Are you currently involved in Wind Energy projects? Or are you searching for a career in the wind energy industry? Or have you already worked in this sector and want to be up to date on the latest developments in the field? This live training is for you!
This course provides stakeholders of wind energy projects, including developers and investors, with the key drivers of successful wind energy projects. These topics range from project development and planning challenges, resource evaluation and complexity of energy generation to technology trends, financial returns, and financial project risks.
What you will learn?
- Learn from Noviron’s reputed wind energy experts and access wealth of multinational experience in wind power project development
- Understand the volatile properties of wind power, and how these can be translated into a financial risk analysis
- Be up to date on the latest wind technology innovations and how these fit into an actual business case
- Understand wind power project delivery risks and the stakeholders involved
- Learn to work with a financial model and better oversee the variables that influence risk and returns
- A clear comparison between the differences between onshore and offshore wind projects
How it works?
4-6 July 2023
The online training will take place over 3 days, with 3 hours of sessions daily.
The session will be recorded and sent out to all registered delegates.
Once you’ve registered for the training, we will email you with all information and login credentials.
Wind turbine technology
– General introduction to Wind Turbine Technology-
– Wind turbine components
– Description and application of a steady Blade Element Momentum (BEM) method to model aerodynamic forces
– Wind turbine types
– Blade structure and design
– Engineering a maximum power point tracking controller for a wind turbine
Session 2, 3h
– Introduction of mechanisms that affect a wind farm’s Annual Energy Production (AEP)
– Basic driving mechanisms for wind (global and local processes)
– Differences between micro and mesoscale modeling
– Potential errors identification in the setup of mesoscale and micro-scale models
– Principles, assumptions, and limitations behind a wind atlas (e.g., Global Wind Atlas or regional wind atlases)
– AEP calculation for sites and wind farms
– Meteorological time series analysis of mean wind and directions
– Wind farm layouts selection based on local conditions
The agenda will combine presented materials with plenty of opportunities for Q&A, interactive discussions, and the use of quantitative models to illustrate key learning points. Current market examples and data are utilized wherever helpful.
After successful completion of this training, you will be awarded a Certificate of Attendance.