SP3 WORKSHOP on Science of air-sea interaction new challenges for floating wind
14th of April 2021 - webinar
This is a workshop organized by EERA JP Wind Sub-programme on Wind conditions and climatic effects (SP3).
It will address challenges related to estimation, prediction and mapping of the relevant quantities for developing floating wind. Another way to describe our workshop theme is the question, “What science and what science advancement is needed to better understand the met-ocean conditions properly, to facilitate the installation of a successful and cost effective 7 GW of floating wind by 2030 (as analysis by WindEurope states)?”
The workshop will be hosted by EERA JP Wind and DTU Wind Energy online via on 14th April 9:30-12:00.
14th April 9:30-12:00
9:30 – 9:40 Jake Badger, Welcome and topic context
9:40 – 10:10 Julia Gottschall, Martin Dörenkämper – Fraunhofer Institute for Wind Energy Systems, Germany
Introducing a Digital Wind Buoy to the Resource Assessment for Floating Wind (20 min + 10 min Q/A)
10:10 – 10:40 Xiaoli Guo Larsén, Jana Fischereit, Marc Imberger, Jake Badger – DTU Wind Energy, Denmark
Capturing extreme met-ocean conditions for offshore turbines and farms (20 min + 10 min Q/A)
10:40 – 11:10 Erik Sahlée, Christoffer Hallgren, Johan Arnqvist, Stefan Ivanell, Heiner Körnich, Ville Vakkari – Uppsala University, Sweden
Evaluation of Re-analysis wind profiles over the Baltic Sea (20 min + 10 min Q/A)
11:10 – 11:40 António Couto, Teresa Simões – National Laboratory of Energy and Geology (LNEG), Portugal
Offshore wind resource assessment for Offshore Renewables Planning (20 min + 10 min Q/A)
11:40 – 12.00 Discussion, wrap up and conclusions