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Revisions to Reinforced Concrete Fatigue Design Standards: Affects on Wind Turbine Foundations

Revisions to Reinforced Concrete Fatigue Design Standards: Affects on Wind Turbine Foundations

DNVGL-ST-C502, the standard for reinforced fatigue design in the wind energy industry for over a decade, for both onshore and offshore wind energy foundation design, has published a minor revision relevant to the development of onshore wind proje ...

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Tackling the reliability problem on loads prediction in wind turbines

Tackling the reliability problem on loads prediction in wind turbines

Who said reliable loads prediction in wind turbines has to be expensive? Reducing risk and efficiently manage lifetime of the wind turbines is key. The wind industry has found an ally in machine learning to get to know and efficiently ...

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A New Dawn for DSM

A New Dawn for DSM

Today, I was fortunate enough to talk on the closing plenary at AESP's 30th annual conference. Aside from framing my view of the next 30 years - always a fun exercise - I was asked to describe the next 30 years in a single word. This was not an e ...

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How to plan for a safer and smarter energy storage market?

How to plan for a safer and smarter energy storage market?

6 Things You Should Know About Energy Storage Experts: Claas H?lsen and Toni Johannes Elschner According to DNV GL's 2019 Energy Transition Outlook, the combination of storage for the grid and storage available in vehicle-to-grid systems will e ...

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Asset Managing Your Data on the Way to Electrification

Asset Managing Your Data on the Way to Electrification

By taking an asset management approach to your data, you can generate value both in the short and the longer term. If you think of asset management in terms of real estate, it is the process of maximizing both the return and the value of your inv ...

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Renewables boost during UK storm season

Renewables boost during UK storm season

Ciara, the third storm of the season, battered the shores of the UK last weekend bringing torrential downpours and strong winds, reaching 97mph in some areas. In amongst the stories of flooding, travel disruption and power outages, there was some ...

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Reflections on renewable energy in the Middle East

Reflections on renewable energy in the Middle East

Now that the dust (or should I say sand?) has settled after the World Future Energy Summit (WFES) in Abu Dhabi, it is probably a good time to reflect on some of the dynamics affecting the renewable energy market in the region. Although the Middle ...

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