TU Delft starts ‘Wind Farm Flow Control Project’

News - 30 April 2021 - Webredactie Communication

Together with CrossWindHKN Siemens Gamesa Eneco GROW offshore wind a group of researchers led by professor Jan-Willem Van Wingerden TU Delft have started the work on the "Dynamic Wind Farm Flow Control" project. This project focuses on reducing the wake effect by using real-time data that will contribute to a more constant electricity production. The agreement for the project was signed this month.

Jan-Willem van Wingerden: "I am delighted that we now signed this agreement and eager to start working on this innovative wind farm flow control project. It is fantastic that through this collaboration we will have a direct impact on the development of offshore wind energy and will contribute to a renewable future.

Also read: TU Delft research partner in innovative wind farm Hollandse Kust Noord
And ‘We innovate: dynamic wind farm flow control project launched’

Jan-Willem van Wingerden

/* */