During the Electric City Conference, industry representatives and researchers were able to present leading topics and challenges in wind energy and their research results in the „Posters” session. During the event, 8 posters and research results were appreciated.
Around 200 poster sessions were held in Copenhagen – the event gave everyone the opportunity to talk to the authors of the posters and about the content presented in them. Among the most frequent topics were offshore wind project implementation, floating wind turbines, digital twins, transmission infrastructure development, wind farm control, turbine simulation, transport electrification, power-to-X (P2X) technologies, renewable hydrogen and others. Representatives from business and academia in the wind energy sector included, among others, representatives from European universities, ORE Catapult, DTU Wind Energy, Hitachi Energy, SuperGrid Institute, Energy Industries Council (EIC), and DNV.
The „POSTER AWARD WINNER” was awarded to 8 people:
– Corinna Möhrlen, Managing Director at WEPROG. The expert was awarded for her poster „How do Humans decide under Wind Power Forecast Uncertainty?
– Daniel Buhagiar, co-founder and CEO of FLASC B.V. for his poster „Offshore Wind-to-Hydrogen Production Plant integrated with an Innovative Hydro-pneumatic Energy Storage Device
– Fabrice Guillemin, wind turbine inspection manager at IFP Energies Nouvelles, for his poster „A time-domain turbulent wind field generator constrained by 4-D LiDAR measurements for accurate loads assessment”
– Manly Callewaert, innovation and development department leader at Marlinks, for her poster „Deriving an experimental and analytical relation between core and fiber temperature of a 3P XLPE cable”
– Stefi McMaster, PhD scientist at the Centre for Human Factors, for her poster ‚Employee Fatigue in Offshore Wind: Towards a Sustainable Workforce’;
– Césare Peeren, architect and founder of Superuse, for his poster ‚Blade Made: a design strategy for end of life wind blades’
– Martin Georgiev, a biologist at the Institute of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, for his poster „Real-time bird detection and collision risk control in wind farms”
– Braj Bhushan Prasad, assistant professor at Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, for his poster „Strategies for implementing particle dampers to reduce low-frequency sound emission from an onshore wind turbine blade”.