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Windtech International May June 2024 issue






The Front Cover

One particular area being explored in an effort to lower the levelised cost of electricity of offshore wind generation is the optimisation of the wind farm layout. It has been hypothesised through many academic research efforts that rectilinear wind farm designs may significantly reduce the energy production of a wind farm over its lifetime. Aerial shot of Gemini offshore wind farm showing the wind turbines arranged in rows (courtesy Gemini offshore wind farm).

Publisher's Note

Is the US wind industry ready for the end of the PTC era?


Offshore Wind Farm Layout Strategies
By Bryce Wade, Canada

Offshore Wind Turbines with Teetering Hinge
By Silvestro Caruso, Chief Technical Officer, Seawind Ocean Technology, The Netherlands

PPA Financing Closes the Gap Between Project Development and Energy Markets
Björn Broda, Head of Corporate Strategy, Communications & Public Affairs Department, juwi, Germany

Onshore Foundations
By Alexander Martin, CEO, CTE Wind, France

Windtech Future

Renewable Energy Digital Services Benefits Are Not Fully Recognised
By Philip Totaro, CEO of IntelSor, USA

View from Inside

Offshore Wind: Shifts in Focus
By Eoghan Quinn, Global Wind Lead, Worley, UK


Company News

Projects and Contracts

Product News

Industry News


WTI cover June 19 

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CTE Wind Civil Engineering



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