Workshops & Special Sessions

The 19th Wind Integration Workshop International Workshop on Large-Scale Integration of Wind Power into Power Systems was in the Corona year 2020 held online from the 11th -12th November. The IEA Wind Task 36 had a special session, introducing the task and providing an update and news of the projects within the task. The main contributions dealt with the validation of NWP model improvements, wind power forecasting data definitions and standards,  a summary and provision of evaluation examples from the recommended practices guidelines on forecast solutions election and a summary of the first experiment of the wind power forecasting experiment and games initiative. See publications in form of presentations and papers here (https://www.ieawindforecasting.dk/publications/workshops-og-special-sessions)

19th Wind Integration Workshop International Workshop on Large-Scale Integration of Wind Power into Power Systems

ONLINE Workshop, 11 - 12 November 2020

SESSION 6A: IEA WIND TASK 36 – RAISING THE BAR ON INFORMATION TRANSPARENCY AND RECOMMENDED PRACTICES FOR WIND POWER FORECASTING
11:15 – 13:00 | 12 November 2020 | Session Chair: Gregor Giebel (DTU Wind Energy, Denmark)


IEA Wind Task 36 Forecasting – An Overview
G. Giebel (DTU Wind Energy, Denmark), W. Shaw (PNNL, United States), H. Frank (Deutscher Wetterdienst DWD,
Germany), C. Draxl (NREL, United States), J. Zack (UL Services Group, United States), P. Pinson (DTU Elektro, Denmark), C. Möhrlen (WEPROG, Denmark), G. Kariniotakis (Mines ParisTech, France), R. J. Bessa (INESC TEC, Portugal) (Submission ID WIW20/128)
Paper / Presentation

Validation of Numerical Model Improvements through Public Data Sets and Code 
C.Draxl, J. Lee (National Renewable Energy Laboratory –NREL, United States), W.Shaw, L. Berg (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, United States)
Presentation

Practical Application Examples from the Recommended Practices for Forecast Solution Selection
J. Zack (UL Services Group, United States), C. Möhrlen (WEPROG, Denmark) (Submission?ID WIW20?108)
Paper
 / Presentation

Wind Power Forecasting Data Definitions and Exchange Standards– An Approach for a Recommended Practice Built upon International Standards and an Eye Towards the Future
J. Lerner, M. Westenholz (ENFOR, Denmark) Submission‐IDWIW20‐126)
Paper / Presentation

Insight on Human Decision-making from Probabilistic Forecast Games and Experience: an IEA Wind Task 36 initiative
C. Möhrlen (WEPROG, Denmark), N. Fleischhut (Max-Planck Institute for Human Development, Germany), R. J. Bessa (INESC TEC, Portugal) (Submission-ID WIW20-98)
Paper / Presentation

 

IEA Wind Task 36 Forecasting Special Session on the online ESIG Meteorology & Market Design for Grid Services Workshop, June 25, 2020

Please refer to the ESIG page on the workshop, where everything is online. You may need to scroll down to one of the last sessions.

IEA Wind Task 36 Forecasting Workshop at Strathclyde University of Glasgow, January 21, 2020

Gregor Giebel (DTU)

Introduction to the Workshop

Jethro Browell (Strathclyde)

Leveraging turbine-level data for improved forecast performance

John Zack (MESO inc)

IEA Wind Recommended Practice on Renewable Energy Forecast Solution Selection

David Lenaghan (National Grid ESO)

A Brief history of UK National Grids Forecasting Development

Tilman Koblitz (WindPoint)

Benefits of Probabilistic Forecasting in Power Trading

Corinna Möhrlen (WEPROG) and Nadine Fleischhut (MPI)

Probabilistic Forecast Game

Corinna Möhrlen (WEPROG)

OpenSpace Discussion and Forecasting Game Analysis

Will Shaw (PNNL)

Panel: Bridging the gap between forecast innovation and business as usual (see  YouTube channel at Minute: 6:30:45

Video at IEA Wind Forecasting YouTube channel

 

18th International Workshop on Large-Scale Integration of Wind Power into Power Systems as well as on Transmission Networks for Offshore Wind Power Plant, Dublin, Ireland, October 16.-18, 2019

G. Giebel, W. Shaw, H. Frank, C. Draxl, J. Zack, P. Pinson, C. Möhrlen, G. Kariniotakis, R. Bessa

IEA Wind Task 36: The New Phase for the Wind Power Forecasting Task

C. Möhrlen, U. Vestergaard (WEPROG), J. Ryan, K. Conway, S. Griffin (EIRGRID) 

Probabilistic forecasting tools for high-wind penetration areas: an Irish case study

Paper

Presentation

 

IEA Wind Task 36 OpenSpace Workshop

Overview Presentation including the workshop results

Presentation

IEA Wind Task 36 Session Topic 2: Meteorological Measurements and instrumentation standardization for integration into grid codes: what can we learn from the WMO?

Paper

IEA Wind Task 36 Session Topic 4: Recommended Practices on Forecast Solution Selection: which areas are not covered sufficiently?

Paper

 

 

ICEM 2019, DTU Campus, Lyngby, 26 June 2019

G. Giebel (2019)

IEA Wind Task 36 “Wind Energy Forecasting”, Open Space Workshop

Presentation-version

John Zack, Corinna Mohrlen, Jeff Lerner , Jethro Browell, Jakob Messner, Caroline Draxl
Recommended Practices Guidelines for Forecast Solution Selection 

Presentation

 

Wind Energy Science Conference, Lyngby, 26-29 June 2017

G. Giebel, J. Cline, H. Frank, W. Shaw, B-M. Hodge, P. Pinson, J. Messner, G. Kariniotakis, C. Draxl and C. Möhrlen (2017)

IEA Wind Task 36 Forecasting

Presentation-version

 

IEA Wind Task 36 OpenSpace Workshop

Overview Presentation including the workshop results

Presentation

 

The UVIG Forecasting Workshop 2017, Atlanta (US), 21-22 June 2017

J. W. Zack (2017)

Wind and solar forecasting trials experience: do's and don'ts, Part 2

Presentation-version

C. Collier (2017)

Why Do Forecast Trials Often Fail to Answer the Questions for which End-Users Need Answers: A Forecaster’s Point of View

Presentation-version

T. Maupin (2017)

Wind and Solar Forecasting Trials: Do’s and Don’ts, Part 1 Best practices

Presentation-version

 
C. Möhrlen (2017)

Use of Probabilistic Forecasting Tools in Energy Trading

Presentation-version

C. Möhrlen (2017)

Meteorological Data Collection: Results from Eirgrid's Met Mast and Alternatives Study

Presentation-version

C. Möhrlen (2017)

IEA Wind Task 36: Wind Energy Forecasting

Presentation-version

 
C. Möhrlen (2017)

UVIG Forecasting Tutorial: Applying Meteorology in Power System Planning and Operations

Presentation-version

C. Möhrlen, inputs from G. Nolan (2017)

Findings from the EIRGRID Met Mast and Alternatives Study, Session 1

Presentation-version

 
C. Möhrlen (2017)

Applications and Value of Uncertainty Forecasts

Presentation-version

 

AMS General Meeting 2017 in Seattle

Eighth Conference on Weather, Climate, Water and the New Energy Economy, part of the 97th American Meteorological Society General Meeting, Seattle (US), 23 - 26 January, 2017

We had a special session (part 1part 2) on the AMS General Meeting 2017 in Seattle, including an overview talk:

G. Giebel, J. Cline, H. Frank, W. Shaw, P. Pinson, B-M. Hodge, G. Kariniotakis, J. Madsen, and C. Möhrlen (2017)

IEA Wind Task 36 on Wind Power Forecasting and Future Research Issues

Presentation-version / Narration-version

 

15th Int. Workshop on Large-Scale Integration of Wind Power into Power Systems as well as on Transmission Networks for Offshore Wind Farms, Vienna (AT), 15 - 17 November, 2016. 

C. Möhrlen, R.J. Bessa, M. Barthod, G. Goretti and M. Siefert (2016)

Use of Forecast Uncertainties in the Power Sector: State of the Art of Business Practices

Paper-version / Presentation-version

 

TORQUE 2016: The Science of Making Torque from Wind Conference, München, 5-7 Oktober, 2016

G. Giebel, J. Cline, H. Frank, W. Shaw, P. Pinson, B-M. Hodge, G. Kariniotakis, J. Madsen, and C. Möhrlen (2016)

Wind power forecasting: IEA Wind Task 36 & future research issues

Journal of Physics: Conference Series 753 (2016) 032042, doi:10.1088/1742-6596/753/3/032042.
Paper-version / Presentation-version

 

IEA Wind Task 36 Workshop on State of the Art, Barcelona, 9 June 2016

Please see the complete workshop program here.

C. Möhrlen (2016)

Causes of wind power forecast uncertainty and how we can learn to deal with it

Presentation-version

C. Möhrlen (2016)

Preliminary results from the first interviews on the state-of-the-art use og uncertainties in the power industry

Presentation-version

C. Möhrlen, G. Giebel and G. Kariniotakis (2016)

Current use and gaps in forecasting - a discussion starter

Presentation-version

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