Cost effective wind power systems-Photo: Torben Nielsen

Cost-effective wind power

Wind power constitutes the largest renewable energy contribution in the contemporary, and the future, Danish power system. Therefore a major share of the future development is anticipated within design and integration of off shore wind farms.

In order to absorb and integrate the increasing share of wind energy, new development is ongoing within new grid compliance, advanced wind turbine control, turbine ability to provide grid service, coordinated control of wind farms, new transmission technology (multi-terminal HVDC), data driven power forecasting, and zoning based on real time weather data.

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Selected examples:

Wind power project
Wind power and storage modelling, and integrated control in electric distribution systems.
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Development of a cost-effective condition monitoring and failure prognosis system of the drive train subcomponents.
DTU Electrical Engineering
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Contact

Pierre Pinson
Professor
DTU Electrical Engineering
+45 45 25 35 41

Contact

Arne Hejde Nielsen
Associate Professor
DTU Electrical Engineering
+45 45 25 35 04
http://www.cee.elektro.dtu.dk/research/Optimized-electric-energy-technologies/Cost-effective-wind-power
18 NOVEMBER 2017