Co-located with our 6th International Conference Drivetrain Concepts for Wind Turbines
Cost optimization and improved reliability
Electric Systems in Wind Turbines play a decisive roll in order to avoid grid instabilities and to optimize the energy yield in high or low winds. However failure rate of electrical components is still too high.
Besides, in a changing regulatory scenario, especially regarding the emerging markets´ exigencies, to assure the Grid Code compliance of electric systems is more challenging than ever.
Our meeting provides a space of discussion in detail for solutions for enhanced reliability while offering an update on the latest developments for long-term grid stability:
•Understand the impact of Grid codes and new regulations on the future drivetrain concept: Final Draft International Standard IEC 61400-27-1
•Learn more about the utilities experience in failure control detection systems: Building a failure guide
•Hear about scenarios of implementation, risks and technologies for superconducting direct drive
•Assess the influence of EU security codes on brakes safety system and how if affects manufacturing process control
•Discuss the latest advances in the use of the pitch system to optimize the energy yield
•Learn more about the specifications roll in failure control and anticipation: Reduce investment and operation costs while securing the quality of components
We look forward to meeting you at the only technical event focussing electric / electronic systems in wind turbines