A New Approach to Obtain Synthetic Wind Power Forecasts for Integration Studies
AbstractWhen performing wind integration studies, synthetic wind power forecasts are key elements. Historically, data from operational forecasting systems have been used sparsely, likely due to the high costs involved. Purely statistical methods for simulating wind power forecasts are more common,but have problems mimicking all relevant aspects of actual forecasts. Consequently, a new approach to obtain wind power forecasts for integration studies is proposed, relying on long time series of freely and globally available reforecasts. In order to produce synthetic forecasts with similar properties as operational ditto, some processing (noise addition and error reduction) is necessary. Validations with measurements from Belgium and Sweden show that the method is adequate; and distributions, correlations, autocorrelations and power spectral densities of forecast errors correspond well. Furthermore, abrupt changes when forecasts are updated and the existence of level and phase errors are reproduced. The inﬂuence from terrain complexity on error magnitude is promising, but more data is necessary for a proper validation. View Full-Text
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Olauson, J.; Bladh, J.; Lönnberg, J.; Bergkvist, M. A New Approach to Obtain Synthetic Wind Power Forecasts for Integration Studies. Energies 2016, 9, 800.
Olauson J, Bladh J, Lönnberg J, Bergkvist M. A New Approach to Obtain Synthetic Wind Power Forecasts for Integration Studies. Energies. 2016; 9(10):800.Chicago/Turabian Style
Olauson, Jon; Bladh, Johan; Lönnberg, Joakim; Bergkvist, Mikael. 2016. "A New Approach to Obtain Synthetic Wind Power Forecasts for Integration Studies." Energies 9, no. 10: 800.
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