When: Tuesday 25th June, 16:15 – 18:00
Please choose from one of the following:
- Climate risk, adaptation and resilience for electric utilities
- Energy and Meteorology Education
- IEA PVPS Task 16: Best practices for quality control procedures and gap filling methods
- Research roadmap for wind conditions and climatic effects
Workshop Title: Climate risk, adaptation and resilience for electric utilities
Where: DTU Lyngby Meeting Centre, Building 101, Conference Room M1
This workshop will feature ClimBiz’s whitepaper: “Climate Foresight and Resilience for Electric Networks”, which poses interesting ideas about multi-criteria decisions. It will also feature work on the prediction of severe weather events and detecting changing frequencies in long-term climate simulations, as well as a demonstration of the US Dept of Energy’s Energy Exascale Earth System Model (E3SM) initiative.
Workshop Title: IEA PVPS Task 16: Best practices for quality control procedures and gap filling methods
Where: DTU Lyngby Meeting Centre, Building 101, Room S9
Quality control and gap filling methods are essential for resource assessments. Many methods are used today. This workshop tries to identify best practice methods. Currently no standard method exists for gap filling and also quality control is done with different methods. This workshop is part of IEA PVPS Task 16. The findings of this workshop are used to describe the used methods and to define the best practices. The results will be published in the final report of the Task 16.
Workshop Title: Research roadmap for wind conditions and climatic effects
Where: DTU Lyngby Meeting Centre, Building 101, Room S1
In this workshop, important milestone for medium and long term goals for wind energy meteorology will be presented and discussed. Ideally the participants will be a mixture of energy sector and meteorologists, who together can present challenges and potential approaches to solve them. The workshop will be supported by content developed by EERA JP Windin the first part of 2019, in collaboration with IEA. The object is to further develop the research roadmap during the session, as well as disseminate it to the ICEM participants.