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Program 2018:

Dag 1:

08.45: Eftervalsanalys – vad väntar vindkraften?

Efter sommarens extremväder ökades fokus på klimatfrågorna. Hur ser det ut efter valet – har vindkraften en framträdande roll i debatten? Charlotte Unger Larson, Vd för Svensk Vindenergi, analyserar valresultatets konsekvenser för den förnybara energibranschen. Vilka förändringar kan vi förvänta oss från den nybildade regeringen?

  • Charlotte Unger Larson, vd, Svensk Vindenergi
  • Ibrahim Baylan, Sveriges Energiminister (S)

 

10.45: Benefits of post-construction analysis (ENG)

Significant gains can be realised through looking at operational data from wind projects and spotting under-performance. Using a digital twin, an operator can easily monitor production to avoid issues that might otherwise have continued for months. These approaches can be fed back into pre-construction energy losses. Want to learn more? Let’s talk!

  • Jan NäsDNV-GL

 

11.45 From document chaos to modern information supply chain in wind power business (ENG)

Modern wind power businesses are dependent of having right information available at the right time. However, certain roles are spending 20% of working hours just to find the right information, such as technical documentation. Come and hear how intelligent information management in wind power processes can make a difference.

  • Linnea Lindberg, ECM Business ConsultantTieto

 

12.45: Different shades of being green (ENG)

Corporate PPAs are high on the agenda but how can the wind industry promote more corporates to engage? Key is to understand the driving forces behind corporates interest in renewable sourcing.

  • Thomas Nilsson, Senior OriginatorAXPO

 

13.45: Long term stability for both producer and consumer with corporate PPA (ENG)

Through a corporate PPA the producer gets the possibility of a secured cash flow over time, which opens up for better financing conditions (bankability) and a secured investment. The consumer gets the benefit of renewable power which will strengthen their brand. Furthermore, it means a defined/secured cost for power over time – and on top of that a very favourable price level compared to the prognoses of future power price.

  • Sten Lillienau, Key Account Mgr NordicsNEAS

 

15.30: 20 years of experience with wind resource assessments and icing calculations. And some birthday cake. (ENG)

Kjeller Vindteknikk turns 20 years in 2018. We will share our experiences from the wind power business during the last 20 years and take a look at the major issues that are still to be solved when it comes to wind resource and cold climate. Come and join us for celebrations with birthday cake and some new insights.

  • Rickard Klinkert, Vd  Kjeller Vindteknikk

 

16.30: Nordex Delta4000: Designed to boost your business case

Get the latest information on status of development for the Delta4000 product series.

  • Nils Lehming, Senior Product ManagerNordex Group

 

17.30: Life Time Extension Analysis for Operational Wind Assets – Real Case Based on Standard ANSI/UL-4143 (ENG)

Life time extension analysis and its key points based on standard UL-4143. Methodology and technical background used by UL Renewables through a real case.

  • Pedro Talavera, Business development manager – Northern EuropeUL Renewables

Dag 2

 

10.15: E-mobility: Enhancing integration of renewables into the future power system (ENG)

The transition to more and more e-mobility will lead to a general increase in electricity consumption. With the E-Charger 600 ENERCON is launching a product right at the interface between renewable electricity generation and e-mobility which at the same time will dramatically reduce the charging times for vehicles.

  • Richard Ogiewa, Sales Grid Integration EngineerEnercon

 

11.15 From document chaos to modern information supply chain in wind power business (ENG)

Modern wind power businesses are dependent of having right information available at the right time. However, certain roles are spending 20% of working hours just to find the right information, such as technical documentation. Come and hear how intelligent information management in wind power processes can make a difference.

  • Linnea Lindberg, ECM Business ConsultantTieto

 

12.15: Tid och kostnadsbesparingsmöjligheter vid etablering av nya vindkraftsparker
  • Per Ken AbergTensar