Systematic Framework for Integration of Weather Data into Prediction Models for the Electric Grid Outage and Asset Management Applications

Kezunovic, Mladen
Obradovic, Zoran
Djokic, Tatjana
Roychoudhury, Shoumik
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This paper describes a Weather Impact Model (WIM) capable of serving a variety of predictive applications ranging from real-time operation and day-ahead operation planning, to asset and outage management. The proposed model is capable of combining various weather parameters into different weather impact features of interest to a specific application. This work focuses on the development of a universal weather impacts model based on the logistic regression embedded in a Geographic Information System (GIS). It is capable of merging massive data sets from historical outage and weather data, to real-time weather forecast and network monitoring measurements, into a feature known as weather hazard probability. The examples of the outage and asset management applications are used to illustrate the model capabilities.
Resilient Networks, Weather predictions; outage management; asset management; data analytics
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