Quantifying the Economic and Grid Reliability Impacts of Improved Wind Power Forecasting

  title={Quantifying the Economic and Grid Reliability Impacts of Improved Wind Power Forecasting},
  author={Qin Wang and Carlo Brancucci Martinez-Anido and Hongyu Wu and Anthony Florita and Bri-Mathias Hodge},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy},
Wind power forecasting is an important tool in power system operations to address variability and uncertainty. Accurately doing so is important to reduce the occurrence and length of curtailment, enhancing market efficiency, and improving the operational reliability of the bulk power system. This research quantifies the value of wind power forecasting improvements in the IEEE 118-bus test system as modified to emulate the generation mixes of Midcontinent, California, and New England independent… CONTINUE READING
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