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Finnish researchers were already investigating the possibility of de-icing wind turbines in the early 1990’s. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the new millennium that the first de-icing systems became commercially available. The expansion of wind energy in cold climates and icing conditions since the first Winterwind conference in 2008 has been extraordinary. Back then, the estimated total installed annual wind power capacity in cold locations was approximately 1 300 MW. Estimates for 2012 are closer to 5 000 MW annually. This progress could not have been possible without the tireless work of researchers and engineers worldwide. Winterwind is a forum for these researchers and industry participants to find new business partners and discuss the latest technological innovations. Each year, the Winterwind conference attracts the absolute expertise in the field.

More Than A Yearly Event

Our conviction is that sharing experiences drives development. From this perspective, we want to be more than a yearly event. Our objective is to be a knowledge hub for cold climate wind energy all year around. To achieve this, we will continuously add new material to our blog and on our social media channels. To receive updates and connect with other cold climate wind energy professionals, visit our Linkedin or Facebook pages or subscribe to our rss-feed.

Finnish researchers were already investigating the possibility of de-icing wind turbines in the early 1990’s. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the new millennium that the first de-icing systems became commercially available. The expansion of wind energy in cold climates and icing conditions since the first Winterwind conference in 2008 has been extraordinary. Back then, the estimated total installed annual wind power capacity in cold locations was approximately 1 300 MW. Estimates for 2012 are closer to 5 000 MW annually. This progress could not have been possible without the tireless work of researchers and engineers worldwide. Winterwind is a forum for these researchers and industry participants to find new business partners and discuss the latest technological innovations. Each year, the Winterwind conference attracts the absolute expertise in the field.

More Than A Yearly Event

Our conviction is that sharing experiences drives development. From this perspective, we want to be more than a yearly event. Our objective is to be a knowledge hub for cold climate wind energy all year around. To achieve this, we will continuously add new material to our blog and on our social media channels. To receive updates and connect with other cold climate wind energy professionals, visit our Linkedin or Facebook pages or subscribe to our rss-feed.

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Winterwind program

  1. 1. News Program News Program 18.30 Mingle at Triventus offices, Köpmangatan 22 11 FEB 08.30–10.00 PB-SALEN ARNLJOT SONATEN 13 FEB – Get a head start and meet the participants before the conference officially opens! Triventus invites you for a drink. Tests and results from cold Health and safety TIDBITS The event starts at 18.30 and you are welcome to drop in at any time during the evening. climate turbines (WORKSHOP) Chairs: Åsa Elmqvist and Chair: Stefan Ivarsson Chair: Johanna Olesen Stefan Söderberg – Lessons learned and commercial find- – Numerical investigation on the noise – Sjisjka Wind Farm – a wind farm in 8.30 – PB-SALEN ings or results? What has the Canadian generation of iced wind turbine roadless country close to the Arctic market concluded so far? Frédéric airfoils Richard Hann, Institute of Aero- Circle Tommy Borgh, Jämtkraft 9.00 Registration and breakfast – Sponsored event in SONATEN! Wind Energy in Canada – market developments and research projects 12 FEB Côté, Technocentre Éolien – Progress for plans in the Nordic region dynamics and Gas Dynamics, University of Stuttgart – Temperature and wind influence on power transmission capability of Stefan Ivarsson, Scandinavian Wind – The applications of ice throw model- power lines in the vicinity of cold – SEU operation and maintenance ling to risk assessment and planning in climate wind farms – case studies in 10.30 –12.15 PB-SALEN experiences of wind turbines in cold cold climates Gail Hutton, RES Group Finland Sanna Uski–Joutsenvuo, VTT Opening session Chairs: Anna Jivén and Göran Ronsten climate Thomas Mannelqvist, – The effect on noise emission from – Smart Charging matches the needs Skellefteå Kraft wind turbines due to ice accretion on from EV’s and PHEV’s Mikael Hagman, – Welcome back to Winterwind 2013! Fredrik Lindahl, Chairman of the Board of the Swedish Wind Power Association – Panel discussion rotor blades Peter Arbinge, ÅF Sound & Jämtkraft – Jämtkraft – a driving force in the development of energy from renewable sources Anders Ericsson, CEO Jämtkraft Vibration Karl Bendtsen, Siemens AB, Energy – Harnessing the potential of cold climate wind energy on a 4 degree warmer earth Lawrence Jones, Alstom Grid Sector, Head Sales & Proposals, Wind – Challenges for the service technician Small WT – NCAR’s Wind Power Forecasting System Luca Delle Monache, NCAR Power SE, Sören Plagborg Vestas, in cold climate conditions Marcus Carl- – Hybrid wind–diesel system with – The Chinese Wind Turbine Market Sebastian Meyer, Azure VP Turbines & R&D, Eva Sjögren,  ström, YH-vindkraftteknikerutbildning/ compressed air storage for remote Sales Officer, Enercon, Kurt Stürken, Nätverket för vindbruk Nordic areas François Tremblay, Managing Director, REpower – Panel discussion Technocentre Éolien 12.15–13.00 LUNCH 13.00–13.30 POSTER SESSION Systems Scandinavia AB Authors and Bengt Göransson 13.30–15.00 PB-SALEN ARNLJOT Detection, mapping and forecasting of icing How to create black numbers from wind 10.00–10.30 COFFEE BREAK Chairs: Adriana Hudecz and Patrik Jonsson in cold climate in short term view – Creating an icing climatology using typical months Chair: Anna Jivén 10.30–12.00 PB-SALEN ARNLJOT Petra Thorsson, Uppsala University – How to handle the financial risks during periods of crisis Forecasting and performance Standards and Certifications – Creating an icing climatology using downscaling as of today? Fredrik Bergström, Business Manager Sweden, Chairs: Esbjörn Olsson and Inga-Lill Olsson Chair: Bengt Göransson techniques – results from Vindforsk project V-313 Danske Commodities Hans Bergström, Uppsala University – Modelling of production losses due to icing for individual – Remote sensing devices in cold climates Iain Campbell, – On the uncertainty in the AEP estimates for wind farms turbines in a wind farm – development of techniques for RES Group – Mesoscale modelling of icing climate: Sensitivity to model in cold climate Øyvind Byrkjedal, Meteorologist, Kjeller forecasting and site assessment Magnus Baltscheffsky, – Recommended practices for wind energy in cold climates and model setup Stefan Söderberg, WeatherTech Vindteknikk, Norway WeatherTech Scandinavia AB – resource assessment and site classification Scandinavia AB – Securing financing for cold climate projects Justin Jeffs, – Assessment of “ground truth” for icing events and product Tomas Wallenius, VTT, – Forecasting production losses at a Swedish wind farm Head of Investment and Economics, Triventus Consulting, evaluation Ben C. Bernstein, Leading Edge Atmospherics, – Towards standardization considering cold climate needs Neil Davis, DTU Wind Energy Sweden LLC – Longmont Petteri Antikainen, VTT – An investigation into turbine performance and wind – The Havsnäs pilot project – cold climate and high hub heights flow modelling under cold weather driven atmospheric Alan Derrick, RES Group 15.00–15.30 COFFEE BREAK conditions Carla Ribeiro, GL Garrad Hassan 15.30–17.00 PB-SALEN ARNLJOT SONATEN De-Icing, Anti-Icing Market potential 12.00–12.30 LUNCH 12.30–13.00 POSTER SESSION Laboratory and and Ice Management field tests Chairs: Jos Beurskens and Johanna Olesen Chairs: Maja Vernström and René Cattin Chairs: Stefan Ivarsson and Sven-Erik Thor – Blade heating – is there a slot for 3rd 15.30–17.00 PB-SALEN – Anti-Icing coatings and de-icing – Savings with use of de-icing technol- party solution providers in the wind What to expect at Winterwind 2014 and beyond? technical approaches and status ogy for wind turbine blades in cold power supply chain? Esa Peltola, VTT Chairs: Frédéric Côté and Fredrik Lindahl Stephan Sell, Fraunhofer IFAM climate Hans Gedda, – Icing map of Sweden Øyvind – CFD simulation and reduced order modelling of atmospheric icing for accurate wind energy resource assessment – Challenges and concepts how to design H Gedda Consulting AB Byrkjedal, Kjeller vindteknikk Thomas Reid, Newmerical Technologies International and operate a turbine in cold and icy – Measurement of contact angle at sub- – Ice profile classification based on ISO – Sven-Erik's and Jos' reflections Sven-Erik Thor and Jos Beurskens climates Lea Kirsch, REpower Systems zero temperatures and implication for 12494 Matthew Wadham-Gagnon, – What to expect at Winterwind 2014 and beyond? Panel discussion with Linda Vikström – Operating experience with anti-icing ice formation Golrokh Heydari, KTH TechnoCentre Éolien Proposed participants: Thomas Reid, Sven-Erik Thor, Jos Beurskens, Frédéric Côté, Fredrik Lindahl and Finn Madsen systems in Nordex turbines Astrid – The use of a large climate chamber – Vibration and load measurements of – Welcome back to Winterwind 2014 in ...! Fredrik Lindahl Löwe, Nordex Energy for extreme temperature testing & two MWscale turbines operating in – 25 years of experience with turbines turbine component validation Pieter icing conditions Ville Lehtomäki, in cold climate Finn Daugaard Madsen, Siemens Wind Power Jan Jordaens, Sirris / OWI-Lab VTT & Matthew Wadham-Gagnon, Technocentre Éolien 07.30–15.00 Field trip to Havsnäs wind park – Experience wind power in cold climate and mingle with staff members and scholars from Nordisk Vindkraft and RES 14 FEB 19.00–01.00 MINGLE AND DINNER 12 13

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