Wind farm efficiency consultancy project with Keele University
Consultancy to help identify potential support engineering wind farm efficiencies. A partnership project with a Keele University research programme, supporting Europe’s largest Smart Energy Network Demonstrator (SEND)*.
A targeted three-month research collaboration activity, with Keele University demonstrating the benefits of ILS methodology, analysis, and expertise. The objective was to uncover risks and performance savings, to improve future wind turbine and renewal energy supportability.
The project identified significant whole life cost (WLC) considerations for key engineering aspects of wind farm reliability and maintainability. Recommendations were reported to SEND, via the Keele University programme, including maintenance and reliability cost-efficiencies and risk mitigations.
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