WindEurope is the voice of the industry with over 400 members headquartered in more than 30 countries, making it the world’s largest and most powerful wind energy network.
Component material/Equipment manufacturer
Wind Turbine Manufacturer
Utility / Power Generation / Energy Company
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UBIMET is the leading private weather service provider that processes highly accurate meteorological data into customised prediction and statistical products for the energy sector. UBIMET offers probabilistic multi-model wind power prediction systems, wind time series including long-term correction of measured wind data (MCP), historical re-analysis data, accurate weather forecasts and wind energy indices.
|UKA Group||Project Developer/Operator||Germany|
|Ukrainian Wind Energy Association, a public union||Wind energy association||Ukraine|
Ukrainian Wind Energy Association, a public union
THE UKRAINIAN WIND ENERGY ASSOCIATION (UWEA) is All-Ukrainian non-profit, public organisation aimed at promoting wind energy technologies and ensuring wind energy industry’s interests on the national and international levels. The UWEA links together wind power project developers, wind power equipment manufacturers and suppliers, utilities, construction companies, scientists and researches, lawyers, NGOs, consumers and others involved in the wind industry of Ukraine.
|UL Rewewables||Consultancy/Service Provider||Germany|
Leaders in Renewable Energy UL is a trusted independent advisory, testing, inspection and certification body for a broad range of industries. In the renewable energy space, UL works to help manufacturers, developers, owners, investors, lenders, utilities and policy makers navigate the risk and complexity associated with renewable resources. We have become a trusted advisor by providing access to proven science and expert engineering, and by offering innovative solutions to meet the unique challenges of the renewable energy industry. We pride ourselves on being accessible, flexible and keenly responsive to the needs of our clients. UL now delivers an even more extensive portfolio of renewable energy services, through the acquisitions of AWS Truepower (2016) and DEWI (2012). With offices in over 140 countries, a team of over 500 experts, and 35 years of experience, we advise on wind and solar projects, as well as battery and energy storage technologies, helping our clients make them safer, compliant, and perform to the highest standards. Our goal is to empower trust in renewable energy throughout the project lifecycle and across the supply chain.
Certification/Classification Body ◆ Computer software, IoT and communications ◆ Electrical ◆ Environmental impact assessment ◆ Health & Safety ◆ Market & Business Analysis ◆ Wind forecast/ Resource Assessment ◆ Data Analysis ◆ R&D/University/Institute
|Ulke Enerji||Operations & Maintenance||Turkey|
|University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer; Faculty of Maritime Science and Institute for logistics||R&D/University/Institut||Germany|
University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer; Faculty of Maritime Science and Institute for logistics
Onshore ◆ Bottom-fixed offshore ◆ Computer software, IoT and communications ◆ Data Analysis ◆ Training ◆ Other association ◆ Transportation ◆ Cranes ◆ Infrastructure ◆ Decommissioning ◆ R&D/University/Institute
|University of Applied Sciences Rapperswil||R&D/University/Institute||Switzerland|
University of Applied Sciences Rapperswil
Wind energy is the fastest growing renewable energy source in the world and has correspondingly reached a high level of significance in the energy branch. We are the first University of Applied Sciences in Switzerland with a research programme specifically for wind energy - and we are engaged in exciting and demanding topics relevant to a digital, renewable future.
|University of Stavanger||R&D/University/Institute||Norway|
University of Stavanger
University of Stavanger (UiS) has 8300 students and 1200 staff. The academic activity is organized within the Faculty of Arts and Education Faculty of Social Science and Faculty of Science and Technology and the Museum of Archaeology. Plus the Research Institute of Stavanger (IRIS). The university is a partner in the Norwegian Centre for Offshore Wind Energy (NORCOWE).
|University of Strathclyde||R&D/University/Institute||United Kingdom|
University of Strathclyde
Industry Sectors: R&D / University / Institute The University of Strathclyde, located in Glasgow city centre, is a multi-award-winning UK university. We are home to over 22000 students from 100 countries.
Uppsala University has a turnover for 700 Euro, employees are 7,000, 40,000 students, three disciplinary domains and nine faculties. The Department of Earth Sciences at Uppsala University has over 250 employees and teaches more than 2200 students every year. Our focus is on research which means that 75% of what we do is research and 25% is education. At least 30 nationalities are represented at the department. Campus Gotland's Wind Power division conducts research in a range of topics including wind turbine wakes and wake interactions, planning and acceptance for wind power and wind power decommissioning among others. The overall objective of Uppsala University Campus Gotland’s group is to maintain and further develop knowledge of wind energy though research, innovation and education. Research: Our research focuses are on increasing the understanding of wind turbine wakes and wake interactions, stability of the tip vortices as well as the optimization of large wind farms. Education: The Department of Earth Sciences offers an international Master programme (1-year) on Campus Gotland, the Master Programme in Wind Power Project Management as well as a 2-year version, Master Programme in Wind Power Project Management. The Department also offers an international Bachelor's programme, Bachelor Programme in Energy Transition - Sustainability and Leadership. We are also managing several net-based freestanding courses focusing on wind power planning and project development that form the bachelor’s track Wind Power Project Development. The courses are given in English and Swedish and can be combined to a major in a bachelor's degree in Energy Technology. Outreach: Collaboration, out-reach, is the third important task for the division. Here we commission programs for vocational schools and professional training as well as carry out research communication and various knowledge-building activities.
|USE61400-25 user group||Certification/Classification Body||Denmark|