The Front Cover

Ice throw from wind turbines is a serious environmental hazard. No national or international standards exist, but are urgently needed. The aim of the article written by By Thomas Hahm and Nicole Stoffels is to give an overview of the critical points which should be assessed in a future guideline.

Publisher's Note

Focus on technology development to continue reducing cost of energy

 

Features

Wind Turbine Ice Throw Hazard
By Thomas Hahm and Nicole Stoffels, F2E Fluid & Energy Engineering, Germany

Wind–Tidal Energy Storage
By Mike Lewis, RGL Associates, UK

Using Pneumatic Power to Generate Wind Energy
By Dr Endre Mucsy, Hungary

A Serialised and Standardised Product Platform for Wind Drives
By Dr-Ing. Valentin Meimann, Mr Yizhong Sun, Mr Sudong Li, Mr Aimin He and Dr-Ing. Jianhui Gou,  Germany and China

 

Windtech Future

Emergence of Digital Services Highlights Need for Content Licensing Business Model
By Philip Totaro, CEO of Totaro & Associates, USA

 

View from Inside

What is the point of big conferences?
By Peter Rae, President of the World Wind Energy Association, Australia

 

News

Company News

Projects and Contracts

Product News

Industry News

 

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