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1 GEOSS, IEEE Committee on Earth Observation, & Renewable Energy Community of Practice
Jay Pearlman, Chair, ICEO Ellsworth LeDrew, Chair, CEO User Interface Working Group Thierry Ranchin, Co-chair, Renewable Energy Community of Practice Marion Schroedter-Homscheidt, Co-chair, Renewable Energy Community of Practice, Mark Ahlstrom, Co-Chair, GEOSS Wind Energy Community of Practice

2 Agenda IEEE CEO (ICEO) Membership / Structure
ICEO Program and Direction Wind Energy Community of Practice Solar Energy Community of Practice Agencies in Partnership ESA NASA ? Where we want to go.

3 IEEE Committee on Earth Observation
IEEE CEO J Pearlman Executive Committee User Interface Architecture & Data Outreach & Capacity Science & Technology E LeDrew L Wu R Garello W Ottichilo A Williams A Gasiewski Wind Energy CP Renewable Energy CP Standards & Interoperability M Ahlstrom C Hasager Y Yuping M Schroedter T Ranchin SJS Khalsa

4 CEO Programs and Directions
Participation in GEO The User and the GEOSS Workshops Conference Sessions and Presentations IEEE evolution

5 Participation in GEO A focal point for technical and engineering expertise Architecture Co-Chair of Architecture and Data Committee Formulation of Standards and Interoperability Forum System of Systems Engineering User Interface Wind Energy Community of Practice Renewable Energy Community of Practice Capacity Building Initial focus on developing countries

6 The User and the GEOSS Workshops
Focal point for outreach and for architecture Excellent participation on the part of GEO China – Dr. Zheng, Prof Koike, Dr. D’Iorio, etc. Workshops and themes Korea, ‘05: disasters and agriculture IGARSS 05 South Africa, ‘05: disasters and water/drought AfricaGIS 05 China, 22 May : wind energy and resource mgt FIEOS 06 France 8 July: renewable energy & water mgt ISEIM 06 US 30 July: air quality and climate IGARSS 06 India 26 Sept: health ISPRS TCIV Chile Nov: Geospatial

7 RECP M. Ahlstrom, WindLogics Inc., USA C. Hasager, RISOE
E. LeDrew, IEEE, Univ. of Waterloo, Canada P. P. Mathieu, ESA J. Pearlman, IEEE, Boeing, USA T. Ranchin, Ecole des Mines de Paris, France M. Schroedter-Homscheidt, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR), Germany

8 The objective of the Renewable Energy Community of Practise (RECP) is to support GEOSS outcomes related to the application of Earth Observation data for renewable energies Relevant areas are: - Siting of power plants and facilities including environmental and sociological issues - Optimized design of power systems and facilities - Yield estimation and resource monitoring based on historic information - Yield forecast based on near real time weather and forecasting - Integration into existing energy supply, e.g. grid & utility system integration - Operation and management of power plants incl. automatic failure detection - Trading and monitoring of power and environmental credits - Environmental monitoring of impacts - Life cycle considerations - Economic analyses

9 The Renewable Energy CP will look for members from:
- end users of EO based information services - national and international industry associations - value adders which provide (partly EO based) information services to end users - national and international energy organisations/programme - research and development in universities, research centers and industries

10 Plan of activities Create working groups on the different renewable energies, identify members and communities, ensure a broad representation Identify existing and anticipated user requirements for the different renewable energies. Identify the present status and gaps in meeting the above requirements, particularly for Earth Observation data, information and systems. Make recommendations how to fulfil requirements and to close gaps. Identify and describe relevant projects including pilot or demonstration projects. Identify synergies between the different renewable energy communities. Document requirements and recommendations Conduct user workshops and user surveys Disseminate GEOSS potential and best practice examples Provide information on standardisation (metadata, protocols, databases,..) Recommendation on incubation projects

11 Wind Energy Working Group Membership (Status 05/ 2006)
North and South America Mark Ahlstrom (Co-chair), CEO, WindLogics Inc. (& IEEE Power Engineering Society) , mobile: , St. Paul, Minnesota, USA Charlie Smith, Utility Wind Integration Group , USA Ellsworth LeDrew, University of Waterloo X 2884, Canada Bruce Angle, Meteorological Service of Canada, Canada Alexandre de Lemos Pereira, Brazilian Wind Energy Center (CBEE), Federal University of Pernambuco, Recife Ç PE, Brazil, phone Europa and Africa Charlotte Bay Hasager (Co-chair), Risø National Laboratory, Wind Energy Department, (fax 5970), Roskilde, Denmark Pierre-Philippe Mathieu, European Space Agency (ESRIN – EOP/SE), Frascati, , Rome, Italy Ignacio Marti Perez, Renewable Energies National Center (CENER) Sarriguren, Navarra, , Spain Usama Usama Said, New and Renewable Energy Authority, Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt, phone , fax Susanne Lehner, German Aerospace Centre, DLR, Marine Remote Sensing, Oberpfaffenhofen, Tel (0) Vladimir Nikolaev, Research and Information Center ‘ATMOGRAPH’, Moscow, , Russia, Tel/fax +007/ , Asia and Australia Yuping Yan (Co-chair), National Climate Center, China Meteorological Administration, 46 Zhongguancun Nandajie,Haidian District, Beijing,100081, China, Tel ,  ,Fax , Venkat Sundaram, India Wind Energy Association, India Qin Haiyan, Chinese Wind Energy Association, Hyun-Goo Kim, Korean Institute of Energy Research, Wind Energy Research Center, 71-2 Jang-dong, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon , Korea (fax 3543) Gregory Ayers, CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Castray Esplanade, Hobart, Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania 7001, Australia, Tel (+61 3) , International organisations EWEA: European Wind Energy Association Frans Van Hulle, EWEA, , Brussels, Belgium IEA: International Energy Agency Ana Estanqueiro, IEA, Portugal Other interested parties: Guy Duchossois, GEO, General assistance: Jay Pearlman, Chief Technologist, Boeing , Seattle, Washington, USA

12 Solar Energy Working Group Membership (Status 08/ 2006)
North and South America David Renne, NREL (Co-Chair), National Renewable Energy Laboratory, 1617 Cole Boulevard, Golden, Colorado USA, , Anne-Marie Valton, Environment Canada, Terrasses La Chaudière, 10, Wellington Gatineau (Québec), K1A 0H3,  , Richard Perez, address? Frederik Morse, Europa and Africa Marion Schroedter-Homscheidt, (Co-Chair), Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. (DLR), Oberpfaffenhofen, , Germany Lucien Wald, Centre Energetique et Procedes, Ecole des Mines de Paris / Armines / CNRS (FRE 2861) BP 207, F Sophia Antipolis cedex, +33- (0) Hans-Georg Beyer, Institut für Elektrotechnik, Hochschule Magdeburg-Stendal (FH), Breitscheidstrasse 2, D Magdeburg, , Richard Meyer, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. (DLR), Oberpfaffenhofen, , Germany Detlev Heinemann, Universität Oldenburg, Emilio Simeone, Flyby, via Puini 97, Int. 26, Livorno, Italy, Eusébio Z.E. Conceição, FCMA, University of Algarve, Campus de Gambelas, Faro, Portugal, Manuala J.R. Lúcio, Regional Directory of Education of Algarve, Sítio das Figuras, EN 125, Faro, Portugal, Asia and Australia International organisations European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA) Michel Viaud, Secretary General, Rue d’Arlon 63-65, B-1040 Brussels, Belgium, , (proposed) United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) Mark Radka, Tour Mirabeau,39-43 quai André Citroën, Paris Cedex 15, +33 (1) , European Commission – DG Joint Research Centre Marcel Suri, Institute for Environment and Sustainability, Renewables Energies Unit, Via E. Fermi 1, TP 450, I Ispra (VA), Italy,

13 Ocean Energy Working Group Membership (Status 08/ 2006)
North and South America Europa and Africa Thierry Ranchin, Ecole des Mines de Paris (ENSMP), Sophia Antipolis, , France Han Wensink, (Co-Chair), ARGOSS, PT Marknesse, , The Netherlands Michel Paillard, (to be confimed) IFREMER, Brest, +33 (0) , France Antonio Sarmento (to be confirmed), Technical University of Lisbon +???, Portugal Asia and Australia xxx International organisations Other interested parties: European Ocean Energy Association Alla Weinstein (Co-Chair confirmed ???), President of EU-OEA

14 Wind Energy Community of Practice
Charlotte Bay Hasager, Risø Mark Ahlstrom, WindLogics/IEEE Yuping Yan, China Meteorological Administration Marion Schroedter-Homscheidt, (DLR), Oberpfaffenhofen Thierry Ranchin, Ecole des Mines (Renewables CP)

15 Objectives – Wind Energy CP
Support GEOSS outcomes related to application of EO data toward valuable wind energy results: Siting Forecasting Integration Operations Wind energy community: users of the energy, weather & climate components of the GEOSS effort

16 Societal Benefit Why Wind Energy Now?
Wind is fastest growing source of energy in the world today Huge potential in both developed and developing countries Dramatic benefit in improved siting, energy varies with cube of wind speed Improved forecasting crucial to utility integration and operations

17 Justification Improved wind energy understanding requires disparate information that go beyond existing collaborative activities: Weather data archives for site modeling Weather forecasting in all timeframes Boundary layer meteorology Climate analysis and long-term variability Extreme event analysis and temporal change GIS, land use data, surface roughness data

18 Offshore Wind Energy EO-based wave statistics
to support design of vessels for operations & maintenance Active remote sensing for resource assessment Scatterometer Coarse Resolution (O(25)km) Good temporal frequency Long-term archive BUT does not work close to coast where wind farms are built Synthetic Aperture Radar High Resolution (O(150)m) BUT Low temporal revisit Archive (mainly ERS, ENVISAT, RADARSAT) Need to combine EO sources, but better used to get the spatial variability rather than magnitude What is the availability of wind farms? Can I send a vessel to repair? Why kind of vessels? Should I invest in maintenance or more turbines? Courtesy ARGOS (NL) & BMT (UK)

19 Onshore Wind Energy EO-based roughness & Digital Elevation Model for wind modeling Contributing to Enhanced Wind Energy Modeling Results Courtesy ARMINES (FR) Courtesy WindLogics (USA)

20 Adding to the Value Chain Information & Services
Raw EO data Information & Services End-User Application Backscatter from Synthetic Aperture Radar Wind rose retrieved through numerical model of boundary layer Integration with ancillary data Sources into user analysis Aim to make the end-to-end EO value chain more effective by: Delivering information services Organising the supply (e.g. developing infrastructure) Federating the demand (e.g. user-pull, not technology pushed) E.g. integrate geoinformation into third party software and services used as standards in the wind industry

21 Wind Life Cycle / Data Needs
Courtesy Armines (Fr) Data Requirements depend on the phase Spans all time horizons: Hindcast - archives Nowcast - monitoring Forecast - modelling

22 Wind energy can be the model for a broader Renewable Energy Community for GEOSS
Science Services Innovation Algorithms Feedback Applications

23 Next Steps for RECP Series of small workshops (regional?)
Questionnaire, all RECP components Develop an on-line registry Specific questions for major planning workshop What are the key questions What is the existing technical capacity What are the existing and required operational and technical support facilities What do the users need in 5 and 10 years What are the key metrics and milestones that we can address What is the degree of precision and accuracy required for operational activities Relationship of RECP to larger group here, and globally (IGOS?)

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