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InnWind.EU - Innovationen für die nächste Generation von Offshore-WEA der 10-20 MW-Klasse in den Bereichen Gründung, Turm, Generator-Umrichter-System

Leitung:Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil Raimund Rolfes
Laufzeit:5 Jahre
Förderung durch:Europäische Union (EU)
Link:http://www.innwind.eu/
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Innovationen für die nächste Generation von Offshore-WEA der 10-20 MW-Klasse in den Bereichen Gründung, Turm, Generator-Umrichter-System

 The proposed project is an ambitious successor for the UpWind project, where the vision of a 20MW wind turbine was put forth with specific technology advances that are required to make it happen. This project builds on the results from the UpWind project and will further utilize various national projects in different European countries to accelerate the development of innovations that help realize the 20MW wind turbine. DTU is the coordinator of this large project of 5 years duration and with a total of 27 European partners. The overall objectives of the INNWIND.EU project are the high performance innovative design of a beyond-state-of-the-art 10-20MW offshore wind turbine and hardware demonstrators of some of the critical components. The progress beyond the state of the art is envisaged as an integrated wind turbine concept with: The proposal addresses the heart of the Long Term R D Programme of the New Turbines and Components strand of the European Wind Initiative (EWI) established under SET-Plan, the Common European Policy for Energy Technologies. The consortium comprises of leading Industrial Partners and Research Establishments.

 

Contact Leibniz Universität Hannover

Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil Raimund Rolfes
Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geodetic Science, Institute of Structural Analysis
r.rolfesisd.uni-hannover.de

 

Project Coordinator

Anand Natarajan
Peter Hjuler Jensen
DTU Denmark

 

Consortium

Partners of Leibniz Universität Hannover

Institute of Structural Analysis (ISD)
Institute for Steel Construction (STAHL)
Institute for Building Materials (IfB)
Institute for Drive Systems and Power Electronics, Chair of Power Electronics and Drive Control (IAL – LE)


Further partners

Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
Aalborg University, Denmark (AAU)
National Technical University of Athens, Greece (NTUA)
Delft University of Technology, Netherlands (TUD)
University of Oldenburg
University of Patras, Greece
University of Sheffield, UK
University of Strathclyde, UK
University of Stuttgart
University of Bristol, UK
Center For Renewable Energy Sources, Greece (CRES)
SINTEF, Norway
Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Knowledge Centre WMC, Netherlands
Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft
Fundación CENER - CIEMAT, Spain
Danish Hydraulic Institute, Denmark (DHI)
Ramboll Environ, Inc.
Siemens, Denmark
Germanischer Lloyd Industrial Services GmbH (DVN - GL)
Garrad Hassan & Partners Limited, UK (DVN - GL)
Magnomatics, UK
SE Blades Technology, Netherlands (Suzlon)
Gamesa, Spain
WindEurope, Belgium
National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA (NREL)

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