration of large amounts of solar, wind, wave, and hydropower into the grid as well as for the profitability and effectiveness of such renewable energy projects.
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Elsevier - Woodhead Publishing, pp.386, 2017, Woodhead Publishing Series in Energy, 978-0-0810-0504-0 〈http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/book/9780081005040〉
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Georges Kariniotakis. Renewable Energy Forecasting: From Models to Applications . Elsevier - Woodhead Publishing, pp.386, 2017, Woodhead Publishing Series in Energy, 978-0-0810-0504-0 〈http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/book/9780081005040〉. 〈hal-01542722〉

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