Power and renewables

Wind farm control

Wind farm control bankability

The route to bankability

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Position paper

Wind farm control

Wind farm control: The route to bankability

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The route to bankability

Position paper

Wind farm control

About:

The route to bankability

Wind farm control: The route to bankability

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Over the past decade wind farm control has gone from being a research topic to a viable solution and an opportunity for the wider industry to optimize wind farm value and contribute to reducing the levelized cost of energy.
DNV believes that successful design and implementation of wind farm control relies on the accuracy of analytical techniques and models, and on their validation against experimental data. DNV has gathered experts in various disciplines to create this position paper, which describes DNV’s position on what is required to make wind farm control technically viable, suitable for project investment and eventually suitable to support project financing.

Position paper

Wind farm control

Wind farm control: The route to bankability

About:

The route to bankability