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|ECN part of TNO||R&D/University/Institute||Netherlands|
ECN part of TNO
ECN (Energy research Centre of the Netherlands) is the Netherlands flagship R&D and services center for sustainable energy technologies. In the field of wind energy, ECN is a true pioneer and technical authority. It’s internationally leading position has been built up through 40 years of dedicated investment and experience. At ECN, in-depth knowledge of the whole wind power plant system is combined with world leading full scale test facilities and accredited measurement experts. Since April 1st 2018, ECN has joined forces with TNO and has become ‘ECN part of TNO’.(hereafter to be called “ECN”) TNO is an independent research organization. The TNO-law gives us a number of special tasks and frameworks and linking it to specific conditions under which we have to perform our work. Today, ECN part of TNO wind energy’s core mission is to reduce the cost of offshore wind energy. This is achieved by applying innovative solutions in the industry and driving ground breaking R&D forward. ECN supports companies at the design, implementation and operational level.
Onshore ◆ Bottom-fixed offshore ◆ Floating offshore ◆ Control Systems ◆ Rotor Blades ◆ Towers ◆ Foundations - manuf. ◆ Computer software, IoT and communications ◆ Wind forecast/Resource Assessment ◆ Data Analysis ◆ Recycling ◆ Training ◆ Construction ◆ Foundations - install. ◆ Transportation ◆ Infrastructure ◆ Decommissioning ◆ Vessels - brokering ◆ R&D/University/Institute
|ForWind - Center for Wind Energy Research||R&D/University/Institute||Germany|
ForWind - Center for Wind Energy Research
ForWind is the joint Center for Wind Energy Research of the Universities of Oldenburg Hannover and Bremen. As a scientific headquarters ForWind bundles wind energy research activities from the universities into a broad spectrum within the areas of physics and engineering. ForWind conducts fundamental and applied research in wind energy.
Onshore ◆ Bottom-fixed offshore ◆ Floating offshore ◆ Computer software, IoT and communications ◆ Electrical ◆ Environmental impact assessment ◆ Wind forecast/ Resource Assessment ◆ Data Analysis ◆ Recycling ◆ Training ◆ R&D/University/Institute ◆ Civil/Mechanical services providers
OWI-Lab is the Belgian research, development and innovation (RD&I) lab for wind energy embedded in Sirris. This platform is supporting innovation within the full value chain of wind energy but is focusing on the emerging sectors of 'offshore wind energy' and wind energy in harsh environments as ‘cold & hot climate wind energy’. The aim of our RD&I projects is to reduce investment and O&M costs, and make the technology and operations more efficient and reliable as possible to compete with traditional energy sources . To do so we collaborate in a strong partnership with the University of Brussels (VUB), University of Ghent (UGent) and others. OWI-Lab facilitates also test & measurement infrastructure (large climatic test chamber, corrosion testing, vibration measurement & monitoring systems,...) and is coordinating the IBN Offshore Energy cluster – a Belgian innovation network of companies and knowledge centers that work on wind energy RD&I in an open innovation context.
|OX2 Wind||Project Developer/Operator||Sweden|
The OX2 Group offers sustainable and financially attractive products and services within large-scale wind power, distributed energy solutions and biogas production. By increasing the availability of renewable energy and improving the recycling of organic waste, OX2 is promoting the transition towards a renewable energy sector and a circular economy. OX2 Wind develops, builds and operates-as-a-service wind projects in the Nordics, Baltics and continental Europe. OX2 has by end of 2017 achieved construction start for over 1 500 MW of on-shore wind, of which over half backed by PPAs.
|Tecnalia Research & Innovation Foundation||R&D/University/Institute||Spain|
Tecnalia Research & Innovation Foundation
Tecnalia develops new technologies and qualified services focusing on reducing costs over the whole wind life-cycle sector. Foundation design. Multi-functional materials and coatings. Composite recycling. High power electronic electric machines and grid integration. Smart technologies for manufacturing and assembly. Predictive maintenance and control. Advanced industrial instruments. Material and electrical laboratories.
|TÜV NORD||Certification/Classification Body||Germany|
Operating in more than 70 countries worldwide, we owe our leading market position to our technical competence and the wide range of services. More than 30 years of experience made TÜV NORD to a leading Certification Body in the wind industry. We employ specialized and qualified engineers for all technical disciplines along all areas of renewables including onshore and offshore wind, solar/PV, concentrated solar power, biomass and biogas, grids and grid integration as well as storage.
Onshore ◆ Bottom-fixed offshore ◆ Floating offshore ◆ Electrical ◆ Environmental impact assessment ◆ Health & Safety ◆ Market & Business Analysis ◆ Wind forecast/Resource Assessment ◆ Data Analysis ◆ Recycling ◆ Training ◆ Certification/Classification Body