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Freedman, Jeffrey; and Zack, John
Identifying Ramp Events
Wind energy forecasters and utility operators are presented with a variety of meteorological phenomena that can affect power production and grid operations on varying temporal and spatial scales. In the short term (zero to six hours), these features can be difficult to forecast and can result in the grid operators’ inability to handle rapid changes in wind speed and direction. These phenomena can also produce undesirable effects on the power grid, especially issues associated with ramp events. Although there is . . . Complete article »
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