This report from ESIG’s Weather Datasets Project Team focuses on the weather data needs for modeling power systems that are becoming increasingly weather-dependent as shares of wind, solar, and battery storage increase, and as HVAC and transportation loads are electrified. The report discusses the gaps in our existing data and modeling approaches, and outlines a process for building the robust weather datasets needed for reliable, resilient systems.
Featured Speaker: Justin Sharp, Principal and Owner, Sharply Focused
Ryan Quint, NERC
This report from ESIG’s Redefining Resource Adequacy Task Force discusses key considerations for capacity accreditation for the next phase of the energy transition in which solar, wind, and battery storage will be increasingly relied on to ensure grid reliability.
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