Events & Training for January 2015
3rd Water Research Conference
11 January 2015 - 14 January 2015
The 3rd Water Research Conference will address two main topics: Catalytic processes and new materials and technologies in water/wastewater treatment, and Water reuse and product recovery from water/wastewater treatment. The abstract submission deadline is 1 August 2014.
DNV GL Energy Academy: Advanced Use of WindFarmer Software
12 February 2015
In this one-day interactive workshop, we will look at some advanced features of WindFarmer software, focusing on how to improve the accuracy of your results, and how to calculate more than just your annual energy production. In the morning we will look at how to make the most of the features which give WindFarmer its accurate modelling, while the afternoon sessions will cover the range of outputs which WindFarmer can generate and how these can be used for energy analysis, operational diagnostics and short-term forecasting. For more information, please contact Andrew Brown on firstname.lastname@example.org
4th Durability and Fatigue Advances in Wind, Wave and Tidal Energy
22 April 2015
This fourth Engineering Integrity Society meeting aims to highlight recent advances in fatigue and durability assessment for renewable energy structures, building on previous events in 2006, 2008 and 2010. This year the event is hosted by the Institute for Energy Systems in the School of Engineering at the University of Edinburgh.
University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
DNV GL Energy Academy: Connecting Your Renewable Energy Project To The GB Grid – A Developer’s Guide
12 May 2015
This course is intended to give a core understanding of the process of gaining a connection to the distribution network or onshore transmission network, how the wind and solar developer can act for optimum outcome and the responsibilities placed upon them during the development of the grid connection.
For Registering / Booking and if you have any questions, please contact Andrew Brown, Training Manager, on email@example.com
DNV GL Energy Academy: A Guide to Wind Farm Performance
28 May 2015
On completion, delegates should understand the most significant factors affecting wind farm performance and how to measure them. Specifically: how an operational wind farm’s long-term energy yield is assessed; what performance factors appear in contracts; how turbine performance is measured; and how wind farm performance can be optimised and monitored. The course also includes live and interactive demonstrations of tools used to monitor and optimise the performance of turbines. For registering/booking, or if you have any questions, please contact Andrew Brown, Training Manager, on firstname.lastname@example.org