Task 32

About Task 32

Since 2012, Task 32 has provided an opportunity for the open exchange of ideas, experience, and techniques for the use of lidar for wind energy applications between industry and academics. Task 32 has built a strong community that addresses research and development issues that are important for a range of users.  Task 32 actively works towards transferring research and development results into every-day use. The Task enables this by providing a structured forum for international collaborations between researchers, vendors, and users to exchange needs, ideas, and experience. The Task focuses on producing tangible results such as recommended practices that can be used by practitioners. At the same time, Task 32 continues to work in collaboration with other IEA Wind Tasks and related industry and academic groups to help encourage scientific investigations and align them with users’ needs.

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Task 32 News and Announcements

  • Task 32 Slack Channel

    We've just opened a new slack channel for Task 32. See this post for details.
  • Task 32 Extended for 3 Years!

    Task 32 has been working for the last six years to bring together the R&D community, industry, and government from 12 countries together to enable the adoption of wind lidar for wind energy. And now we can announce we're going to keep going for another three!

    On October  18th 2018 we got the approval of the IEA Wind ExCo to keep operating Task 32 in a very similar way to the last three years.

    That means that we'll hold regular thematic workshops to bring together stakeholders to address a specific issue, and use our annual meetings to help suggest strategy for the Task. And, the Task's international Advisory Board will help keep us rolling.

    We'll be announcing our next workshops and events soon. We look forwards to continuing to work with you all!

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