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Enel Green Power – Premium sponsor
Enel Green Power is the Enel Group company dedicated to the development, construction and operation of renewables across the world, with a presence in Europe, the Americas, Asia, Africa and Oceania. Enel Green Power is a global leader in the green energy sector with a managed capacity of more than 43 GW across a generation mix that includes wind, solar, geothermal and hydropower, and is at the forefront of integrating innovative technologies into renewable power plants.
Prysmian Group – Executive Sponsor
Prysmian Group is the proud sponsor of the networking tool for this event
Prysmian Group is the worldwide leader in energy cables, telecom cables and the systems industry. We offer an unparalleled product and service portfolio which we support with investments and know-how to ensure that we are always at the forefront of technology innovation.
Through Prysmian PowerLink, the Group designs, produces and installs high and extra high voltage cables and systems for the underground and submarine power transmission directly from power stations to primary distribution grids. As a worldwide leader in the submarine cable industry, Prysmian can count on excellent project management capabilities and cutting edge services thanks to its state-of-the-art cable-laying vessels fleet and a wide range of burial tools, offering extended project versatility.
Today we proudly stand as the worldwide leader with operations on 6 continents, 112 manufacturing plants, 25 R&D centers and nearly 30,000 employees. As a major public company, we are committed to creating value for all of our stakeholders, adopting a sustainable approach in all aspects of our business and maintaining a transparent relationship with our investors.
- Tuesday 9 June
UL – Executive Sponsor
UL is a trusted independent advisory, testing, inspection and certification body for a broad range of industries. Our comprehensive portfolio of renewable energy solutions help stakeholders plan, design, finance, build, invest, operate, maintain, and manage wind both on land and offshore, and solar throughout the project lifecycle and across the value chain.
With offices in over 140 countries, a team of over 500 experts, and 35 years of experience we are well positioned to help mitigate risk and navigate complexities associated with renewable energy to empower successful outcomes.
UL is a market leader in Asset Management consulting solutions: UL digital twins and digital platforms help wind farm owners to understand much better the production and health of their assets and create the basis to maximize the return of the investments.
Our side events
Predicting real windfarm performance: interim results of UL’s ongoing backcast study for European projects
8 June, 16:30 – 17:30
Michael C. Brower, PhD, Vice President – UL Renewable Energy
Accurate pre-construction energy production estimates are vital for maintaining confidence in financial assessments of prospective wind projects. While uncertainty is always present, and it is normal to observe errors at individual projects, it is important that the average error, or bias, of pre-construction estimates for a representative sample of projects remain within an acceptable margin from zero. UL regularly verifies the accuracy of its energy production estimation methods against actual plant performance and assesses the causes of any discrepancies observed; the result is called a “backcast study”. Interim results from the most recent such study for European projects, which is ongoing, will be presented, with discussion of implications for UL’s energy-estimation methods.
Evolutions of UL’s software & data for energy yield assessment
10 June, 16:30 – 17:30
Santiago Pares, Business Development Manager – Iberia & Middle East
Need for an affordable preliminary energy assessment, an optimization of your microgrids or a simulation of the blockage effect ? Join UL’s team to learn about the new solutions and latest developments available for wind engineers.
Main contact at eventThibaut Labonde [email protected]
- PO021 Cyrille Huant, Asset Advisory Services Renewables, UL International
Effects of topography on turbine LiDAR measurements; a case study.
- PO067 Edward Burin des Roziers, Wind Measurement Technical Expert, UL International Assessment of agglomerated LiDAR calibration results as a function of environmental variables
- PO079 Juan José Trujillo, Research Engineer, UL International
Measuring effects of the Borkum Riffgrund 1 wind farm on FINO1 by means of long range lidar
- PO053 Kai Moennich, Senior Engineering Lead, UL International
How Certain is Our Estimate of the Future Wind Conditions? – A look at Long-Term Trends
- PO056 Matteo Ranaboldo, UL International
Improved methods for adjusting mesoscale model outputs to in-situ met mast data
- PO101 Tom Lambert Windographer Product Manager, UL International
Reducing Uncertainty by Reconstructing Data Across Met Towers
Climate Scale – Supporter
Climate Scale provides high resolution climate data and information to assess current climate trends and future climate change impacts for a large range of applications, including the wind industry.
Powered by Vortex modelling technology, the platform used by Climate Scale extends its innovative business model to climate change applications. Our high-resolution model uses CMIP climate model projections under the same emission scenarios analysed by the IPCC, to drive a robust atmospheric down-scaling modelling chain. Climate Scale offers access to high fidelity future climate trend and variability information at an enhanced resolution information in user-friendly formats, even to those with no familiarity with the complexity of climate modelling data. Indeed, it is not trivial to work with data from climate change models.
Our team will help you recognize the context of a changing climate in your application as well as dealing with the inherent uncertainty of future simulations. Climate Scale has been developed with the support of the European Commission’s Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S). Please do get in touch with us during the workshop and visit our website at climatescale.com for more information.
- Thursday 11 June
EMD – Supporter
EMD International A/S, established in 1986, is a global software and consulting company, supplying software, consultancy, training and know-how to companies and institutions worldwide in the pre- and post-construction phases of wind farm projects, hybrid power solutions and complex energy systems schemes. Our leading windPRO and energyPRO software suites are used by manufacturers, utilities, developers, consultants and public institutions in more than 100 countries and are recognized and accepted worldwide by financing institutions and local authorities as independent and industry-standard assessment and analysis tools.
Our side events
Introduction to Post construction analysis, using windPRO 3.4, 64bit
8 June, 17:00 – 18:00
Henrik S. Pedersen, EMD
Presentation of Post Construction methodology 10min
Demonstration of new features, as implemented in windPRO PERFORMANCE CHECK
IEC61400-1 ed. 4 and lifetime assessments using windPRO SITE COMPLIANCE & LOAD RESPONSE
9 June 16:30 – 17:30
Lasse Svenningsen, EMD
Presentation of IEC ed. 4 site assessments using SITE COMPLIANCE module, certified by TÜV SÜD.
Demonstration of lifetime assessments following DNVGL-ST-0262 in LOAD RESPONSE.
Instant and Accurate: New Geospatial Datasets in windPRO
10 June, 16:15 – 17:15
Morten L. Thøgersen, EMD
In windPRO you have online access to almost 100 global, regional or national geospatial datasets and more are added continuously.
Today, windPRO online-data services cover reference wind data, turbine locations, elevation data, roughness mapping, aerial imagery, topography-maps, bathymetry models and canopy heights.
The newest dataset additions are covered in this presentation – including EMD WRF Europe+ and ERA5-T.
Advanced curtailments in windPRO 3.4
11 June, 17:30 – 18:30
Maurizio Motta, EMD
Presentation of advanced curtailments in windPRO.
Demonstration of the new features.
Main contact at eventHenrik S. Pedersen, [email protected]
- Monday 8 June
Plenary – Uncertainty
Vortex – Supporter
Vortex is the proud sponsor of the poster area
Vortex is an online modelling service that offers wind resource data ready to use, for any stage of the wind farm development and for any coordinate around the world.
Vortex started its technology development more than 15 years ago by former wind professionals. Our products have been designed after intensive dialogue with the wind industry.
Our on-demand approach allows us to always offer the latest reanalysis data and atmospheric modelling technology available, being the pioneers of using WRF-LES to generate high resolution time series with turbulence.
- Wednesday 10 June
Latest news in models and data