How healthy is your wind farm?

Spanish-Windfarm

Keeping a wind farm performing as it should is a top priority for the wind business. What are the best strategies for maintaining turbines offshore? How can I make the turbines in my wind farm operate more efficiently? What are the latest technological trends in detecting faults? If these are some of the questions you tackle in your line of work then the “advanced operation and maintenance” session taking place on Thursday 13 March at the EWEA 2014 Annual Event in Barcelona is for you.

“The wind energy industry is facing many challenges, both short-term and longer term,” said Michael Muskulus, President of the European Academy of Wind Energy (EAWE) and Chair of the Science and Research track at EWEA 2014, said. “Academia plays a decisive role in establishing new ideas and concepts, and is supporting the industry in developing novel competences and solutions. This year’s Science and Research track showcases current academic thinking and offers possibilities for in-depth technical discussion,” he added.

So if you’re keen on keeping your wind farm healthy using the most up-to-date methods, sign up for this session.

Did you know that EWEA 2014 conference entrance passes are available on an ‘a la carte’ basis? If you are interested in attending just one session at this year’s EWEA Annual Event – for example the “advanced operation and maintenance” session – you can upgrade your exhibition visitor pass to add the conference session/s you may be interested in.

Click here to sign in to your EWEA 2014 account.