2017-08-19
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    Gewi Planungs- und Vertriebsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG
    ... of maturity. Afterwards build up new wind farm investment companies to finance and operate. This remains that Gewi as initiator of the project is long term... is that in 1989 he was involved in the technical planning and economic conception of Germany's first prospected wind farm, the North Friesland wind farm ( Nordfriesland...
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    VSB Holding GmbH
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    PLAN 8 GmbH
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    Overspeed GmbH & Co. KG
    ... the development of software for offshore windfarm planning and wind farm management to energy storage systems and professional training. Consulting... assessment, wind potential analysis, wind farm layout and management of approval procedures. In focus are mainly projects at “difficult“ sites...
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    TÜV NORD GRUPPE
    ... of a wind turbine or wind farm project. Wind farm planners, operators or financers get the whole spectrum of project related assessment services. ...
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    Siemens AG
    ... and plant-wide human machine interfacing of the wind farm SCADA systems for optimized system management and efficient power production Application.... modular busbar systems Drives engineering with a powerful product portfolio Energy management systems for optimizing the wind farm ...
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    anemos Gesellschaft für Umweltmeteorologie mbH
    ..., METRAS) ensure a high planning reliability for wind farm development and financing. anemos GmbH offers a site specific and a regional wind index which allows wind farm operators and financing institutions a long term rating of the monthly wind conditions. Based on NCEP data, this worldwide windindex is consistent in space and time and available since 1948. It allows a risk assessment based on climatologically stable time periods. The simulation of regional wind conditions with a high spatial and temporal resolution is a core competence of anemos GmbH. These data provide the basis for the long term correlation of wind measurements and wind turbine energy production. ...
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    Windrad Engineering GmbH
    ... Windrad Engineering offers services for manufacturers and wind farm developers as well as for other engineering consultants. Having worked for many years in wind turbine development, we are particularly strong where detailed calculations, models, and simulations, where competent measurements and data analyses are needed. Among others, our fields of work are load calculations onshore and offshore component design FE analyses measurement and data analyses site approvals software engineering ...
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    EuroWind GmbH
    ... for their wind farm projects, EuroWind also is an expert on meteorological forecast services for wind and solar energy. Our energy yield assessments..., ERA, and NCAR/NCEP) and high- resolution regional models (HiRLAM and COSMO-EU) provide valuable site assessment information for wind farm project...
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    Prysmian Group
    ... conductors with excellent installation properties. Wind farm cabling: From the low- and medium-voltage cables for the wind farm infrastructure, through...
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Products

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    Wind & Economy - Strategic Optimisation Software
    ...Wind & Economy is a new software product for the optimization of offshore wind farms. It supports your challenging work with the seamlessly... integrated modelling of wind climate, large scale and localized wind farm effects, electrical loss calculations and derivation of economic key figures...
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Services

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    RET Coursework
    ... and participate in a safety workshop at a local wind farm. Prerequisites: RET 121. RET 141 Electrical Motors/Generator Controls, 3 Cr. This course teaches...
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    Course Descriptions
    ... credits) This course will cover the use of naturally occurring winds to create electricity. Wind farms, collection devices and current status of wind... and practice the skills developed in the first year of the Wind Energy Technology Program in real-world set­tings at an actual wind farm. WET 202 Power...

Latest Wind Energy News

  • Global Marine Group secures cable contract for Rampion Offshore Wind Farm 08/19/2017
    ...Global Marine Group secures cable contract for Rampion Offshore Wind Farm Global Marine Group to install a fibre optic cable at the Rampion Offshore... Wind Farm Upon completion the cable will run from the shore to an offshore substation, providing a vital communications link for this major wind farm. Global...
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    Night Vision For Bird Protection 08/18/2017
    ..., bat The requirements for the construction of onshore wind farms in breeding grounds and habitats of certain bird species are high. During the last... few years enormous progress has been made to reduce the impact of wind farms on birds and bats. Thus, in times of particularly strong bird migration...
  • Northland Power Completes Acquisition of Deutsche Bucht Offshore Wind Farm 08/18/2017
    ...Northland Power Completes Acquisition of Deutsche Bucht Offshore Wind Farm Deutsche Bucht Offshore Wind Farm sold completely to Canadian Northland...
  • Enel signs tax equity agreement for 300 MW Red Dirt Wind Project in the USA 08/18/2017
    ... is common for the development of renewable energy projects in the United States, MUFG and Allianz will pay the above amount to the wind farm owner, Red Dirt... commitment by the two investors, while the closing of the funding is expected upon start of commercial operation of the Red Dirt wind farm. The tax equity...
  • Metocean Monitoring for Hywind Scotland 08/18/2017
    ... solutions for the world's first floating offshore wind farm The world’s first floating wind farm! Partrac, Metocean, Statoil, Hywind, floating... measurement services for Hywind Scotland, the world’s first Floating Wind Farm. Partrac has been contracted for a minimum of 1 year (with multi-year...
  • Scottish Supply Chain Companies Join Forces in Support of £2bn NnG Offshore Wind Farm 08/17/2017
    ...Scottish Supply Chain Companies Join Forces in Support of £2bn NnG Offshore Wind Farm Neart na Gaoithe Offshore Wind Farm gathers supporters Scottish... of organisations that are supportive of the Neart na Gaoithe (NnG) offshore wind farm, consented to be built off the East coast of Scotland, has joined forces to appeal to the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) Scotland to abandon further court action aimed at delaying the project. Scotland, UK, offshore, court, RSPB, birds 29 companies, who will be behind the creation of many of the 600 jobs the offshore wind farm will create during construction and operation, have formed the NnG Offshore Wind Farm Coalition to campaign in support of the project, which is the only major infrastructure project that is ready to build in Scotland next year. In its first collective action, members of the coalition have written an open letter to RSPB Scotland (attached) that is being published in a number of national newspapers today (Wednesday, 16th August). The letter states that the Scottish renewables supply chain can ill afford further delays in the project and appeals to the membership organisation to accept the recent decision of the Scottish courts.  On 19th July, 2017, the Inner House of the Scottish Court of Session rejected RSPB’s request for permission to appeal a previous decision by the Court of Session which gave NnG the green light.  RSPB Scotland has given notice to the interested parties that they now plan to ask the Supreme Court in London directly for permission to lodge a further appeal. The project was originally consented by Scottish Ministers in 2014. NnG is one of four wind farms consented in the outer Forth and Tay estuaries and the only one which has been awarded a Contract for Difference, meaning it is ready to start construction as early as next year. NnG will generate 450 megawatts of electricity – enough green energy to power all the homes in a city the size of Edinburgh – and will displace 400,000 tonnes of CO2 every year from a site 15.5km off the coast of Fife.  It represents an investment of £2 billion, is forecast to create 500 direct jobs during construction and a further 100 direct, permanent jobs once built. Technological developments in wind turbine design in the three years since NnG was originally consented mean that the project now requires 60% fewer turbines than what was originally planned – to generate the same amount of renewable power. Alan Duncan of Scotia Supply Chain, and a spokesperson for the NnG Offshore Wind Farm Coalition, said: “We have come together to call on RSPB Scotland to recognise the serious social, economic and environmental consequences of ignoring the advice of the Inner House of Scotland’s Court of Session and continuing to appeal this decision. Hundreds of families in communities across the east of Scotland will be directly affected should this project not go ahead. Highly skilled jobs, vital apprenticeships and the socio-economic benefits of this project are all at risk for the hard-pressed communities within the region. “While we are sympathetic to the concerns of the RSPB about the planning process, this is about real people, real jobs and real environmental benefit. Scotland cannot afford to put nationally significant infrastructure projects like NnG at risk. We all work in the environmental power sector, developing projects like NnG which will help to combat climate change, protect our environment and create jobs. The project has sought to work with RSPB from day one and we are keen to continue to work together with them to increase industry understanding of how offshore wind assets and wildlife can successfully thrive together. We strongly believe that the output of the legal due process should be respected and we call on the RSPB to abandon their appeal to the Supreme Court and agree to work with us to deliver this exciting project of huge importance to Scotland.” ...
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    GE and AGL develop Australia’s largest wind farm in Coopers Gap, Queensland 08/17/2017
    ...GE and AGL develop Australia’s largest wind farm in Coopers Gap, Queensland GE's turbines will become part of Australia's largest wind farm The 453MW... wind farm is developed by AGL and located in Coopers Gap, Queensland The 453MW wind farm development will power the equivalent of more than 260,000 homes / GE to supply and install 123 wind turbines / This is GE’s first wind farm development in Queensland / GE’s installed wind capacity will reach almost 1.4 GW in Australia by 2019 GE, Australia, AGL, wind farm, Queensland GE (NYSE:GE) today announced an agreement with the Powering Australian Renewables Fund (PARF) to supply and install 123 wind turbines for the Coopers Gap wind farm project at Cooranga North, 250 kilometres north-west of Brisbane. PARF is a partnership between AGL Energy Limited (AGL) (20 percent) and Queensland Investment Corporation (QIC) (80 percent, on behalf of clients the Future Fund and the QIC Global Infrastructure Fund). Upon completion in 2019, the 453 MW wind farm will produce approximately 1,510,000 MWh of renewable energy annually – enough to power the equivalent of more than 260,000 average Australian homes and reduce CO2 emissions by 1,180,000 tonnes each year. Coopers Gap Wind Farm is a landmark project for GE. It will be the largest wind farm in the country on completion, and GE’s first wind project in Queensland. It is the second major renewables project that GE and AGL have announced this year, following the Silverton Wind Farm in western New South Wales. Geoff Culbert, President & CEO, GE Australia, New Zealand & Papua New Guinea, said: “We are proud to be working with AGL to support Australia’s transition to a cleaner, modern energy system. “AGL’s commitment to a lower emissions future is clear. The company announced earlier this year it would ramp up investment in renewable energy and decarbonise its generation by 2050. This wind farm represents a significant step towards that goal and we are proud to be a part of that,” he said. GE will deliver 91 of its 3.6 MW turbines with 137m rotors, and 32 of its 3.8 MW turbines with 130m rotors. GE will also undertake a 25-year full service agreement to maintain the windfarm over its lifetime.   AGL Managing Director & CEO, Andy Vesey, said: “More than 800 MW of projects have now been vended into PARF in its first 12 months of operation, following the earlier transactions involving the Silverton wind farm project and Nyngan and Broken Hill solar plants in New South Wales. The strong support we have received from our equity partners and lenders for these projects is testament to the readiness of the private sector to invest in Australia’s energy transformation. “Certainty on energy policy, including the implementation of the recommendations of the Finkel Review, will enable more projects of this kind to go ahead and help place downward pressure on energy prices by increasing supply,” he said. The project is expected to create up to 200 jobs during the peak of construction, and an additional 20 ongoing operational jobs. The construction firm CATCON will be responsible for the wind farm’s construction. Pete McCabe, President & CEO of GE Renewable Energy’s Onshore Wind business, said: “Australia is a great market for wind.  After the US, it is GE’s second largest region globally for renewable energy. While we see lots of opportunities in Australia, we need to continue to have policy certainty to drive investment.” The Coopers Gap development is GE’s fifth wind farm project to begin construction in Australia in 2017. On completion in 2019, GE will be responsible for a fleet of wind turbines with a capacity of almost 1.4 GW. ...
  • Van Oord’s top duo Aeolus and Svanen have successfully completed work on the Walney Extension offshore wind farm 08/17/2017
    ...Van Oord’s top duo Aeolus and Svanen have successfully completed work on the Walney Extension offshore wind farm Van Oord finishes work on Walney... Extension offshore wind farm 87 foundations have been finished by Van Oord’s installation vessels Aeolus and Svanen in 4.5 months. Van Oord has finished...
  • Vestas receives order for the largest wind park in Mexico 08/16/2017
    ... intake from Mexico's energy auctions reaches almost 500 MW. Vestas, Mexico, Zuma Energia, order, wind farm With reference to Vestas Wind Systems A/S...
  • Eversheds Sutherland advises Forewind consortium on swap agreements for world’s largest offshore wind development 08/16/2017
    ... Forewind consortium The Dogger Bank Offshore Wind farms are the largest project in the world world. Eversheds Sutherland has advised the Forewind consortium on the arrangements to swap ownership interests in the four consented Dogger Bank offshore wind projects which, with a total targeted installed capacity of 4.8GW, make up the largest offshore wind development in the world. Evershed Sutherland, Dogger Bank, offshore These projects, located more than 130km off the Yorkshire Coast, have the potential to provide renewable energy to up to five million UK homes. The development comprises four offshore wind farm projects of 1.2GW each: Creyke Beck A, Creyke Beck B, Teesside A and Teesside B. Prior to the swap innogy, SSE and Statoil each owned interests in all four projects. Statkraft divested its interest to SSE and Statoil in March 2017. Following the transaction, Statoil and SSE will own 50% each in the three projects: Creyke Beck A and B and Teesside A, while innogy will own 100% of Teesside B. The Eversheds Sutherland team was led by corporate Partner Jason Lovell, with support from Associates Chris Pass and Oliver Weerasuriya. Partner James Trafford and Senior Associates James Shawe and Nadine Gutteridge led on the real estate aspects of the deal. Jason Lovell, commented: “We are delighted to have worked with the shareholders on the project swap. The transaction was only made possible through a huge amount of teamwork and co-ordination between us and the three dedicated teams of in-house lawyers.” Chris Barras, Head of Legal at innogy Renewables UK, commented: “Huge thanks to the Eversheds Sutherland team who ensured that this complicated transaction proceeded efficiently to completion. The smooth running of the operation reflects the high level of expertise and experience in their Energy and Infrastructure Team.” ...
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Events

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    Cost Reduction in Offshore Wind Logistics 06/29/2017
    ...Logistic challenges touch on all aspects of wind farm projects and optimising transport and installation is a key challenge for offshore wind logistics. Therefore this it is important to improve vessel use and port infrastructure concerning the development of larger turbines and far-offshore wind farms. Collaboration from the complete supply-chain is needed to simplify complicated interfaces and reduce installation times. Use that conference to have a close look at lessons learned and define the room for improvement for the offshore wind industry. Optimise logistical processes through the complete logistics supply-chain to reduce installation times and costs Improve interface management and contracting strategy for systematic project success Discuss the right solution for the future offshore design standards with main suppliers and contractors Minimalise risks by planning installation windows with exact weather forecasting   ...
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    Mexico Windpower 2017 01/06/2017
    ...: Wind and electricity market; Wind and cost of electricity; finance of wind farm; risk assessment of wind ...
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    Global Wind Day 2017 01/06/2017
    ... all over the world from family outings and wind farm visits to seminars with experts and leading industry figures. ...
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    Winterwind 2017 01/06/2017
    ..., engineers, manufacturers, developers, consultants, investors, wind farm owners, students and O & M providers, they gather to discuss windpower ...
  • Blade Inspection, Damage And Repair Forum 08/20/2013
    ... place at your wind farm?   Join Windpower Monthly at our first Blade Inspection, Damage And Repair Forum taking place on 16-17 September...
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    Legal aspects for the supply and construction of wind farms (onshore and offshore) 04/23/2013
    ... charges. The awareness about legal consequences has a positive effect on the actions and decisions of the persons concerned, e.g. wind farm developers... conditions of different countries and contractual aspects, which are relevant for the safe and successful design, construction and commissioning of wind farms...
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    Wind Resource Assessment From Measurements to bankable reports 04/23/2013
    ... and wind farm energy output. After the workshop you will be able to fi nd the optimal strategy for a wind resource assessment at any particular site...
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    Offshore Wind Farm Clusters 04/23/2013
    ...Workshop objectives: The workshop is organised by the European Energy Research Alliance – Design Tool for Offshore Wind Farm Cluster project... projects on offshore wind farm clusters. It also aims at debating/connecting with – people working in offshore wind energy development and planning to improve/enhance – the future integrated design tools for the Northern European offshore wind power. Target audience: Offshore wind farm developers, strategic planners, wind farm operators, utilities. ...
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