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Wind Power Output Forecasting Wind Power Output Forecasting

Wind forecasts become essential for effective grid management with “high” wind penetrations (>5%). Wind fluctuations increase requirements for spinning reserves and raise electricity system production costs. Large ramp events can affect electricity system reliability.

State-of-the-art forecasts have high economic value compared to their cost. Wind conditions are site-specific and time/height variable. Accuracy is crucial.

Wind resource assessment programs must be designed to maximize accuracy.

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Author: Arvinder Singh (Fellow) | Visits: 2093 | Page Views: 2122
Domain:  Green Tech Category: Wind/Water/Geo Subcategory: Wind Power 
Upload Date: 5th-May-2010  

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