Wind Turbine Noise: From Source to Receiver
Organised for the industry by the industry.
Following the success of the workshops on Resource Assessment (Brussels, May 2011) and Post-construction Assessment (Lyon, July 2012), EWEA’s third technology workshop, organised in response to requests from EWEA members, provided a unique, industry-only forum at which 160 industry specialists discussed the key acoustic issues currently facing the industry.
All attendees will be sent instructions on how to access the presentations given at the workshop. EWEA members may access the proceedings free of charge: for login information contact Maura.DiRuscio@ewea.org.
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See who was among the 160 attendees
- a thorough understanding of the key issues that are involved in designing wind farms that will be ‘good neighbours’ to their local residents;
- insight into the challenges that the industry will face and the way forward;
- a network of acoustic contacts who will be able to assist them in their own activities as we move forward to 2020.
The workshop took place over one and a half days with five sessions focusing on:
- Wind Turbine Noise at Source – The Impact of the Design
- Wind Farm Design – Being a Good Neighbour
- Real-World Noise Measurements – Emission and Immission
- National Guidelines and Human Perception of Noise
- Noise Issues Offshore
These leading companies exhibited at the workshop: