Category: Events

14
Jun

Offshore Wind Energy 2017

Offshore Wind Energy 2017, one of the best events to exchange ideas, establish partnerships and to find out more about this increasingly competitive renewable industry, took place last week in London. With more than 400 exhibitors and impressive conference sessions, this remarkable event gathered around 10,000 participants from over the world.

The continuous pressure to reduce levelised cost of electricity (LCOE) has led in the past few years, leading and emerging players in the wind energy sector to develop longer rotors, taller towers and increase turbine power ratings. The latest technical challenges were exhibited in this event and the ACMWind could not be out of it.

Many visitors were introduced to ACMWind concept. Low-cost, reliable and non-intrusive, ACMWind is the first condition monitoring system to be launched on the market using an acoustic sensor array to detect faults in drivetrain components at an early stage.

ACMWind is set out to meet the wind industry growing demand and we are very pleased for getting visibility in such a major event. The combination of years of experience, passion, innovation and expertise are the core value that put ACMWind ahead of our competitors and for this reason we strongly believe in ACMWind success.

We look forward to seeing you in the next event!

31
May

Come and visit us at Offshore Wind Energy 2017

Next week ACMWind team will be participating at the world’s largest offshore wind energy gathering: Offshore Wind Energy Exhibition 2017 in London.

Come and visit us at our booth S-J2 (TWI) to know more about ACMWind. Discover how our innovative low-cost acoustic condition monitoring system that detects failures in the rotating machinery of the wind turbine will revolutionize the wind energy market.

Offshore Wind Energy 2017
6-8 June
ExCel, London E16 1XL
London
Booth S-J2 (TWI)

Do not miss this opportunity. Hope to see you there!

06
Oct

WindEurope Summit 2016 – Hamburg

WindEurope Summit 2016, the world’s largest wind energy event, took place last week in Hamburg, Germany. The largest wind turbine manufactures and wind farm operators were present including Gamesa, Vestas, Enercon, Siemens, General Electrics, Iberdrola, Acciona and Dong Energy among others. In total, more than 1,200 exhibitors demonstrated their innovations and solutions from across the entire value chain of the industry.

In parallel with the exhibition, the WindEurope Summit conference was held with strong emphasis on the challenge to recover from the recent drop of investment in the wind energy industry in the recent years in Europe in order to meet the European targets of CO2 emissions reduction for 2020 and 2030. The main players agreed that reducing levelized cost of energy (LCOE) and favourable policies from governments would be the main solutions to recover investors to this industry.

In addition, the latest technical challenges including the necessity to reduce the cost of energy storage solutions, life extension and de-icing solutions for cold climate installations among others were addressed during the conference. Off-shore energy was one of the key topics in most of the sessions. The necessity to reduce the capital and operation and maintenances (O&M) costs of this plants were remarked as the key solutions to increase the competitiveness of this energy source.

28
Sep

Life Extension Challenges and Solutions for Operating Wind Farms

Last week almost 200 people joined for the conference “Life extension challenges and solutions for operating wind farms” organized by AEE (Asociación Empresarial Eólica). The event took place in Madrid over two consecutive days, attracting the main sector players to discuss the status of the wind energy assets in the following years.

The wind sector in Spain faces the challenge of having 46% of the wind farms with more than 15 years by 2020 and 43% between 10 and 15 years. Given market constraints and lack of incentives for repowering, life extension has increasingly become an important solution for wind farm owners in Spain.

Such decision, as very emphasized there, should not be taken in the year 18th, but much earlier. It involves a precise diagnostic developed for each wind turbine individually, independently if few meters set apart one turbine to other. Monitoring alternatives to improve useful life and optimize performance and wind assets life extension certification were presented as well.

ACMWind team represented by our business developer had the pleasure to talk about our technology and ambitions as an innovative product to some participants who demonstrated great acceptance and interest. We are very proud of developing a product that will be highly competitive in cost and performance compared to the existing systems on the market!