Train2Wind - Or How Large Is an Infinite Wind Farm?

Gregor Giebel, Tuhfe Göçmen, Jakob Mann, Anna Maria Sempreviva, Morten Hertzum, Haakon Lund, Joachim Reuder, Jens Bange, Andreas Platis, Fernando Porte-Agel, Oscar G. Santiago, Emily Hodgson, Abdul H. Syed, Abdalmenem Owda, Grischa Fraumann, Mauro Ghirardelli, S. Malekmohammadi, Matteo Bramati, Gabriela Miranda-Garcia, Mosaab SajidiVasileios Savvakis, G. Duan, Marwa Souaiby

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Wind and solar are no longer mere additions to the grid, in the future they are the grid. They are weather dependent, therefor the entire power and energy sytem needs to be handled according to the weather. The new IEA Wind Task 51 "Forecasting for the Weather Driven Energy System" takes a much broader approach for all sources, and some mitigation options, of the naturally occuring variability.

The work packages reflect the modelling chain: meteorology (WP1), power conversion (WP2) and use of the forecasts (WP3). However, many work streams exists across the stakeholders, and will work with many other IEA Wind Taske or IEA TCPs (Technology Collaboration Programmes).
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2022
Publication statusPublished - 2022
EventWind Europe Annual Event 2022 - Bilbao, Spain
Duration: 5 Apr 20227 Apr 2022


ConferenceWind Europe Annual Event 2022
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