Solar radiation components assessment is a highly required parameter for solar energy applications. Due to the non-stationary behavior of solar radiation parameters and variety of atmosphere conditions, stand-alone forecasting models are insufficient for providing accurate estimation in some cases. In this respect, different hybrid models have been proposed in recent years to overcome the limitations of single models and boost the forecasting precision. In this paper, acomprehensive literature review of the recent trends in hybrid model techniques for solar radiation components assessment is presented. The main objective behind this study is to present a comparative study between different hybrid models, explore their application, and identify promising and potential models for solar radiation application assessment. The performance ranking of each hybrid model is complicated due the diversity of the data length and scale, forecasting horizon, performance metrics, time step and climate condition. Overall, the presented study provides preliminary guidelines for a complete view of the hybrid models and tools that can be used in order to improve solar radiation assessment.

A Comprehensive Review of Hybrid Models for Solar Radiation Forecasting / Guermoui, M.; Melgani, F.; Gairaa, K.; Mekhalfi, M. L.. - In: JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION. - ISSN 0959-6526. - 258:(2020), pp. 12035701-12035730. [10.1016/j.jclepro.2020.120357]

A Comprehensive Review of Hybrid Models for Solar Radiation Forecasting

F. Melgani;
2020-01-01

Abstract

Solar radiation components assessment is a highly required parameter for solar energy applications. Due to the non-stationary behavior of solar radiation parameters and variety of atmosphere conditions, stand-alone forecasting models are insufficient for providing accurate estimation in some cases. In this respect, different hybrid models have been proposed in recent years to overcome the limitations of single models and boost the forecasting precision. In this paper, acomprehensive literature review of the recent trends in hybrid model techniques for solar radiation components assessment is presented. The main objective behind this study is to present a comparative study between different hybrid models, explore their application, and identify promising and potential models for solar radiation application assessment. The performance ranking of each hybrid model is complicated due the diversity of the data length and scale, forecasting horizon, performance metrics, time step and climate condition. Overall, the presented study provides preliminary guidelines for a complete view of the hybrid models and tools that can be used in order to improve solar radiation assessment.
2020
Guermoui, M.; Melgani, F.; Gairaa, K.; Mekhalfi, M. L.
A Comprehensive Review of Hybrid Models for Solar Radiation Forecasting / Guermoui, M.; Melgani, F.; Gairaa, K.; Mekhalfi, M. L.. - In: JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION. - ISSN 0959-6526. - 258:(2020), pp. 12035701-12035730. [10.1016/j.jclepro.2020.120357]
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