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The national funded WindforS project VORKAST investigated the use of a long-range lidar for very short-term power forecasting of a wind turbine in complex terrain. This ability is essential for the grid integration of large amounts of wind energy. This paper describes the process of setting up the lidar, data handling, and wind eld reconstruction. A process based on Taylor's frozen turbulence hypothesis is used to propagate wind speeds to the turbine and to forecast wind ramps. The lidar-baseddoi:10.5281/zenodo.3405263 fatcat:ckp2lrcqxbgmnlobhmhdoyqwbm