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Windtech International July August 2024 issue






The Front Cover

The progress of lidars within the wind industry has been charted from the start by Windtech International. Articles as far back as the very first edition of the publication in 2004 have highlighted not only the fundamental principles of lidar, but also its applications – onshore, offshore and turbine mounted. In the article on page 6 the lid is lifted on the multifaceted subject of technology ‘acceptance’ that underpins today’s widespread use of vertical profiling lidar.

Publisher's Note

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The Coming of Age for Vertical Profiling Wind Lidars
By Ian Locker, John Medley, Michael Harris and Alex Woodward, ZephIR, UK

Aero-Acoustic Tool to Monitor Wind Turbines
By Matthew Stead and Jon Cooper, ping services, Australia

Ground-Based Thermographic Blade Inspection
By Fabianna Tenorio and Jürgen Austen, Hensoldt, Germany

Off-Grid Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems
By Mohamed Mamdouh Elkadragy, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

Windtech Future

Wind LCOE Set to Drop Further Thanks to the Expiration of Seminal Patents
By Philip Totaro, CEO of IntelStor, USA

View from Inside

Wind Energy Data…? Hack It!
By Emilien Simonot, Renewable Energy Technology Officer, InnoEnergy


Company News

Projects and Contracts

Product News

Industry News


cover WTI September 2018 

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