Participants

Task 30 Participants


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CWEA (Sponsor)
1) China General Certification Center
2) Dalian University of Technology

3) Shanghai Investigation, Design & Research Inst.
4) Shanghai Electric Group Company Limited
5) Xinjiang Goldwind Sci & Tech Co.,Ltd.
6) Ming Yang Smart Energy Group., Ltd.

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Denmark
1) DTU Wind Energy
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France
1) PRINCIPIA
2) EDF
3) IFP Energies Nouvelles
4) Vulcain
5) Bureau Veritas
6) DORIS Engineering

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Germany
1) Fraunhofer IWES
2) University of Stuttgart SWE
3) Ramboll
4) Rostock University
5) University of Duisburg-Essen
6) Hamburg University of Technology
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Italy
1) Polytechnico Di Milano
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Japan
1) University of Tokyo
3) ClassNK
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Korea
1) University of Ulsan
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Netherlands
1) Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
2) TU Delft
3) MARIN
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Norway
1) Norwegian University of Science and Technology
2) Institute for Energy Technology
3) 4Subsea
4) Simis
5) SINTEF Ocean
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Spain
1) SENER
2) CENER
3) IH Cantabria
4) Tecnalia
5) Siemens PLM
6) Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya
7) SAITEC Offshore
8) Core-Marine

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United Kingdom
1) DNV GL

2) Orcina
3) University of Exeter
4) Queen’s University
5) Newcastle University
6) University of Strathclyde

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United States
1) ABS Consulting
2) National Renewable Energy Laboratory
3) University of Michigan
4) Sandia National Labs
5) Bureau Veritas
6) Principle Power
7) Convergent Science













Participation


Participation is open to organizations in the member countries of the IEA Wind Agreement. Participating countries pay an annual fee of €5,000. There is no limit on the number of experts who can contribute from each member country, but each contributor should be approved by the country’s IEA Wind ExCo representative.

It is recommended that researchers actively involved with model development and load prediction participate. Participants should attend all meetings and exchange information by email, net conferencing, and telecoms throughout the project. They decide on the details of the project and take part in writing the final reports. Participants agree to run cases according to inputs prescribed by committee consensus using appropriate computer simulation software.

Participants may join the working group at any time if they have the approval of their country’s ExCo representative and are current with their dues in the year of entry.

Operating Agents


Amy Robertson

National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
United States
+1 (303) 384-7157

Email: amy.robertson@nrel.gov