A review of short‐term wind power probabilistic forecasting and a taxonomy focused on input data

Ioannis K. Bazionis, Panagiotis A. Karafotis, Pavlos S. Georgilakis
2021 IET Renewable Power Generation  
A review of state-of-the-art short-term wind power probabilistic forecasting models is the focus here. The improvement of the accuracy and efficiency of probabilistic forecasting models has been in the centre of attention of researchers in recent years, since the need to further comprehend and efficiently use the uncertainty of forecasts is increasing. Since the optimal operation and control of energy systems and electricity markets is one of the important aspects of performing wind power
more » ... sts, this review focuses in short-term probabilistic forecasting models, which could prove to be useful in the daily planning and operation of power systems. The short-term concept of forecasts is analysed in detail, along with the case studies and examples proposed by the reviewed literature. The key advantages and disadvantages of the reviewed probabilistic forecasting methodologies are identified. Furthermore, different classifications of the reviewed works according to the data that are used to provide an accurate forecasting model are also provided. Future directions in the field of short-term wind power probabilistic forecasting are also proposed.
doi:10.1049/rpg2.12330 fatcat:wk2piydl4fcrvd22jq5qsc7aem