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The Front Cover

Most wind farms are located in open, lightning-prone areas and have turbines reaching many tens of metres into the sky, lightning safety is a major concern for wind farm operators. The article on page 7 will provide insight into practices that are currently being used by many leading wind farm power companies to enhance operational efficiencies and ensure employee safety.

Publisher's Note


Mitigating Wind Farm Weather Risks
By Don Leick, Telvent product management director

Hybrid Offshore-wind and Tidal Generation
By Mohammad Lutfur Rahman and Yasuyuki Shirai, Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University, Japan

Improvements in AEP Calculations Using IEC 61400

By Paul van Lieshout, Wind Power Group Manager, Sinclair Knight Merz, UK

Extending the Bounds of Wind Energy
By John Krouse, LMS News Senior Contributing Editor, USA




WWEA Page May 2010

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                <h4>The Front Cover</h4>
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                    <p>The image on the cover shows the WindWing which incorporates a  horizontal wing configuration instead of a propeller. The technology  which was covered in more detail in the March 2008 issue of Windtech  International is not solely dedicated to producing electricity. Now two  years later the WindWing is in the final stages of development and the  company will be entering the market soon. In the article on page 7 Gene  Kelley gives an update about the WindWing/WaterWing project and his view  on the industry in general.</p>
                    <h4>Publisher's Note</h4>
                        <p align="justify"><a href="index.php?option=com_content&amp;view=article&amp;id=3578:publishers-note-june-2010&amp;catid=7&amp;Itemid=7"><strong>Despite the air traffic disruptions EWEC 2010 was successful</strong></a></p>
                    <h4><strong>Features<br /> </strong></h4>
                    <div><a href="index.php?option=com_content&amp;view=article&amp;id=3577:the-windwingwaterwing-project&amp;catid=4&amp;Itemid=8"><strong>The WindWing/WaterWing Project</strong></a><br /><em>By Gene R. Kelley, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, W2 Energy Development Corporation, USA</em><br /> <br /> <a href="index.php?option=com_content&amp;view=article&amp;id=3576:modelling-the-risk-of-icing&amp;catid=4&amp;Itemid=8"><strong>Modelling the Risk of Icing</strong></a><br /><em>By  Silke Dierer and Rene Cattin, Meteotest, Thomas Grünewald and Michael  Lehnin, WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research and Philippe  Steiner, Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology, Switzerland</em><strong><a href=""><br /> </a> <br /><a href="index.php?option=com_content&amp;view=article&amp;id=3575:deep-wind&amp;catid=4&amp;Itemid=8">Deep Wind</a></strong><br /><em>By L. Vita, U.S. Paulsen, T.F. Pedersen, H.A. Madsen and F. Rasmussen, Risø DTU Technical University of Denmark, Denmark</em><br /><br /><em> </em><a href="index.php?option=com_content&amp;view=article&amp;id=3574:overall-vibration-values-for-reliable-wind-turbines&amp;catid=4&amp;Itemid=8"><strong>Overall Vibration Values for Reliable Wind Turbines</strong></a><br /><em>By Dr Edwin Becker, Head of Service &amp; Diagnostic Centre, Prüftechnik Condition Monitoring, Germany</em><br /> <br /><a href="index.php?option=com_content&amp;view=article&amp;id=3573:expected-probability-of-extreme-winds-on-wind-farms&amp;catid=4&amp;Itemid=8"><strong>Expected Probability of Extreme Winds on Wind Farms</strong></a><br /><em>By Y. loureiro and P. Benito, CENER National Renewable Energy Centre of Spain, Spain</em><br />
                        <h4>WWEA Page</h4>
                        <strong>WWEA Page June 2010</strong></div>
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