It's hard to read. I know it's not a long paragraph, but something about reading in a web browser makes paragraphs of even modest length feel like an eternity. I always use lots and lots of line breaks when I post here and I appreciate it when others do the same.
Or just look at any post by one of the top users. You very rarely see paragraphs bigger than you'd find in a newspaper.
It seems trivial but it makes a huge difference. There is a relatively small (and possibly shrinking) number of active, knowledgeable users on this site. Even a tiny difficulty in answering a question can be a good excuse to skip it. That's especially true when, as gung said, the topic is specialized and chances are any answer will involve some research.
Also, "power load functions" are not something most people will be familiar with. You absolutely must describe your data.
And finally, I hate to say it but it's also kind of a "let me Google that for you" question. I know because I Googled "time series random forest" and I immediately got 5 results that seemed like they'd be directly helpful. I'll post them in a comment on the question itself.