demonstrate how SHP could benefit from (very) short (< 1 day) to extended range (> 1 week) water inflow forecasts at the water intake in Gletsch. This will be achieved by combining different numerical models recently developed at MeteoSwiss, SLF, WSL, a.o. with real-time data.
estimate the impact of climate change on the inflow in a snowmelt dominated tributary of a small hydropower plant using a stochastic 2-dimensional weather generator, a high-resolution energy balance snow cover and a gridded hydrological model
Bogner, K.; Liechti, K.; Zappa, M.,
Error correcting and combining multi-model flood forecasting systems.
In: Gourbesville, P.; Cunge, J.; Caignaert, G. (eds),
Advances in hydroinformatics. SimHydro 2017 - choosing the right model in applied hydraulics.
SimHydro conference 2017, Nice, France.