ICEM 2019 Presentation Download

We are currently in the process of obtaining permissions for uploading presentations from ICEM2019. They will appear here as those permissions have been granted. 

Plenary Sessions

  1. Seminar overview, scope and expected outcomes – Alberto Troccoli (WEMC)
    PRESENTATION
  2. Setting the scene: What utilities are looking for in meteorology – Charlie Smith (ESIG)
    PRESENTATION
  3. Climate Projections for the Energy Sector – Robert Vautard (LSCE)
    PRESENTATION
  4. Global Frameworks for Meteorology and Energy Engagement – Roberta Boscolo (WMO)
    PRESENTATION
  5. Bringing the Energy and Meteorology Community Together to Reach 100% Renewable Energy – David Renne (ISES)
    PRESENTATION

Track 1: Energy For Meteorologists

  1. What is the current state of play? – Laurent Dubus (EDF/WEMC)
    PRESENTATION
  2. How precipitation trends during Spring and Summer of 2018 impacted the power market up to one year ahead – Kim Bentzen (Danske Commodities)
    PRESENTATION
  3. Simulating and understanding complex meteorological impacts in the energy sector – David Brayshaw (University of Reading)
    PRESENTATION

Track 2: Meteorology for Energy

  1. General Circulation and Energy Transfer across Scales: What you need to know for harvesting energy – Sue Haupt (NCAR/WEMC)
    PRESENTATION
  2. The nature of predictability: climate forecasting for energy applications with a focus on the subseasonal-to-seasonal – David Brayshaw (University of Reading)
    PRESENTATION
  3. Improvements on meteorological modelling approaches relevant for the wind sector: featuring the Global Wind Atlas and European Wind Atlas – Jake Badger (DTU Wind Energy)
    PRESENTATION
  • Gary Geernaert (US Department of Energy)Weather and climate as components of energy planning, risk analysis and decision-making (Tuesday 25th June)
    OVERVIEW – VIDEO
  • Henrik Stiesdal (Wind Pioneer)Have you talked to your meteorologist today? (Tuesday 25th June)
    OVERVIEW – PRESENTATION*
  • Chad Frischmann (Project Drawdown)Drawdown: regenerative solutions to reverse global warming (Tuesday 25th June)
    OVERVIEW – VIDEO
  • Alban Joyeau (ENTSO-E) – Growing interlink between climate elements and electricity security of supply  (Wednesday 26th June)
    OVERVIEW – PRESENTATION*
  • Line Storelvmo-Holmberg (Vestas) – Reflections on the transition from cost to value of energy (Wednesday 26th June)
    OVERVIEW – PRESENTATION*
  • Henrik Madsen (DTU)Energy Forecasting for the Future Low-carbon Society (Thursday 27th June)
    OVERVIEW PRESENTATION – VIDEO
  • Yana Popkostova (ECEGA) – The changing geopolitics of energy: the energy-climate-security nexus and the Sustainable Development Agenda. Why meteorologists might help in preserving global stability? (Thursday 27th June)
    OVERVIEW PRESENTATION

Session 1: Forecasting for power-system applications – wind models

  1. IEA wind recommended practices for selecting renewable power forecasting solutions parts 1 and 2: Optimizing the solution selection process and conducting trails and benchmarks – John Zach (UL Renewables, United States) 💡
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION*
  2. Advances in Mesoscale to Microscale Coupling for Wind Energy Application – Sue Ellen Haupt (WEMC/National Center – for Atmospheric Research – NCAR, United States)
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION
  3. Summary of Results from the Second Wind Forecast Improvement Project (WFIP2) – James Wilczak (NOAA ESRL, United States)
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION
  4. An investigation of dynamic selection of WRF PBL schemes for renewable energy forecasting in Ireland – Seanie Griffin (University College Dublin, Ireland)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION*
  5. Forecasting wind speed and direction in a marine environment (WRF and GFS) – Sven-Erik Gryning (DTU – Technical University of Denmark Wind Energy, Denmark)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION*
  6. The impact of spatial dependence structures on the skill and evaluation of multi-site probabilistic wind speed forecasts – Marc Hüsch (Technische Universität Dortmund, Germany)
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION

Session 2: Energy resource assessment - solar

  1. Satellite-based Irradiance Data for Solar Energy Projects: Validation Results & Use Cases – Mauricio Richter (3E, Belgium)
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION
  2. Satellite-based realistic 1 minute resolved irradiance time series based on variability classes – Marion Schroedter-Homscheidt (German Aerospace Center – DLR, Germany)
    ABSTRACT
  3. Spatial variability of incident solar radiation in Ireland and the UK linked to large-scale atmospheric pressure patterns: implications for solar energy generation – João Correia (UCD Energy Institute, University College Dublin, Ireland)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION*
  4. Spectral and Broadband datasets from The National Solar Radiation Database (NSRDB) – Manajit Sengupta (National Renewable Energy Laboratory – NREL, United States)
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION
  5. Direct and diffuse components of the solar radiation, computed by the fast physical radiative transfer code SMART-G – Mustapha Moulana (HYGEOS, France)
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION
  6. Treating Uncertainties as an Asset: the Use of Probabilistic Forecasts for Dispatch Optimization – Ana Carolina do Amaral Burghi (German Aerospace Centre – DLR, Germany) 
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION

Session 3: Weather & Climate services - general

  1. The Added Value of Seasonal Climate Forecasting for Integrated Risk Assessment (SECLI-FIRM) EU H2020 project – Alberto Troccoli (WEMC/University of East Anglia, United Kingdom)
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION
  2. C3S-Energy: a new electricity demand dataset for Europe based on ERA5 – Laurent Dubus, (WEMC/EDF R&D, France) 🌡
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION
  3. A new meteorological reanalysis dataset (MERIDA) to analyze the impact of relevant weather events on the Italian electric system – Riccardo Bonanno (RSE S.p.A. – Ricerca sul Sistema Energetico, Italy)
    ABSTRACTPRESENTATION
  4. Weather Sensitivity of Electricity Demand in West African Megacities – Arona Diedhiou (Institut de Recherche pour le Développement – IRD LTHE / Université de Grenoble-Alpes, France) 🌍
    ABSTRACTPRESENTATION
  5. The sensitivity of future power systems to climate change projections – David Brayshaw (University of Reading, United Kingdom) 🌡
    ABSTRACTPRESENTATION
  6. Future energy consumption of buildings in European Cities including urban effects – Jan Remund (Meteotest AG, Switzerland)
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION

Session 1: Energy resource assessment – wind models

  1. Status of seasonal and subseasonal wind and wind power forecasting for the Iberian Peninsula and the Canary Islands: a systematic review – Susana Bayo Besteiro (Universidade de Vigo, Spain)
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION
  2. The New European Wind Atlas (NEWA) and web platform – Jake Badger (DTU – Technical University of Denmark Wind Energy, Denmark)
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION
  3. Downscaling Meso- to Microscale Simulations: A Multipoint approach – Renko Buhr (Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Germany)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION*
  4. WRF-LES evaluation of turbulence measures using observations from a 250-m tower – Alfredo Peña (DTU – Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION
  5. Modelling study of the impact of the sea breeze on offshore wind farms in the Mediterranean and the North Sea – Anna Maria Sempreviva (DTU – Technical University of Denmark Wind Energy, Denmark)
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION
  6. A wind resource experiment in complex terrain compared with meso- to micro-scale model coupling – Jakob Mann (DTU – Technical University of Denmark Wind Energy, Denmark)
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION

Session 2: Grid Integration

  1. Comparing capacity expansion outcomes for the Australia’s National Electricity Market using three sources of weather-related input data – Roger Dargaville (The University of Melbourne, Australia)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION
  2. Sunny Windy Sundays: Understanding the relationships between renewable energy supply and demand in Great Britain – Daniel Drew (University of Reading, United Kingdom)
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION
  3. The Use of the High-Resolution Rapid Refresh (HRRR) Model in Dynamic Line Rating – Kenneth Fenton (NOAA ESRL GSD, United States)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION
  4. Ancillary services from a renewable-sourced virtual power plant: the REstable project – Simon Camal (MINES ParisTech, France)
    ABSTRACTPRESENTATION
  5. Micro-grid improved PV power integration from diesel control using a thermal-infrared sky imager nowcasting system – Sylvain Cros (Reuniwatt, France)
    ABSTRACTPRESENTATION
  6. Flexible hydro-solar-wind mixes for reliable power supply in West Africa – Sebastian Sterl (Vrije Universiteit Brussel – VUB, Belgium) 🌍
    ABSTRACTPRESENTATION

Session 3: Weather and climate services – solar – icing (wind) and hydro

  1. An assessment of surface shortwave radiation in South Africa – Nosipho Zwane (South African Weather Service, South Africa) 🌍
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION
  2. Soiling of Solar Panels within PerduS project – Frank Wagner (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology – KIT, Germany)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION
  3. Forecasting of atmospheric icing – validation and applications within wind energy – Brian Riget Broe (Kjeller Vindteknikk, Sweden)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION
  4. Climate-proofing for the hydropower sector: Opportunities and challenges using state-of-the-art seasonal predictions – Christof LC Lorenz (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology – KIT / Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research – IMK-IFU, Germany) 
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION
  5. Numerical Weather Prediction of Supercooled Low Stratus Clouds over Heterogeneous Surfaces using the MUSC One-Dimensional Model: First Results – Erik J Janzon (Uppsala Universitet, Sweden)
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION
  6. Benchmarking seasonal prediction of inflows to hydropower systems against a statistical approach – Martin Drews (DTU – Technical University of Denmark, Denmark) 🌡
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION

AM Session 1: Forecasting for power-system applications – solar models

  1. Calibration of DNI ensemble forecasts with quantile regression – Jose L. Casado-Rubio (AEMET – Spanish Meteorological Service, Spain)
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION
  2. Calibration Methods for Ensemble solar probabilistic forecasts in an insular context – Josselin Le Gal La Salle (Université de la Réunion, Réunion, France)
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION
  3. Copula-based models for solar power supply to distribution networks, using global radiation forecasts – Freimut von Loeper (Universität Ulm, Germany)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION
  4. Modeling Aerosol Optical Depth over the Arabian Desert for Solar Irradiance Forecasting – Jared A Lee (National Center for Atmospheric Research – NCAR, United States)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION
  5. Probabilistic photovoltaic forecasting combining heterogeneous sources of input data for multiple time-frames – Thomas Carriere (MINES ParisTech, France)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION
  6. Beyond-RMSE analysis of WRF parametrization for day-ahead irradiance forecasting – Hadrien Verbois (NUS, Singapore)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION

AM Session 2: Forecasting for power-system applications – wind models

  1. Validation of NWP models by lidar measurements with particular emphasis on turbine hub-height wind speed and power forecasts – Yelena Pichugina (Colorado University Boulder / NOAA, United States)
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION
  2. Improved very short‐term spatio‐temporal wind forecasting using atmospheric regimes – Jethro Browell (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION
  3. Towards a global dynamic wind atlas: assessing the quality of MERRA-2 and ERA5 reanalysis for wind power simulation without and with bias-correcting using the Global Wind Atlas – Katharina Gruber (University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria) 🌡
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION
  4. Very Short-Term Wind Power Forecasting using Regime Switching for Power Ramps – Leo May (Strathclyde University, United Kingdom)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION*
  5. Requirements of operational wind power forecasting: Experiences from an utility perspective – Malte Rieck (Vattenfall Energy Trading GmbH, Germany)
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION
  6. Probabilistic short-range forecasting for icing-related wind power production losses – Heiner Körnich (Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute, Sweden)
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION

AM Session 3: Grid integration, environmental impacts and education

  1. Graphical user interface for weather forecast products tailored to the needs of transmission and distribution systems – Jonas von Schumann (Deutscher Wetterdienst – DWD, Germany)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION
  2. Impact of input weather data on highly renewable power systems – Alexander Kies (Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies, Germany)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION*
  3. Improvements for Online Feed-in estimations based on PV power output measurements – Daniel Lassahn (Meteocontrol Energy & Weather Services GmbH, Germany)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION
  4. Estimation of forecast gust return levels in a real time decision support system – Julie Capo (Météo-France, France)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION
  5. Examinations on effectiveness of photovoltaic systems in different local and micro climatic environments – Gergely Csákberényi-Nagy (Renewable Energy Park Research Center / University of Debrecen, Hungary)
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION
  6. Energy Education: Panacea to sustainable and affordable access to clean energy – Idowu Adegbite (Olabisi Onabanjo University, Nigeria) 🌍
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION

PM Session 1: Forecasting for power-system applications – general

  1. Probabilistic Forecasting and Bidding Strategy of Ancillary Services for Aggregated Renewable Power Plants – Simon Camal (MINES ParisTech – PSL Research University, Italy)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION
  2. Quantifying the value of improved probabilistic power forecasts for power system applications using stochastic dispatch models – Bruno Schyska (DLR-Institute of Networked Energy Systems, Germany)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION
  3. Maximization of the Value of Intra-day Wind and Solar Forecasts for an Island Grid System via Customized Forecasts and Evaluation Metrics – John Zack (UL Renewables, United States)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION
  4. Renewable Energy Forecasting for Kuwait: A Progress Report – Jared A Lee (National Center for Atmospheric Research – NCAR, United States)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION
  5. Characterization of the model error in COSMO-D2-EPS using a flow-dependent partial SDE – Martin Sprengel (Deutscher Wetterdienst – DWD, Germany)
    ABSTRACT
  6. Development and implementation of wind and solar generation forecasts for system operations in Colombia – Sebastián Ortega (XM, Colombia)
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION

PM Session 2: Weather and climate risk management

  1. Impact of atmospheric aerosols on solar power production – Dust outbreak in West Africa – Ina Neher  (University of Applied Science Bonn-Rhein-Sieg, Germany) 🌍
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION
  2. Enabling Resilient UK Energy Infrastructure: Natural Hazard Characterisation – Michael G Sanderson (Met Office, United Kingdom)
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION
  3. Impact of Tropical Cyclones on Offshore Wind Farms in the Taiwan Strait of China – Bin Wu (Fujian Climate Center, China)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION*
  4. The implications of inter-annual weather variability for GB electricity system investment strategies – Hannah C Bloomfield (University of Reading, United Kingdom)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION
  5. High-Resolution Dynamic Downscaling of CMIP5 Model Data to Assess the Effects of Climate Change on Renewable Energy Distribution in New York State: Project Overview and Preliminary Results – Jeffrey M Freedman (Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York, United States)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION
  6. The Financial Impact of Climate Change on siting of wind farms – Merlinde Kay (University of New South Wales, Australia)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION

PM Session 3: Environmental impact and energy policy

  1. Impacts of wind farm wakes on ocean surface waves and air-sea fluxes – Jana Fischereit (DTU Wind Energy, Denmark)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION
  2. Climate-aligned capital allocation. Implications for the energy sector investment portfolio strategy – Ekaterina Reshetnikova (EcoAct, France)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION
  3. Adaptation challenges and opportunities for the European energy system – Hans-Martin Füssel (European Environment Agency, Denmark) 
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION
  4. Assessing the efficiency of national and state climate policies in the transition to a low carbon electricity system in Australia – Changlong Wang (The University of Melbourne, Australia)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION*
  5. Overview of the Miño-Sil: a heavily dammed basin and potential for new power plants – Juan Antonio Anel (Universidade de Vigo, Spain)
    ABSTRACT PRESENTATION
  6. Projections of the future European water use in electricity generation and related vulnerabilities – Morten Andreas Dahl Madl Larsen (DTU, Denmark)
    ABSTRACT – PRESENTATION
  1. IEA Wind Task 36: The second phase for the Forecasting Task – Gregor Giebel (DTU Wind Energy, Denmark) 💡
    ABSTRACTPDF
  2. Development of a Wind Extremes Forecast System (WEFS) For Outage Prediction – Jeffrey M Freedman (Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York, United States)
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  3. A two-dimensional power curve from artificial neural networks to forecast wind farm power – Cristina Archer (University of Delaware, United States)
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  4. Forecasting for Wind Energy at Deutscher Wetterdienst – Helmut Frank (Deutscher Wetterdienst – DWD, Germany)
    ABSTRACT PDF
  5. Research on Wind Speed Correction Based on Various Methods – Pengcheng Yan (Institute of Arid Meteorology, CMA, China)
    ABSTRACT PDF
  6. Downscaling of global weather forecasts for wind energy purposes – A case study in South Africa – Örn Dúi Kristjánsson (DTU – Technical University Denmark, Iceland) 🌍
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  7. Shortwave and longwave radiation forecast uncertainty of the HRRR and HRRRNEST NWP Models during specific meteorological regimes across four sites in the Columbia River Basin during the Wind Forecasting Improvement Project (WFIP-2) – Kathleen Lantz (NOAA ESRL GMD, United States)
    ABSTRACT – PDF*
  8. IEA Wind Recommended Practices for Selecting Renewable Power Forecasting Solutions Pt 3: Evaluation of Forecasts and Forecast Solutions – Jethro Browell (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom) 💡
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  9. Examinations on the accuracy of UAV based surface roughness datasets using LiDAR images in urban environment – István Lázár (University of Debrecen, Hungary)
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  10. Characterisation and predictability of wind power in Mexico – Daniel Drew (University of Reading, United Kingdom)
    ABSTRACT – PDF*
  11. Nested Mesoscale Simulations for Wind Assessment over a Complex Site in India forced by Different Reanalysis – Eric Tromeur (Meteodyn, France)
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  12. Climatology of three years of vertical wind profiles measurements, using wind -lidar at a Mediterranean coastal site – Claudia Roberta Calidonna (National Research Council – CNR, Italy)
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  13. On the accuracy of CORDEX RCMs to project future winds over the Iberian Peninsula and surrounding ocean – Juan Antonio Añel (Universidade de Vigo, Spain)
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  14. Leading edge erosion of wind turbine blades: Need for raindrop-size measurements – Anna-Maria Tilg (DTU Wind Energy, Denmark)
    ABSTRACT – PDF*
  15. Using climate services to evaluate projected changes in the operation of hydropower reservoirs – Anthony Lemoine (IRSTEA, France) 🌡
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  16. The impact of freezing rain and icing for wind production on relative small countries – Belgium – Andrei Steau (Centrica, Denmark)
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  17. Spatial dispersion of the wind and produced power with respect to wind direction in the Faroe Islands – Turið Poulsen (University of the Faroe Islands, Faroe Islands)
    ABSTRACT – PDF*
  18. Probabilistic predictions of aggregated wind and solar power at Shagaya farm in Kuwait – Stefano Alessandrini (National Center For Atmospheric Research – NCAR, United States)
    ABSTRACT – PDF*
  19. Short-term Probabilistic Forecasting of Electricity Demand at Different Spatial Scales – Simone Sperati (RSE SpA, Italy)
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  20. Very Short-term Wind and Solar Power Forecasting Combining Autoregressive Algorithms and Weather Modeling Data – Simone Sperati (RSE SpA, Italy)
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  21. A multivariate spatial post-processing method for renewable energy forecasts – Eadaoin Doddy (University College Dublin, Ireland)
    ABSTRACT – PDF*
  22. Symbolic regression for forecasting – Markus Abel (4Cast gmbH, Germany)
    ABSTRACT – PDF*
  23. Understanding the impact of meteorological variability on the European power system – Hannah C Bloomfield (University of Reading, United Kingdom)
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  24. Prediction of the electricity and gas consumption and its relation to meteorological parameters – Petr Skalak (Czech Globe, Czech Republic)
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  25. Assessment of the effects of bias correction on the dynamics of climate projections – Robert Vautard (CNRS, France) 
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  26. Providing the right climate services: examples from Ouranos’ Energy research and development program – Jacinthe Clavet-Gaumont (Ouranos, Canada) 
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  27. A Perfect Model Approach to assess the statistical downscaling skills using CDFt and quantile-mapping methods – Hiba Omrani (EDF R&D, France)
    ABSTRACT  PDF
  28. Experience on climate services and knowledge transfer from the NATURGY Chair at the Universidade de Vigo – Juan Antonio Añel (Universidade de Vigo, Spain)
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  29. Operational seasonal forecasts of climate and energy indicators for the energy sector – Lucas Grigis (Météo-France, France) 🌡
    ABSTRACT – PDF*
  30. Constant climate long term simulations for adequacy studies over europe, for current and future climate – Sophie Martinoni-Lapierre (Météo-France, France)
    ABSTRACT  PDF
  31. WRF suitability for inflow forecasting in an Alpine hydropower regulated catchment – Nicola Di Marco (Free University of Bozen/Bolzano, Italy)
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  32. C3S-Energy: new hydropower datasets for European electricity mixes assessments – Laurent Dubus (WEMC/EDF R&D, France) 🌡
    ABSTRACT – PDF*
  33. Weather Forecasts for Microgrid Energy Management: A Time Series Approach – Guillaume Arbod (ENGIE, France)
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  34. WITHDRAWN: ECG pylons effective use – Patrick Fiati (Cape Coast Technical University, Ghana)
    ABSTRACT
  35. WITHDRAWN: Issues and challenges of Low-Carbon City in Malaysia – Raja Zuraidah Rasi (Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia, Malaysia)
    ABSTRACT
  36. WITHDRAWN: Towards Low Carbon Cities 2030: Experience From Penggaram City – Kamalludin Jamal (Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia, Malaysia)
    ABSTRACT
  37. WITHDRAWN: Green Growth Framework for High Speed Rail in Malaysia – Mohd Fahmy-Abdullah (Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia, Malaysia)
    ABSTRACT
  38. Assessing Complementarity of Wind and Solar Resources for Hybrid Projects in Northeastern Brazil – André R Goncalves (National Institute for Space Research – INPE, Brazil)
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  39. Improved Power System Planning Under Climate-based Uncertainty – David Brayshaw (University of Reading, United Kingdom)
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  40. Finding representative years for a Transmission System Operator (TSO) in a climate simulation of 200 years – Jean Thorey (RTE, France)
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  41. What about the occurrence of past extreme cold or heat waves in France in the coming decades? – Sylvie Parey (EDF R&D, France)
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  42. Degree-Days Estimations to evaluate the National Energy Demand in the coming decades – Riccardo Bonanno (RSE S.p.A. – Ricerca sul Sistema Energetico, Italy)
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  43. Fast Fourier Transform Spectral Technique for Short Period Climatic Temperatures Time Series Decomposition in Port Harcourt City, Nigeria – Kudirat O. Adeyemi (Rivers State University, Port Hacourt, Nigeria) 🌍 
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  44. The project PerduS: Daily mineral dust forecasts using ICON-ART – Vanessa Bachmann (Deutscher Wetterdienst – DWD, Germany)
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  45. Impact of sub-grid clouds on solar irradiance predicitions on days of high intermittency – Abhnil Prasad (University of New South Wales, Australia)
    ABSTRACT – PDF*
  46. Probabilistic forecasting of regional solar power, based on a multi-model approach: application to the Italian Bidding Zones – Elena E Collino (RSE S.P.A, Italy)
    ABSTRACT – PDF*
  47. Improve Intraday NWP Solar Forecasts with Time-Series Modelling of Satellite-Based Irradiance – Karel De Brabandere (3E, Belgium)
    ABSTRACT – PDF*
  48. A short-term solar radiation ensemble forecasting system for the Iberian Peninsula – David Pozo-Vasquez (University of Jaén, Spain)
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  49. Using Historical Data to Obtaining Clear Sky PV Electricity Production – Stefani Peratikou (Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus)
    ABSTRACT – PDF*
  50. Hybrid model for intra-day solar irradiance forecasting in tropical regions – Hadrien Verbois (NUS, Singapore)
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  51. Impact of aerosols in PV power projections over Europe using RCMs – Claudia Gutiérrez (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain)
    ABSTRACT – PDF*
  52. Calibration of solar irradiance forecasts of ECMWF IFS-ensemble for photovoltaic applications -Tobias Zeck (Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE, Germany)
    ABSTRACT – PDF*
  53. Irradiance models in sky imager forecasting – Anna Dittmann (Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE, Germany)
    ABSTRACT – PDF*
  54. Comparing sky-camera vs satellite solar radiation nowcasts – David Pozo-Vasquez (University of Jaén, Spain)
    ABSTRACT – PDF*
  55. Solar irradiance and PV forecasting for large PV power plants using numerical weather models, satellite data, and ground measurements – Wiebke Herzberg (Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE, Germany)
    ABSTRACT – PDF*
  56. Dust impact on shortwave solar radiation: case study of dust events in Doha, Qatar – Dunia Bachour (QEERI, HBKU, Qatar Foundation, Qatar)
    ABSTRACT – PDF*
  57. Real-time solar irradiance using satellite data: quality assessment of an operational tool using five satellites – Sylvain Cros (Reuniwatt, France)
    ABSTRACT – PDF*
  58. Impact of atmospheric parameters on the performance of photovoltaic systems – student of spectral effects – Stefanie K. Meilinger (Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University for Applied Sciences, Germany)
    ABSTRACT – PDF*
  59. Mapping and measuring geographical accuracy and uncertainty of UK PV forecasts using central and ensemble members of Numerical Weather Prediction models – Dan Travers (University of Sheffield, United Kingdom)
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  60. Data Quality Assessment using SERI QC – Manajit Sengupta (National Renewable Energy Laboratory – NREL, United States)
    ABSTRACT –  PDF
  61. Gain Contribution and Losses in Solar Radiation Collected by Realistic Solar Tower Plants – Mustapha Moulana (Université de Lille / Hygeos, France)
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  62. Gap filling of long-term solar radiation measurements in Denmark – Adam R. Jensen (DTU – Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
    ABSTRACT – PDF*
  63. Validation of GFS day-ahead solar irradiance forecasts in China – Yue Zhang (Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)
    ABSTRACT – PDF*
  64. Improvements in the estimation of the solar energy resource in tropical regions from satellite data – a statistical approach – Madeleine Sanchez Gacita Casagrande (INPE, Brazil)
    ABSTRACT – PDF
  65. IEA PVPS Task 16 and SolarPACES Task V: workshop on best practices for automatic and expert based data quality control methods and for gap filling methods – Philippe Blanc (MINES ParisTech, France) 💡
    ABSTRACT – PDF*
  66. Deriving Beam from Global Irradiance in Desert conditions – Daniel Perez-Astudillo (QEERI / HBKU / Qatar Foundation, Qatar)
    ABSTRACT – PDF*
  67. Assessing the long-term variability of renewable energy in China and its mitigation strategies – Shaoxiu Ma (Northwest Institute of Eco-Environment and Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)
    ABSTRACT – PDF*

SECLI-FIRM: The Added Value of Seasonal Climate Forecasting for Integrated Risk Management – PDF

C3S Energy Stakeholder Workshop, Showcase & C3S Case Studies

  • C3S Energy Operational Service – overview, progress and highlights – Alberto Troccoli (WEMC)
    PRESENTATION
  • Energy Models – discussion of energy demand, wind power, solar power and hydropower – Laurent Dubus (EDF)
    PRESENTATION
  • Seasonal Forecasts – discussion of the models developed and applied bias adjustment methods – Lucas Grigis (Météo-France)
    PRESENTATION*
  • Climate Projections – discussion of the climate projection of energy-relevant variables – Robert Vautard (CEA)
    PRESENTATION*

Visit the workshop webpage for context and more downloadable material

Climate risk, adaptation and resilience for electric utilities

  • Sensitivity of the electric grid in the Western U.S. to climate change – Gary Geernaert (US Department of Energy)
    PRESENTATION*
  • Renewable and resilient transition pathways in a changing climate – John A Dutton (Prescient Weather)
    PRESENTATION*
  • Climate Change Adaptation strategy: new challenges for EDF Group? – Antoine Badinier (EDF)
    PRESENTATION*
  • Climate risks for a Transmission System Operator (TSO) – Jean Thorey (RTE)
    PRESENTATION

Visit the workshop webpage for context and more downloadable material

Data Exchanges, Access and Standards

  • Introduction – Liz Bentley (Royal Meteorological Society)
    PRESENTATION
  • Challenges to Improve Predictions in the Renewable Sector – Shanti Majithia (Director of Energy and Climate Advisory Services (UK) & RMetS Fellow)
    PRESENTATION
  • How and Why Data Sharing Should Be Developed – Anna Maria Sempreviva (DTU Wind Energy)
    PRESENTATION
  • Data Difficulties, Dealing with Issues, and Potential Paths Forward to Improve the Wider Use of Data – Sue Haupt (NCAR)
    PRESENTATION

Visit the workshop webpage for context and more downloadable material

Energy and Meteorology Education

  • WEMC’s Special Interest Group on Energy and Meteorology Education – Kit Rackley (WEMC)
    PRESENTATION

Visit the workshop webpage for context and more downloadable material

How to start a 'weather' business

  • Different types of funding for startups and early stage SMEs and what funders require from applicants in the way of marketable products/services, management team, business plan, etc – Andreas Helgason Rex (Lendino)
    PRESENTATION*
  • Orbital Micro-Systems: how it started out, what it’s aims and objectives are, and what it has achieved to date – William Hosack (Orbital Micro-Systems)
    PRESENTATION
  • Serial entrepreneurship in the weather business – Jan Dutton (Prescient Weather)
    PRESENTATION*

Visit the workshop webpage for context and more downloadable material

IEA PVPS Task 16: Best practices for quality control procedures and gap filling methods

  • Introduction – Jan Remund (Meteotest)
    PRESENTATION
  • Best practices for automatic and expert based data quality control methods and for gap filling methods – Philippe Blanc (MINES ParisTech)
    PRESENTATION
  • Data Quality Assessment using NREL’s SERI QC – Manajit Sengupta (NREL)
    PRESENTATION*
  • Gap filling of long-term solar radiation measurements in Denmark – Adam R. Jensen (DTU)
    PRESENTATION*
  • Use of satellite data for QC of in-situ measurement – Ana Gracia (European Commission JRC)
    PRESENTATION

Visit the workshop webpage for context and more downloadable material

IEA Task 36 Open Space Workshop on Wind Power Forecasting and System integration Issues

Visit the workshop webpage for context and more downloadable material

Making the technical accessible: Ideas on how to tailor your talks for public and school audiences

  • Introduction & Engaging Outward, Technical Inward: Examples of the Best – Kit Rackley (WEMC/Geogramblings)
    PRESENTATION
  • Example from academia – an experience of public speaking – Sebastian Sterl (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
    PRESENTATION
  • Alternative ways to communicate science – Jared Lee (NCAR)
    PRESENTATION

Visit the workshop webpage for context and more downloadable material

Research roadmap for wind conditions and climatic effects (in cooperation with EERA JP WIND)

*To make your presentation available or request access, please contact us.

In the case of a broken or wrong link – let us know which one and we’ll fix it ASAP!

Audio recordings are available for most oral presentations. Request an audio recording.