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Windtech International July August 2024 issue






ENFOR, Ørsted, DMI, and several other partners aim to improve energy forecasts for solar and wind energy in the energy sector. The goal is to reduce imbalances and the costs of system services that ensure the production and consumption of green electricity in Denmark.

In the innovation project Weather2X, they aim to improve the models that convert weather into energy. By improving the accuracy of energy forecasts by up to ten percent, they can similarly optimise energy production from renewable energy sources and the services that support production when there is no sun or wind.

Weather2X is supported by the Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Program (EUDP) and involves partners such as Enfor, DTU Compute, DTU Wind and Energy Systems, DMI, Vattenfall, and Ørsted. Denmark's national energy cluster, Energy Cluster Denmark, facilitates the innovation project. The project began in January 2024 and ends in December 2026. The total budget is 14.4 million kroner.

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