EERA JP Wind & SETWind Online Annual Event 2020, in collaboration with ETIPWind

14th - 18th of September 2020, online event

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Since 2014, the EERA Joint Programme on Wind Energy (JP WIND) has been organising yearly events.

The EERA JP Wind & SETWind Online Annual Event aims for knowledge exchange, network opportunities and inspiration for new research topics. It is intended to focus on R&I priorities and technology development visions.

The online 7th Annual Event will be organised by EERA JP Wind & SETWind, in collaboration with ETIPWind, from the 14th to the 18th of September 2020.

Sessions:

September 14th

14.00 – 16.00 > ETIPWind workshop

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September 15th 

9.00 – 9.30 > Opening Annual Event

10.00 – 12.00 > General Assembly EERA JP Wind  – This meeting is open for everybody.

14.00 – 16.00 > SETWind: Creating multinational projects and lighthouse initiatives.

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September 16th 

9.00 – 9.30 > Morning talk with…

10.00 – 12.00 > SP2 & SP7 session on “Infrastructure for material and structural testing”

14.00 – 16.00 > SP5 & SP8 session on “Transforming the energy system and the impact to European citizens”

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September 17th 

9.00 – 9.30 > Morning talk with…

10.00 – 12.00 > SP3 & SP4 session on “Changing wind conditions and the impact to the wind turbine design”

14.00 – 16.00 > SP6 session on “Floating offshore wind technology”

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September 18th

10.00 – 12.00 > EERA JP Wind Steering Committee meeting

14.00 – 16.00 > SP1 Workshop on Open and Fair Data

The participation for the EERA JP Wind & SETWind Annual Event is open for EERA JP Wind members as well as industry collaborators. Registration is mandatory for this free event.

The sessions are focussed on the following topics:

  • R&I priorities, technology developments and visions
  • Discussion on creation of European Lighthouse projects
  • Developments in the SET-Plan calling for international R&I alignment
  • Creation of multi-national R&I initiatives
  • Wind Energy System Integration – Vision and R&I priorities
  • European-wide initiatives for large-scale infrastructure

Here you find an impression of the 2019 Annual Event.

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It is no more possible to contribute with presentations.

You still participate to the Poster Challenge.

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The EERA JP Wind & SETWind Annual Event aims to facilitate knowledge exchange, network opportunities and inspiration for new research topics. It is intended to focus on R&I priorities and technology development visions. The first day of this years event is organized in collaboration with ETIPWind. The first day will be dedicated to the creation of multinational projects, lighthouse initiatives and European partnership initiative.

EERA JP Wind calls for abstracts with “Research priorities” and “Technology development vision”. Oral presentations by the contributors are will be selected. Optionally, papers may be written that are published in conference proceedings available online.

The important topics in the Annual event are:

  • R&I priorities, technology developments and visions
  • Discussion on creation of European Lighthouse projects
  • Developments in the SET-Plan calling for international R&I alignment
  • Creation of multi-national R&I initiatives
  • Wind Energy System Integration – Vision and R&I priorities
  • European-wide initiatives for large-scale infrastructure

RESEARCH PRIORITIES 

Content requirements:

  • R&I priorities, defined at Institute level or (inter)national level.

Submission format: 750 words with structure

  • Target
  • Research gap
  • Key actions required

TECHNOLOGY  DEVELOPMENT VISION

Content requirements:

  • Description of vision for technology development (or underlying basis science) .

Submission format: 750 words with structure

  • Vision
  • Current state of the art
  • Technology development

FULL PAPER

  • Optional
  • Published as part of the conference proceedings

Selection process outcomes

  • Best contributions will be invited for an oral presentation

Abstracts can be directly submitted to the EERA JP Wind Operations & Communications Manager, Flaminia Riccioni Capelli, f.riccionicapelli@eera-set.eu, by August 15. Please note that there will be no more extensions of this deadline. 

Please specify to which session of the program your contribution is addressed to:

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Registration is mandatory for this free event.

September 14th

>> ETIPWind workshop: “R&I to deliver 450 GW of offshore wind”.

14:00 – 14:05  > Introduction to the workshop and house rules

  • ETIPWind secretariat

14:05 – 14:10 > Opening statement

  • ETIPWind Executive Committee chair, Adrian Timbus
  • EERA JP Wind Coordinator, Peter Eecen

14:10 – 14.20 > Keynote speech

14:20 – 14:45 > Topic 1: Scaling up offshore wind deployment 

  • Introduction (5’)
    • Chair: Javier Sanz
  • Roundtable discussion (20’)
    • Aidan Cronin
    • André Burdet

14:45 – 15:10 > Topic 2: Towards zero impact offshore wind

  • Introduction (5’)
    • Chair: Anastasiya Shapochkina
  • Roundtable discussion (20’)

15:10 – 15:35 > Topic 3: Providing stable and secure energy

  • Introduction (5’)
  • Roundtable discussion (20’)

15:35 – 15:50 > Conclusions

15:50 – 15:55 > Next steps

  • ETIPWind secretariat

15:55 – 16:00 > Closing statement

  • ETIPWind Executive Committee chair, Adrian Timbus

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September 15th 

9.00 – 9.30 > Opening Annual Event

September 15th 

9.00 – 9.30 > Opening Annual Event

Chair: Peter Eecen, Coordinator EERA JP Wind

9:00 > Welcome to the event – Peter Eecen

  • EERA JP Wind – a collaboration of 53 largest research groups in wind energy
  • Overview of the annual event 2020

9:15 > ETIPWind – Adrian Timbus

  • Industry platform with long-term collaboration with EERA JP Wind.
  • Factsheets and working plan 2021

10.00 – 12.00 > General Assembly EERA JP Wind  

Chair: Peter Eecen, Coordinator EERA JP Wind

10:00 > Welcome to the General Assembly – Peter Eecen

  • Recent developments in EERA JP Wind

10:10 > The EERA JP Wind R&I agenda – Peter Eecen

10:30 > The ETIPWind SRIA – Adrian Timbus, chair ETIPWind

  • The ETIPWind Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda
  • Q&A

10:50 > Impact of Covid19 to the wind industry and implementation – WindEurope

  • The impact of the pandemic
  • Q&A

11:05 > Creating the Clean Energy Transition Partnership

  • Introduction in the aim, plans and process

11:05  > Creating the wind energy input into the CETP Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda – Stephan Barth

11:20 > EERA is leading the shaping of the integrated SRIA for the CETP – Ganna Gladkykh, EERA

  • Q&A

11:35 > Understanding activities in other EERA JPs

  • E3S – Jay Sterling Gregg

11:45 > EERA JP Wind Q&A

For all your questions to the management board of EERA JP Wind – questions posed by chat and answered as much as possible

14.00 – 16.00 > SETWind: Creating multinational projects and lighthouse initiatives.

Chair: Mattias Andersson, Coordinator of the SETWind project.

14:00 > Welcome from the SETWind coordinator- Mattias Andersson DTU Wind Energy (DK) & SETWind coordinator

14:05 > “An offshore strategy in the making” – Joachim Balke, Head of Unit for Internal Market: Networks & Regional Initiatives,  DG-Energy in   European Commission

14:35 > “The societal dimension of offshore wind” – Chris Foulds, Anglia Ruskin University, ENERGY_Shifts coordinator

15:00 > What’s cooking in the research kitchen – Partnerships and lighthouse initiatives

  • John Olav Tande , SINTEF (No) &  SETWind Lighthouse initiative ambassador
  • Michael Hübner, Bundesministerium für Klimaschutz, Umwelt, Energie, Mobilität, Innovation und Technologie & CETP (TBC)

15:50 > Discussion summary and closing of the session

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September 16th 

9.00 – 9.30 > Morning talk with…

Chair: Peter Eecen, Coordinator EERA JP Wind

Special guest: Adel El Gammal, Secretary General EERA

Title: “EERA Perspective: Clean Energy Transition in Green Recovery times”

10.00 – 12.00 > SP2 & SP7 session on “Infrastructure for material and structural testing”

Chairs: Paul McKeever, Arno van Wingerde

10.00 – 10.10 > Introduction from the chairs

10.10 – 10.25 >  “Blade shape sensing and the joint use of multiple measurement facilities” – Koen Hermans (10 + 5 Q/A)

10.25 – 10.40 > “Elliptical biaxial rotor blade fatigue test with resonant excitation” – David Melcher (10 + 5 Q/A)

10.40 – 10.55 > “Torsional Testing of Wind Turbine Blades” – David Langston (10 + 5 Q/A)

10.55 – 11.10 > “INNTERESTING: Innovative Future-Proof Testing Methods for Reliable Critical Components in Wind Turbines” – Olave Mireia (10 + 5 Q/A)

11.10 – 11.25 > “Combined mechanical and electrical fatigue of XLPE dielectric material for dynamic cables” – David Young (10 + 5 Q/A)

11.25 – 11.40 > “Status and Challenges in Mechanical Testing Infrastructure for Wind Energy Converter Components at BAM” – Mattias Baeßler, Marc Thiele (10 + 5 Q/A)

11.40 – 11.50 > Discussion on Q/A

11.50 – 12.00 > Conclusions from the chairs

14.00 – 16.00 > SP5 & SP8 session on “Transforming the energy system and the impact to European citizens”

Chairs: Nicolaos Cutululis, Lena Kitzing

14.00 – 14.10 > Introduction from the chairs: Lena Kitzing, Nicolaos Cutululis

14.10 – 14.30 > “Quantifying the trade-off between cost-efficiency and public acceptance for onshore wind” – Russel McKenna

14.30 – 15.50 > “Optimisation of Co-located Wind Farm and Battery Storage: the UK Perspective” – Fulin Fan

15.50 – 15.10 > “Market design for a meshed offshore wind grid” – Laurens de Vries

15.10 – 15.30 > “Research Priorities within Offshore Wind. Grasping the opportunities and solving the challenges” – Finn Gunnar Nielsen

15.30 – 16.00 > Discussion

  • Moderator 1: Lena Kitzing, Planning & Deployment, social, environmental and economic issues (SP8)
  • Moderator 2: Nicolaos A. Cutululis, Coordinator of EERA JP Wind Sub-programme on System integration (SP5)

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September 17th 

9.00 – 9.30 > Morning talk with…

Chair: Peter Eecen, Coordinator EERA JP Wind

Special guest: Hélène Chraye, Head of unit for D1 – “Clean Energy Transition” / Directorate D – Clean Planet

Title: “Wind energy: a chance for decarbonisation, a chance for EU energy resilience”

10.00 – 12.00 > SP3 & SP4 session on “Changing wind conditions and the impact to the wind turbine design”

Chairs: Jake Badger, Antonio Ugarte Olarreaga, Beatriz Méndez

10.00 – 10.05 > Welcome, introduction session and, introduction to Part I – Jake Badger

10.05 – 10.30 >  “State of knowledge and research on climate change, wind resources and variability”- Andrea Hahmann, DTU Wind Energy

10.30 – 10.50 > “Preliminary results of the COTUR (Coherence of TURbulence) project”- Etienne Cheynet,  University of Bergen

10.50 – 10.55 > Introduction to part II – Beatriz Méndez (CENER)

10.55 – 11.15 > “MDAO for wind turbines” – Frederik Zahle  (DTU)

11.15 – 11:35 > “Erosion effect over airfoil aerodynamics” – Francesco Grasso (Vestas)

11.35 – 11.55 >  “Monitoring of state of health and performance of wind farms based on aeroelastic models and real operating conditions” – Álvaro González (CENER)

11.55 – 11.00 > Conclusions – Antonio Ugarte Olarreaga (CENER)

14.00 – 16.00 > SP6 session on “Floating offshore wind technology”

Chair:  John Olav Tande

14.00 – 14.00 > Welcome and introduction by chair: A lighthouse vision for floating wind, John Tande, Chief Scientist, SINTEF

14.10 – 14.30 > Deep Purple for stable power supply and hydrogen production from offshore wind, Andreas Løvli, Specialist System Engineer, Technip FMC

14.30 – 14.50 > Floating Wind Turbines: Physics and efficient modelling, Henrik Bredmose, Professor, DTU

14.50 – 15.10 > Semisubmersible floating technology – the OO-Star Wind Floater, Erik Løkken Walter, Senior Advisor Renewable Energy, Olav Olsen

15.10 – 15.20 > Break

15.20 – 15.40 > Planning the installation of floating offshore wind energy systems, Teresa Simões Esteves, Researcher, LNEG

15.40 – 16.10 > Effects of platform motions on FOWT rotor performances, Jean-Christophe Gilloteaux, researcher, Centrale Nantes

16.10 – 16.30 > The Oceanic Platform of the Canary Islands: Fostering FOW – Infrastructures and current EU projects, Ayoze Castro Alonso, Research Manager, PLOCAN

16.30 – 16.40 >  Summing up

16.40 > End of session

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September 18th

9.00 – 9.30 > Morning talk with…

Chair: Peter Eecen, Coordinator EERA JP Wind

Special guest: David Molenaar, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy 

Title: “Large, larger, largest?”

10.00 – 12.00 > EERA JP Wind Steering Committee meeting

Chair: Peter Hauge Madsen

14.00 – 16.00 > EERA JP Wind SP1 Workshop on Open and Fair Data

Chair: Peter Eecen

14.00 – 14.10 > Introduction, Peter Eecen, TNO, Netherlands.

14.10 – 14.30 > “The Swiss Wind Energy Machine Learning Platform”, Sarah Barber , OST – Eastern Switzerland University of Applied Sciences (15 min + 5 Q/A)

14.30 – 14:40 > Introduction to the concept of not only sharing data, but also sharing the data processing algorithms

14.40 – 15:00  > Whiteboard is open for all participants to add thoughts and input how to realise such idea of sharing software.

15:00  – 15:10  > Summary of findings

15.10 – 15.30 > “Data Stewards”

15.30 – 15:45  > Whiteboard is open for all participants to add thoughts and input how to realise such idea.

15:45  – 15:55  > Summary of findings

15:55  – 16:00  > Close of session, Peter Eecen

14.00 – 16.00 >EERA JP Wind SP8 Workshop “Integrating the new R&I priorities on sustainability, social acceptance and economics into research”.

Chair: Lena Kitzing

This workshop will be conducted as an open discussion about integrating the new EERA Wind R&I strategy into our research and research strategies for sustainability, social acceptance, economics and human resources of wind energy. We will discuss how each member contributes to research in the area, how the identified research gaps and action areas are addressed, and what more needs to be done to bring the strategy into action. We will revisit the SP8 structure and its research themes, and discuss how they can be better aligned with the new R&I strategy. We will use an interactive discussion tool, to give everyone an equal voice and to achieve guided and effective idea development.

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We are glad to communicate that this year you can participate to the event also through the Poster Challenge.

The deadline to participate to the Poster Challenge is extended until Friday, September 11.

The participants are invited to upload on the event website an online poster, to share with each other the outcomes of projects and to look for foster collaborations.

The poster does not have to be exclusive to this event, but it may have already been used in previous conferences.

It will be published and available in the platform for one year after the Online Conference 2020.

 

The formatting of the poster is free, you just need to send a PDF file, with a title to Flaminia Riccioni Capelli at f.riccionicapelli@eera-set.eu.

 

Any extra information from the list below is welcome, but not necessary.

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Documents for the Poster Challenge:

  • PDF
  • Website of the project (in case there is)

Information for each poster:

  • Name
  • Country
  • Content (description)
  • Topic
  • Image (Icon)
  • Author (person from the registered participants)

The event will take place on a digital platform, specially developed by SPOTME for EERA JP Wind.

More information about online access will be provide to registered participants.