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Windtech International July August 2024 issue






The Front Cover

Floating lidar systems have revolutionised the offshore wind industry by enabling the bankability of projects at a fraction of the original cost – successful wind resource assessment campaigns are essential for the economic viability of the wind farm development process. However, one parameter measured in such campaigns – turbulence intensity – is at the centre of debate. At page 6 you can read more about this topic. The image on the cover shows the EOL-FLS200 deployed at the TNO offshore fixed-reference verification site. (

Publisher's Note

Traditional oil and gas companies backing out of wind energy


The Floating Lidar Turbulence Intensity Debate
By Adrià Miquel and Giacomo Rapisardi, Eolos Floating Lidar Solutions, Spain
By Pyry Pentikäinen, Adviser, Kjeller Vindteknikk, Finland


By Itay Mor, Boaz Peled, Alex Alpert, and Guy Yakir at First Airborne, Israel

By Nicholas Gaudern, Chief Technology Officer, PowerCurve, Denmark


Windtech Future

Lessons for the Future of Wind Energy

By Ahmad Hemami, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

View from Inside

By Dennis Nderitu, Energy Systems Manager, GEAPP

Latest News


Windtech International July August 2024 issue 

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Eolos Floating Lidar Solutions
First Airborne
Kjeller Vindteknikk
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