Windpower Monthly Expert Papers provide up-to-date information on the key technologies and developments in products and services that are driving competitive advantage and efficiencies in the global wind power sector. The Expert Papers have been made possible through sponsorship support from wind industry companies.
Condition Monitoring 2013: Exploring the Innovations, challenges and potential of the products and services that keep wind turbines operating
As technology improves and detractors of condition monitoring systems reduce, we explore the current systems available, the advantages of each system type and how to make the most of the data captured.
OFFSHORE maintenance vessels: A new market for jack-up vessels
As more far-shore wind projects come online, operators will be making demands on the smaller, tailor-made jack-up vessels to provide maintenance. We explore the market, the requirements, and the solutions available in 2013, from major component exchange needs to availability options.
weather monitoring OFFSHORE 2013: exploring the latest developments in measuring and monitoring offshore wind speed and direction
The accumulation of reliable weather measurement data is of key importance from project inception through the lifetime. We look at the current methods of accumulating accurate information and how to manage the data through a 20 year period or longer.
Principal Engineer/Regional Lead - Wastewater Networks Principal Engineer/Regional Lead - Wastewater Networks Randstad CPE Edinburgh
Planning & Development, Senior Project/Consents Manager Planning & Development, Senior Project/Consents Manager The Natural Power Consultants Limited Wales