Workshop Certification of Wind Farm Control solutions, 10 Dec 2020

Friday 27 Nov 20
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Contact

Tuhfe Göçmen
Researcher
DTU Wind Energy
+45 61 39 62 41

Contact

Gregor Giebel
Head of Section
DTU Wind Energy
+45 46 77 50 95
On December 10, 2020, we will discuss Certification of Wind Farm Control solutions.

The workshop presents the recent research on wind farm control (WFC) of the FarmConners project and will discuss the different perspectives of WFC stake holders with respect to certification and standardisation:

  • What are the benefits of WFC and what are the risks?
  • Do we have standards to certify WFC?
  • How far is the numerical description of flow and wake?
  • What would be necessary to industrialise WFC?

The workshop is entirely on the WindFarmControl YouTube channel.

 

Workshop schedule

Time GMT+1

Affiliation

Presenter

Presentation title

Duration [min]

16:00

DNV GL RC

Andreas Manjock

Paving the way for WFC by support of certification and standardisation

10

16:10

ORE Catapult

John Nwobu

Summary of FarmConners position paper on certification and standardisation

20

16:30

Participants

Questions and discussion

10

16:40

DNV GL

Ervin Bossany

Turbine loading in wind farm control: requirements and modelling approach

20

17:00

participants

Questions and discussion

10

17:10

DNV GL RC

Nikolai Hille

Proposals for WFC certification approaches and perspectives of OEM's and operators

20

17:30

Participants

Questions and discussion

10

17:40

ForWind UOL

Vlaho Petrovic

Strategies to provide levelised loading during active power control

10

17:50

ENGIE Green

Benoit Bichet

WFC implementation from the operator perspective

10

18:00

Participants

Panel discussion and Q&A‘s

30

18:30

DNV GL RC

Andreas Manjock

Workshop closure Total hours

2.50

 

The workshop will be recorded and publicly shared on windfarmcontrol.info & FarmConners LinkedIn. Looking forward to a fruitful discussion!

Your FarmConners WP2 team

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