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PO030: International Energy Agency Wind Task 43 Digitalization: Data Standards Gap Analysis
Marc-Alexander Lutz, Researcher, Fraunhofer Institut for Energy Economics and Energy System Technology (IEE)
To develop digitization capability and enhance the value of generation assets within the wind energy sector further actions need to be taken. This includes building on developments already in place as well as taking advantage of advances in other industries. This paper outlines the findings of the IEA Wind Task 43 sub-group who investigated the degree to which industry standards and guidelines support those activities and disciplines which contribute to higher asset value. The paper is a preliminary result of the ongoing work in this group. A framework for assessing the coverage of standards and guidelines is presented along with initial findings of a gap analysis highlighting potential areas for improvement. The group identi ed existing standards and categorized them by the data life cycle phases and the product life cycle phases. A number of speci c examples, or use cases, are presented which highlight the need for more e ffective development and deployment of standards or guidelines. In addition, a possible approach is proposed which could improve the FAIR characteristics of standards and guidelines i.e. Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable. Finally, suggestions and recommendations for further work are provided to ensure the availability of standards in support of wind industry digitalization.