Wind turbine noise: From source to receiver
11-12 December 2012
Said Business School, Oxford, UK
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.
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: