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Wednesday, 18 November 2015
14:30 - 16:00 Power curves in the real world

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Resource assessment  
Onshore      Offshore    


Room: Montparnasse

Investors acknowledge low risk through accurate predictions of their projects performance. To improve our predictions we need to understand real turbine behavior – real sites and real wind. We will look at new methods for better predicting and reviewing of power curve performance

Learning objectives

New methods for more advanced power analysis are presented

•             Determine the extent to which power curve degradation is an issue in your windfarm

•             Evaluate first power curve measurement results from a spinner measurement as an alternative to the industry standard met mast based

This session will be chaired by: Tomas Blodau, Head of Department Wind and Site, Senvion, Germany

Neil Atkinson
Manager Europe, Prevailing
Turbine performance prediction  

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Abstract ID: 332
Jørgen Højstrup
Senior Advisor, ROMO Wind/Højstrup Wind Energy, Denmark
Spinner anemometer power curves compared with IEC measurements

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Abstract ID: 343
Kimberley Dewhirst
Senior Engineer, Renewables, Parsons Brinkerhoff, United Kingdom
Analysis of observed windfarm production change over time

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Taylor Geer
DNV GL, United States
How well are we predicting turbine performance  

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Peter Stuart
RES Ltd., United Kingdom
Power curve working group update  

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