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Wind Energy Technology: Opportunities and challenges

Training Wind Energy Technology: Opportunities & Challenges

One day workshop helping you to understand and mitigate technical risks for wind power

This one day workshop will provide attendees with answers to the following questions:

  • What are the key technical risks with existing technologies? And how to manage them?
  • How will future global changes in wind technology affect my wind farm plans?
  • How can I get more revenue from my existing wind farm?
  • What are owners doing globally to manage their aging assets? Extend the life? Or repower?
Key speaker: Sally Wright (principal turbine engineer from Massachusetts, United States)

Who should attend? 

Project stakeholders involved in understanding and mitigating technical risks, who wish to benefit from DNV GL's technical knowledge and global expertise, including developers, asset managers, OEMs, financiers, operators, market professionals. 

Registration
To register for this workshop please fill in the registration form and send a copy to to Birjukumar.mistri@dnvgl.com and Subramanian.ravichandran@dnvgl.com

For more information about this course, please contact DNV GL’s Energy India:
Subramanian Ravichandran, Engineer, Project Engineering
Birjukumar Mistri, Head of Section, Project Engineering 

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When:

15 April 2020

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Available dates and venues

Duration:

1 day

Location:

India, Bangalore, World Trade Center

Language:

English

This one day workshop will provide attendees with answers to the following questions:

  • What are the key technical risks with existing technologies? And how to manage them?
  • How will future global changes in wind technology affect my wind farm plans?
  • How can I get more revenue from my existing wind farm?
  • What are owners doing globally to manage their aging assets? Extend the life? Or repower?
Key speaker: Sally Wright (principal turbine engineer from Massachusetts, United States)

Who should attend? 

Project stakeholders involved in understanding and mitigating technical risks, who wish to benefit from DNV GL's technical knowledge and global expertise, including developers, asset managers, OEMs, financiers, operators, market professionals. 

Registration
To register for this workshop please fill in the registration form and send a copy to to Birjukumar.mistri@dnvgl.com and Subramanian.ravichandran@dnvgl.com

For more information about this course, please contact DNV GL’s Energy India:
Subramanian Ravichandran, Engineer, Project Engineering
Birjukumar Mistri, Head of Section, Project Engineering 

Course details

Date Location Language Fee Register
Date
15 April 2020
Location
Bangalore, India
Language
English
Fee
₹ 45,000 p.p. exclusive of applicable taxes
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Agenda

Draft program outline

Day 1

Day 1

 

Registration

Welcome note

  • Introduction to DNV GL
  • Overview of sessions
  • Introduction of speaker

Break

Wind technology - journey over the last 5 and 10 years

  • General overview
  • Turbine & component-level perspective
  • Wind-farm-level perspective
  • Operational strategies

Q&A session

Lunch & networking

Wind farm optimisation - using site conditions to advantage

  • Can your turbine increase revenue? Modification options may include:
    - blade augmentation
    - controls modifications for pitch, yaw, cut-out
    - up-rating
    - wake or other farm-level management
  • And how do you know if it actually improved? - Options for validation

Q&A session

Break

Wind turbine technology - pressing issues and outlook

  • Turbine design & supply chain
  • Key operational issues in existing global turbine fleet (>1,5 MW)
  • Making use of aging assets - Lifetime extension & repowering

Q&A session

Networking reception

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