Modifying Electrical Architecture to Maximise Wind Farm Production
As wind energy seeks to become cost-competitive with traditional forms of generation, developers and operators in the maturing European onshore market continue to look for ways to optimise project performance and bring down long-term costs. While there are many ways to boost the efficiency of operational portfolios, arguably the most effective way to make cost reductions is to return to the drawing board and explore how subtle design modifications based on operational experience can influence the long-term performance of a project before it is constructed.
By Thomas Blondot, Construction Project Manager, and Carla Vico, Operations Director, Greensolver, France
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