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Garrad Hassan software leads the way in China

Garrad Hassan (GH) has achieved spectacular success in China with the
sale of its wind turbine and wind farm design software products: GH
Bladed and GH WindFarmer.

These software packages, already established as "industry standard" tools around the world, have been widely welcomed and accepted by wind turbine manufacturers and wind farm design institutions in China.

There are more than 30 licences for GH Bladed in use in China by a range of organisations, including wind turbine manufacturers, blade manufacturers, universities, research institutes and certification agencies. The software has been validated by Germanischer Lloyd and is used by more than 200 licensees around the world for the design of onshore and offshore turbines.

GH WindFarmer - the wind farm design software is currently used by over 50 clients in China. GH WindFarmer is available in Chinese and 9 other languages and has been sold in more than 30 countries. GH WindFarmer is supported from Beijing and around the globe by a team of wind farm design specialists.

GH has also been training Chinese engineers in turbine modelling, load calculation, turbine control design techniques and wind farm design based on the use of GH Bladed and GH WindFarmer.

David Quarton, director responsible for the GH Turbine Design Group, commented

"We are delighted that our software tools- GH Bladed and GH WindFarmer have been so widely adopted by the Chinese wind energy industry and we are working hard to provide high quality training and technical support for all our clients in China. Garrad Hassan is very proud that by means of the technology transfer of our software tools and training, we are able to contribute to the rapid growth of the wind energy sector in China."
Garrad Hassan and Partners Limited
Kelly Steed

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