IBM taps Big Data to boost renewable power output

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Hybrid Renewable Energy Forecasting promises to increase output from wind and solar projects by around 10 per cent through accurate weather forecasting

IBM has officially launched a new weather modelling system specifically designed to help renewable energy generators and utilities accurately predict output from wind and solar farms, allowing them to...

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