Increasing turbine output onshore
When: Thursday, 25 November 2021, 9:00 - 10:30
Where: Auditorium A11
Over the last years, wind energy prices have reduced sharply thanks to comprehensive actions on LCOE reduction. These actions have been taken in various fields such as procurement, manufacturing optimization, etc. However, one of the main areas of optimization has been related to the design of wind turbine components and to the operation of the same. For mature markets, the best onshore locations usually already have a wind farm project in place at operation. Thus, one way to reduce LCOE in such locations is to increase Annual Energy Production (AEP). Increasing the turbine output in onshore locations is the main topic of this session, in which various solutions are presented.
Commercial Director - Wind Energy Convertors & Controls, Ingeteam
Correlation between wake field data and wake modelling applied to wind farm performance improvement.
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy
Transferability of site-dependent wind turbine performance predictions using machine learning
OST - Eastern Switzerland University of Applied Sciences
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Independent digital solution for optimisation of performance, maintenance processes and lifetime, a fleet wide case study
Assessment of nacelle-mounted LIDAR for onshore power performance testing - ENGIE North America, GE Renewable Energy, DNV and Leosphere collaboration
Leosphere, a Vaisala Company