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May 2017

The Wake Conference 2017 was a great success with more than 80 participants and more than 50 presentations.The research in wake and wind farm interaction has greatly intensified in the last decade and is becoming increasingly important as larger and larger wind farms are built and as they are being built closer to each other. Adding to the intriguing physics of wake and wind farm interaction is that many of the new wind farms are being erected in sites located in complex terrain. The organizers of the conference have an established tradition of bringing together researchers in this field.   More

June 2017

The WindEurope event Offshore WIND ENERGY 2017 in London offered within its conference programme as in previous years a poster exhibition, honoring outstanding posters. The poster award committee is traditionally consisting of eawe members. Dr. Stephan Barth was happy to congratulate the winners.  More

June 2017

The registration for the 3rd International Conference on Future Technologies for Wind Energy taking place October 24-26, 2017, in Boulder, Colorado, USA is open. Please click here to register or visit the website at for additional details.   More

July 2017

The 4th workshop on systems engineering for wind energy will take place on the 13th and 14th of September, 2017.
At this fourth workshop, DTU Wind Energy and NREL will be hosting the workshop in Europe to encourage participation from European wind energy systems engineering practitioners and interested parties. This year’s theme will be on exposing interactions in the system and exploring how different wind energy stakeholders addressing them in new, integrated and innovative ways.   More

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