Chair's Opening Remarks
Financial assessment AND STANDARDISATION MEASURES
TASK 19: How Are The Current Standardisation Measures Being Implemented And How Does The Future Look Like?
Moderator : Ville Lehtomäki, Senior Scientist, VTT
RESOURCE ASSESSMENT AND UNCERTAINTY MITIGATION IN COLD CLIMATES
Sharing Lessons Learnt From 10 Years Of Hands-on Experience With IceLoss
|10:30||Networking Break And Morning Refreshments|
What Is The ideal Ice Sensor For Pre-Construction?
Analysing How Ice Impacts The Measured Wind Speed And Uncertainty Analysis
Estimation Of Icing Losses By Using Site Short Term LIDAR Data
HIGH FREQUENCY TALKS
Getting Accurate Data Out Of Your Wind Farm
The aim of these high frequency talks is to facilitate a discussion on how accurate data can not only help mitigate risks in pre-construction but also have a beneficial impact on operation and maintenance activities being performed on sites affected by cold climate and icing issues and, ultimately, use data to bring down costs and enhance AEP.
Each delegate will be given the chance to express their thoughts, concerns, ideas and solutions anonymously and in written form (5 minutes) through an online platform called Sli.do. The moderator will then read out the audience’s suggestions on how the industry can progress on these issues. The debate will then be opened up to the rest of the room, making this the perfect occasion to take a real step forward on the use of data.
Please come prepared with lots of thought provocative and insightful questions and comments!
Moderator: Ville Lehtomäki, Senior Scientist, VTT
Evaluation Of Ice-Prevention Strategies And System Limitations - A Model Study
Hands-On Experience On Ice Prevention System To Lower Uncertainties
During this session, Wicetec will share direct experiences from measurement data collected over the last winter as well as results from their very first retrofit project.
Networking Break And Afternoon Refreshments
Understanding The Difference Between Instrumental Icing And Icing On Rotor Blades
Understanding The Global Implications Of Wind Turbine Icing
1. Using icing forecast in order to improve control strategy for both turbines with and without IPS
2. Quantification and prediction of icing impact on energy loss: what, why, when, how?
3. Minimising uncertainties to better estimate production losses
4. Sharing data: how?
Hear quick snapshots of each of the breakout discussions from the group facilitators.
Realising the importance of connecting with your peers, we organised a moderated networking session where delegates are prompted to meet others in brief 3-minute rounds. The moderator will be keeping track of time and announcing participants when to switch partners.Make sure you bring lots of business cards along with you!
Chair’s Closing Remarks
Drinks Reception And End of Day 1