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Offshore~WMEP - monitoring offshore wind energy use

: Faulstich, S.; Lyding, P.; Hahn, B.; Lopez, S.

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European Wind Energy Association -EWEA-, Brussels:
European Wind Energy Conference & Exhibition, EWEC 2010. Vol.4 : Warsaw, Poland, 20 - 23 April, 2010
Red Hook, NY: Curran, 2011
ISBN: 978-1-617-82310-7
European Wind Energy Conference and Exhibition (EWEC) <2010, Warsaw>
Conference Paper, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer IWES ()
wind turbine; reliability; availability; monitoring; development

Offshore wind energy use is commonly suggested to play an important role in future electricity supply. However, long-term experience with thousands of onshore wind turbines explicitly hint on possible barriers for a save, efficient, economic and user friendly supply relying on offshore wind energy. A national German programme shall on the one hand support the wind energy branch improving technology and O&M procedures towards higher reliability and availability, and on the other hand monitor the development in terms of techniques, electricity yields and cost. The scientific programme ‘Offshore~WMEP’ aims to help in answering essential questions concerning offshore wind energy. One of the most important issues of this monitoringproject, in close collaboration with operators, manufactures, suppliers and scientists, is to generate a data pool that enables topic-specific evaluations for all participants. In the following the actual challenge of convincing numerous players with diverse points of interests to collaborate in gathering data and providing it for a jointly utilized database is shown.