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Windtech International July August 2024 issue






The Front Cover

Originally, rotor blade inspections were mostly performed using a cherry picker, a service platform or a hydraulic crane; today, the most common way of performing these inspections effectively seems to be by rope descent (abseiling). Availon recently developed a drone for the inspection of rotor blades. The image on the cover shows the drone in action. On page 6 you can find the full article about this development.

Publisher's Note


Rotor Blade Inspection by Drones
By Marcel Bruins, International Project Manager, Availon, Germany

‘C’, the New Control Platform

 By Erik Gammelgaard, Marketing Manager, kk-electronic, Denmark

Extending the Rotor Diameter Further and Further

By Albrecht Kantelberg and Roland Stoer, Managing Directors, WINDnovation Engineering Solutions, Berlin, Germany

Column Nimbyism

Climate Change and the Reliability of Wind Energy

By Tiff Thompson, Principal, NIMBY Consulting, USA

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