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The case for better PV forecasting

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By Dr Pierre-Jean Alet; Dr Venizelos Efthymiou; Dr Giorgio Graditi; Dr Mari Juel; Franko Nemac; Marco Pierro; Dr Evangelos Rikos; Dr Stathis Tselepis; Dr Guangya Yang; David Moser; Dr Norbert Henze

Rising levels of PV penetration mean increasingly sophisticated forecasting technologies are needed to maintain grid stability and maximise the economic value of PV systems. The Grid Integration working group of the European Technology and Innovation Platform – Photovoltaics (ETIP PV) shares the results of its ongoing research into the advantages and limitations of current forecasting technologies.

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Highlights in this issue include an in-depth piece from the US National Renewable Energy Laboratory on how the market is understanding and dealing with the issue of potential-induced degredation modules. We also feature an exclusive paper from the EU-funded Solar Bankability Project on its work to develop a methodology for assessing the economic impact of technical failures in PV power plants.

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