From measurements to long-term estimates: which prospecting methods work best today?
When: Wednesday, 26 September 2018, 11:00 - 12:15
Where: Room: Bilbao
How can we best estimate the long-term wind resource involving on-site measurements, and what are the requirements on these measurements? The session is about these two basic questions and finds answers both for onshore and offshore projects.
- comprehend how (too) short measurement datasets may influence the wind resource estimate and which corrections may help
- Get an idea of the representativeness and variability of long-term reference datasets
- Be informed how a new roadmap pushes the commercial acceptance of floating lidar technology to provide bankable on-site data for offshore projects
Senior Scientist, Fraunhofer IWES
Senior Lead offshore Windfarm Engineer, Ørsted
Short-term LiDAR measurements for wind resource assessment – How long is long enough?
Senior Specialist Wind Assessment, Ramboll Energy
Progressing commercial acceptance of floating LiDAR devices with an updated roadmap
Senior Engineer, DNV GL
Evolution of the wind resource over the last 30 to 45 years for 10 European regions (France, Germany and UK). Variability analyses and update of the uncertainty on long term prediction process.
Wind Analyst, Eoltech
A global study in the cutting edge for long-term reference data for wind resource assessment
Team Manager, Lloyd's Register