Meet PEAK Wind at WindEurope 2023

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WindEurope 2023 is happening in Copenhagen, Denmark and PEAK Wind will be there to discuss the latest trends and industry developments.

Come meet our experts at Europe’s largest industry get-together at Bella Center on April 25-27 and catch up on the state of the European renewable energy market.

How’s it going with Floating Wind?

As one of the hottest topics in the industry currently, floating offshore wind has a central spot in the Wind Europe programme.

Lene Hellstern, Director and Head of Engineering & Asset Integrity, will be co-chairing the “Floating: lessons learnt so far and engineering challenges” session, which will focus on how to accelerate floating wind, various O&M strategies, innovation, and current challenges.

The panel session will take place on the 27th of April from 13:45 – 15:00 at Auditorium 11

Ilmas Bayati, Head of Floating Wind Excellence and Advanced Programs, will discuss Major Component Replacement in floating wind. He will present data from real operations and technology outlook from the recent paper he wrote in collaboration with the World Forum Offshore Wind (WFO).

If you’re interested in floating wind logistics and O&M, you can learn more about downtime analysis and concept valuation from Florian Guillebeaud, who will be there on the 26th of April to present his poster and discuss his research on the topic.

Power Curve Verification Strategy, warranty negotiations, and LiDAR

Rebeca Rivera Lamata, Senior Consultant, will be at the conference to discuss the the benefits of a Power Curve Warranty Schedule as a control tool during the first years of operation of a wind farm.

As a LiDAR expert, Rebeca can provide latest industry insight on how Nacelle Mounted LiDARs have made Power Curve testing offshore commercially viable.

Grid compliance as an underestimated OPEX factor

How does the increasing software parameter list in WTGs affect lost production increases and what can developers and owners do about it?

Check out Anna Janssen Golieva and Maria Banasiou‘s poster on grid compliance to learn more about to which requirements developers and owners should focus on during tenders/auctions.

Check out the newest features of the Sea Impact Market Intelligence Platform

The Sea Impact Market Intelligence Platform covers inter-array cable installation at over 30 winds farms and the installation at three floating wind farms as well as the worlds first major component replacement at a floating turbine using the tow-to-port method. 

Find Sea Impact at stand S14 (Start-up pavilion) and see a real-life demo of the platform and its newest capabilities. You can also talk to Sea Impact’s project manager, Lars-Andre Bugge Tobaben, about the new newly updated report on O&M Jack up Interventions.