Opening speeches 09:15 – 10:45
Post-construction validation 11:30 – 13:00
Uncertainty 13:30 – 14:30
windPRO 3.4 – New 64-bit Post Construction Calculation Features 15:00 – 16:30
Blockage and wakes 17:00 – 18:30
Vertical & Scanning LiDARs 17:00 – 18:30
End-of-life and business models
CEO, Enel Green Power
Plenary session 1: Post-construction validation
Director, Group Leader, Renewables, Strategic Research and Innovation, DNV GL
Research Computational Scientist, NREL
An independent evaluation of pre-construction energy estimate methodologies
Senior Researcher, NREL
Wind Plant Performance Prediction (WP3) Benchmark: a large scale data sharing initiative and independent validation of pre-construction energy estimate methods
VP Advanced Analytics, Power Factors
Complementary Analyses: CMS and Advanced Analytics
Plenary session 2: Uncertainty
Wind Farm Lead specialist, R&D Roadmap manager, Ørsted
Data Scientist, DNV GL
Stochastic Engine: how to deal with uncertainty and mitigating risks in time series modelling problems
Project Manager, Load Specialist, EMD International A/S
Wind climate uncertainties and their importance in wind turbine load assessment
Post-Doctoral Researcher, NREL
How wrong can the uncertainty estimate of a wind farm annual energy production be when we ignore the correlation between the uncertainty components?
Wind Expert, Tractebel
Uncertainty on wind direction and its consequence on energy yield
Lead Research Scientist, UL International
Modelling hourly power generation and plant losses at multiple operational plants
windPRO 3.4 – New 64-bit Post Construction Calculation Features
Henrik Sundgaard Pedersen
Senior Wind Consultant, EMD International A/S
Get an introduction to the new Post Construction features included in the windPRO 3.4 Performance Check module
Demonstration of new windPRO Post Construction features (13:30 – 14:30)
- Enhanced data handling with 64-bit processing.
- How to merge error/event logs into 10min SCADA data.
- Test & correct for consistent nacelle wind speed.
- Pareto analysis of most severe causes of lost production, Mean time between failures and Mean time to repair.
- Long term correction of Potential Production.
- Future Net Production including losses.
Q&A time (14:30 – 15:00)
Plenary session 3: Blockage and Wakes
Chair, ETIPWind Advisory Group
Engineering Manager – Energy Technology, Frazer-Nash Consultancy Ltd
Developing and Appraising a Toolbox of Numerical Models to Quantify Global Blockage Effects
Nicolai Gayle Nygaard
Lead Wind Energy Analyst, Ørsted
Do we understand wind farm blockage and cluster wakes?
Principal Engineer, CFD Lead, DNV GL
Wind farm scale blockage: offshore and onshore
Head of Section, DTU Wind Energy
Modelling wind farm cluster wake impacts on the ambitious scenarios for wind energy exploitation in the German Bight using two methodologies
Senior Research Engineer, UL International GmbH
Offshore wind farm wake recovery and its representation in engineering wake models
Resource Assessment – LiDARS Vertical & Scanning
Head of Wind Center of Excellence, Enel Green Power
Principal Engineer, DNV GL
Are offshore met masts dead in the water?
Research manager, Meteodyn
Consideration of the boundary layer stability on the flow correction of Lidar measurements for complex terrain
Researcher, DLR e.V.
Scanning, pulsed Doppler wind lidar applications for wind-energy research
Data Science Manager, RES (Renewable Energy Systems Ltd)
A Holistic Approach to Designing Dual Doppler Scanning LiDAR Site Assessment Measurement Campaigns
Researcher, Fraunhofer IEE
Challenges for multi-lidar measurements in wind energy applications
Operational Assessment – End of Life and Business Models
European Affairs and Studies, Elettricità Futura
Luca di Carlo
Scientific Secretary, ANEV
Senior Engineer, CENER
State of health of wind farms using SCADA and digital twins based on aeroelastic models
Business Development Manager – Mediterranean, UL International
The current O&M strategies and their impacts on the windfarm performances
Chief Technology Officer, Nefino GmbH
Repowering potentials of end-of-life turbines: Macroscale spatial planning analyses of national wind fleets
Head of Sales, 8.2 Consulting AG
Lifetime extension reports and the approach to analyze the trend of old turbines for the period of the remaining lifetime – Results and challenges based on 1 000 lifetime extension assessments
European Affairs and Studies, Elettricità Futura – imprese elettriche italiane
Introduction on repowering in Italy