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WEBINAR – Challenges and mitigation techniques for wind project developers and investors

Learn about three current challenges facing wind project developers and investors, and the emerging techniques to solve these challenges.

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Taylor Geer Taylor Geer
Global Practice Head Energy Assessment

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Pre-construction energy assessment

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    28 February 2017
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Complimentary Live Webinar

Tuesday 28 February 2017

4pm GMT / 11am EST / 8am PST

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Accuracy in a pre-construction wind energy assessment is critical to realise the true value of a wind project. The science of pre-construction wind energy prediction is continually advancing and it can be difficult to stay up-to-date with the latest developments. To that end, we invite you to learn about three current challenges facing wind project developers and investors, and the emerging techniques to solve these challenges:

  1. Predict the energy output of your project with higher temporal resolution
  2. Improve the accuracy of icing loss predictions
  3. Better understand how your turbine will perform

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Sign up and join us on 28 February at 4pm GMT / 11am EST / 8am PST.

The webinar is highly beneficial for wind energy assessors and those looking to invest or develop projects in cold climates. It will also prove useful for non-technical staff looking to learn more about wind resource assessment related issues. The webinar will last 60 minutes with time for audience questions.