McGill and Partners and Renew Risk have teamed up to create customized catastrophe models for offshore wind portfolios. Renew Risk used data science techniques and drew on McGill and Partners' expertise to develop five initial models within the Oasis framework, an open-source platform for catastrophe modeling.
Combilift, a manufacturer of multidirectional, articulated forklifts and straddle carriers, has announced its move into offshore wind sector with the launch of a new product designed to meet the load handling demands of large-scale offshore wind manufacturers.
RWE put its new airborne wind test facility in Ireland to work for the first time, enabling the maiden flight of a new kite technology by Kitepower in Bangor Erris, County Mayo, Ireland. RWE is testing Airborne Wind Energy in Ireland in collaboration with its technology partner Kitepower, its partners in Mayo County Council and the MegaAwe Project, with funding from Interreg North West Europe.
A new trial for tracking seabirds has been launched at Aberdeen Bay Offshore Wind Farm by Vattenfall. Artificial intelligence (AI) is used to gather detailed information of the birds’ movements in the wind farm.
Sany Renewable Energy (Sany RE) has unveiled its latest 919 wind turbine platform. The 919 Platform adopts an integrated design, and products on the 919 Platform share structural components such as the hub, main shaft, and front bedplate.
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