Variable Generation Forecasting Applications to Power System Planning and Operations
Tom Hoff will provide the results of a CEC/CSI project in which new fleet forecasting methodologies and software technologies are being used to forecast the output of 130,000 PV systems in California. Fleet forecasting is important for load balancing in areas of high-penetration solar.
The UWIG workshop is designed to provide utility, wind and solar industry personnel a better understanding of the value of variable generation forecasting, explore the practical aspects of using forecasting models for scheduling and operating power systems, and gain insight into forecasting developments that are on the horizon.
Clean Power Research Speaking Schedule
Session: Variable Generation Forecasting R&D Advances, Part I
Presentation: CEC/CSI Project: Forecasting Output for 130,000 PV Systems in California
Speaker: Tom Hoff, Founder & President, Clean Power Research
Time: Wednesday, Feb. 27, 1:15 – 3:00 p.m.
UWIG Variable Generation Forecasting Applications to Power System Planning and Operations Workshop
February 26-27, 2013
Salt Lake City, Utah
Contact us to learn more about the workshop and to schedule a meeting.