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Windtech International July August 2024 issue






The Front Cover

A recent project has investigated the potential for a renewable energy solution to reduce the emissions associated with the production of offshore oil and gas in the North Sea in a variety of scenarios. The project explored technical, economic and regulatory aspects of combining the offshore renewable energy and oil and gas sectors. The cover picture shows a Floating Power Plant basin test at Aalborg University, Denmark. In the article on page 7 you can read more about this project.

Publisher's Note

Is green hydrogen the holy grail or just hype?


Old Dogs and New Tricks
By Chris McConville, Anders Køhler and Morten Egedal, Floating Power Plant, Denmark

Flow Optimisation Wind Turbine Blades
By Edo Kuipers, We4Ce, the Netherlands

Buying and Selling Ageing Wind Assets
By Jeremy Tchou, Director for Due Diligence, UL, USA

Design of Foundations for Next Generation Wind Turbine Generators
By Matias Campos, AZTEC Engineering, USA and Maria Collado, TYPSA, Spain

Windtech Future

Wind Turbines in 2100
By Ahmad Hemami, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

View from Inside

Small Wind: Still on Board!
By Daniele Pagani, Capacity Building Coordinator & Tonny Brink, CTO, Nordic Folkecenter for Renewable Energy, Denmark


Company News

Projects and Contracts

Product News

Industry News


Cover WTI March April 2021 

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WindEurope Technology Workshop 2021


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