This extensive session will cover most of the primary aspects of Wind Resource Assessment and Forecasting — from generation of continent-scale meteorological mapping to quantification of losses due to turbine blade icing to assessment of actual wind farm energy production. All of the presentations will describe innovative, leading-edge studies.
Jim Salmon, President, Zephyr North Ltd.
Generation of Time Series of Meteorological Fields in Support to the Pan-Canadian Wind Integration Study Project
Wei Yu, Head, Wind Energy Research Group, Environment Canada
MS-Micro-PBL: A new Approach to Complex Terrain Flow Modelling
Peter Taylor, Professor, ESSE Lassonde School of Engineering, York University
Quantifying Energy Losses Caused by Blade Icing Using Turbine SCADA Data & Improving Predictions from Pre-Construction Wind Data
Carl Ostridge, Senior Engineer, DNV-GL
Design, Performance and Impact of Multiple Time Scale Wind and Solar Forecasts for Use in Operational Decision-making at the Ontario IESO
Matt Cote, Assistant Forecast Operations Manager, AWS Truepower
A North American Case Study of Inter-Annual Variation of Realized Wind Farm Energy Production
Matthew Breakey, Wind Resource Engineer, WSP Canada Inc.