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The Front Cover

Because wind turbines operate in the natural atmosphere, high-resolution weather modelling is a powerful tool to help wind nergy projects succeed throughout the project life cycle. When properly applied, such modelling helps to optimise wind farms by reducing the uncertainty associated with the spatial variability of wind flow across the site. In the article on page 6 written by ArcVera Renewables you can read more about mesoscale and microscale modelling for wind energy applications.

Publisher's Note

A bright future lies ahead of us

Features

Mesoscale and Microscale Modelling for Wind Energy Applications
By Gregory S. Poulos and Mark Stoelinga, ArcVera Renewables, USA

Wind Farm Blockage
By Graham Hawkes, Engineering Manager, Frazer-Nash Consultancy, UK

Blade Damage Detection Using Blade-Internal Acoustic Sensors
By Murat Inalpolat, University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA

ENTR Architecture: Modern Data Management
By Charles Henderson, CEO, Stacker Group, USA

Windtech Future

Should Offshore Floating Wind Turbines be a Larger Copy of Onshore Turbines?
By Ahmad Hemami, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

Review

China Wind Power 2020 – Biggest Wind Event in Corona Times
By Crystal Zhang, Beijing minds:connected Information Consulting, China

View from Inside

The Future of Hydrogen in Northwestern Europe
By Alexander Esser, Aurora Energy Research, Germany

News

Company News

Projects and Contracts

Product News

Industry News

 

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