The individual results of the benchmark cases per FarmConners participant are presented at the assigned side event of the Wind Energy Science (WESC) 2021 Conference
In the second FarmConners project meeting, held at KU Leuven, the best practices for testing and validation of WFC is to be finalized (based on ongoing experiences in D1.1 and D1.2) and released as a white paper from the project website
As in D 1.4 the WFC codes for the benchmark defined in D3.2 will be tested with respect to variable electricity prices. The quantified benefits are presented at the assigned mini-symposium of the Wind Energy Science (WESC) 2021 Conference
Following the investigation of the current certification, standardization and regulation practices started with the beginning of the project, the position paper is published on the FarmConners project website.
Similar to D 1.2, FarmConners consortium defines use cases of WFC in benchmark market scenarios to show and discuss the potential benefits aboveof WFC in flexible energy markets. The specified example cases will be presented in the Wind Integration Workshop (WIW) 2020 and a (green) open access conference paper will follow.
The resulting benchmark cases are launched in the side event on TORQUE 2020
At the second day of the kick-off event (24-25 September 2019), the consensus is reached regarding the framework of the common test benchmark
In 2-day event hosted by KU Leuven, a workshop on where the wind energy stands in today’s market structure is organized with the candidate speakers from ENGIE Green Business Unit (on “Global Energy Management”), CarbonTrust, CENER and CEPS.
Public workshop organized at the first day of the 2-day kick-off event at DTU Wind Energy (24-25 September 2019). The available datasets and existing demonstrations are to be presented and the WFC testing experience of FarmConners is publicly shared.
Standard templates for external communication have been produced and made accessible for all partners; the FarmConners website is fully functional with central project information, and the FarmConners LinkedIn profile has been created and the first post on the profile has been written. FarmConners WFC YouTube channel has been opened and announced in all the (other) social media channels of the FarmConners alliance.
The research gap analysis in WFC test and validation is presented in TORQUE 2020 Conference, organized by TU Delft (26-28 May 2020), which is also published as an open-access paper.
At the side event/workshop in WindEurope/Global Wind Summit 2020 Hamburg, the findings on D 2.1 is further analysed and the gaps in the certification and standardization practices are discussed with all the relevant stakeholders, in the biggest event in the wind energy field.
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Author(s): Gregor Giebel, Tuhfe Göçmen, Jan-Willem van Wingerden, Paul A. Fleming, Jennifer King
Published in: Wind Europe Offshore 2019 Conference, Poster, 2019
Author(s): J. W. van Wingerden, P. A. Fleming, T. Göçmen, I. Eguinoa, B. M. Doekemeijer, K. Dykes, M. Lawson, E. Simley, J. King, D. Astrain, M. Iribas, C. L. Bottasso, J. Meyers, S. Raach, K. Kölle, G. Giebel
Published in: Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Issue 1618, 2020, Page(s) 022025, ISSN 1742-6588
Author(s): Tuhfe Göçmen, Konstanze Kölle, Søren Juhl Andersen, Irene Eguinoa, Thomas Duc, Filippo Campagnolo, Mikel Iribas-Latour, David Astrain, Carlo Bottasso, Johan Meyers, Jan Willem van Wingerden, Gregor Giebel
Published in: Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Issue 1618, 2020, Page(s) 022040, ISSN 1742-6588