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Reducing uncertainty in operational assessment and wind power forecasting

Resource assessment (on- and offshore)

When: Wednesday, 29 November 2017, 14:15 - 15:30
Where: Emerald

Session description

This session will focus on the different ways of reducing the uncertainties in forecasting and operational assessment through the different project stages.

Learning objectives

  1. Delegates will learn how to optimise forecasting and operational assessment
  2. Delegates will be able to identify the major improvements in forecasting method
  3. Delegates will be able to determine how measurements can contribute to optimize forecasting and operational assessment

Session chairs

Gregor Giebel
Senior Scientist, DTU Wind Energy

Santi Pares
Business Development Director for Europe and Latin America, AWS Truepower, a UL Company


From real wind to actual power output

Samuel Davoust
Senior Research Engineer, GE Renewable Energy

Improving uncertainty estimates: inter-annual variability in Ireland

Tim Crutchley
Technical Manager, Lloyd's Register

Multi-scale wind speed forecasting based on numerical weather prediction and historical actual data

Jie Yan
Head of Department, North China Electric Power University

Forecasting ice accretion on rotor blades: validation against webcam and ice detectors

Paul Froidevaux
Climatologist / Data Analyst, Meteotest

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