Short Term Renewable Energy Forecasting Based on Feed Forward Back Propagation Neural Network Strategy

Authors: Dhanalaxmi H R, Anitha G S, Sunil Kumar A V

Abstract: The fundamental inputs used as a renewable energy source are wind speed and solar radiation. Both parameters are very nonlinear and depending on their surroundings. As a result, reliable prediction of these characteristics is required for usage in a variety of agricultural, industrial, transportation, and environmental applications since they reduce greenhouse gas emissions and are environmentally benign. In this study, we used a Feed Forward Back Propagation Neural Network (FFBPN) technique to predict proper data such as temperature, relative moisture, sun radiations, rain, and wind speed. The FFBPN will be trained in such a way that it can conduct hybrid forecasting with little changes to the programming codes, ranging from hourly (short term forecasting) to daily forecasting (medium term forecasting). This feature is one of the significant improvements, showing the suggested hybrid renewable energy forecasting system's high robustness. Because the hybrid forecasting system is a unique approach, the system's accuracy will be determined by comparing the findings to the corresponding values of the persistent model, a stand-alone forecasting model. Finally, the completely created system package could be sold and/or used in future research initiatives to help researcher’s analyses, validate, and illustrate their models across a variety of areas.

Pages: 1109-1118

DOI: 10.46300/9106.2022.16.134

International Journal of Circuits, Systems and Signal Processing, E-ISSN: 1998-4464, Volume 16, 2022, Art. #134