RMetS: Energy, Weather and Climate Forum: Challenges and Opportunities
Organized by the Royal Meteorological Society’s Energy Special Interest Group
Energy, Weather and Climate Forum: Challenges and Opportunities
12 October 2023, Virtual event
About the event:
Weather and climate information is increasingly being used in the energy sector. There are many great examples of it being used to effectively predict and manage energy supply and demand. However, there are still gaps in our knowledge of this intersection, and ways of improving how weather and climate data can be effectively integrated into energy sector decision making. There is also the challenge that different users within the energy sector operate on different temporal and spatial scales.
To address these gaps and challenges, the Royal Meteorological Society’s Energy Special Interest Group is hosting an Energy Forum on 12 October 2022, a free virtual half-day event that will give attendees the chance to discuss and propose solutions. There will be three streams on the day: operational and maintenance; trading and strategic planning; long-term planning. We will first hear three short keynote speeches, discussing these timescales and giving background on the physical science behind forecasting on each timescale
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