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Breakthrough in Electricity Storage: New Large and Powerful Redox Flow Battery

19 March, 2013

More and more electricity is being generated from intermittent sources of power, such as solar and wind energy. Powerful electric energy storage devices are necessary to level out corresponding irregularities in the power supply. Fraunhofer scientists have recently made an important breakthrough...

New Mathematical Techniques Simulate Offshore Wind Farms in the Netherlands

19 March, 2013

Recent figures by CBS (Statistics Netherlands) show that 4% of the energy produced in the Netherlands comes from renewable sources. Benjamin Sanderse, PhD at Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) has developed advanced mathematical methods that are able to produce a reliable simulation of...

Agenda - Offshore Vessels & Access forum

18 March, 2013

We are delighted to announce that the speaker line-up & agenda for 2013’s premier Vessels & Access Forum on 14-15 May in London is now available. This event promises to provide all you need to know to make the best maritime logistics choices for current & future projects.

Photo competition ‘Discover the power of wind energy’

14 March, 2013

Chance to win €1,000 Amazon voucher in Global Wind Day photo competition. Wind energy is more than a technology. It captures the imagination, inspires, fascinates and captivates. We each have a wind energy story to tell - so why don't you share yours with us?

Marie Curie workshop reminder

8 March, 2013

Dear MAREWINT partners, I would like to remind you about the entrepreneurial workshop that will take place at KU Leuven. Apart from being a good opportunity to learn how to manage projects and relate to people working within the same project, it will also be a good opportunity for Marie Curie...More

Deadline for Special Issue on Wind Turbine PHM Extended

6 March, 2013

Due to several requests the IJPHM Wind Special Issue submission has been reopened to extend the final submission deadline until March 31, 2013.More

MARE-WINT Initial Training Network Project Launched

1 March, 2013

A major new research through training project – lead by the Institute of Fluid Flow Machinery of Polish Academy of Sciences – has been launched with the aim of training in the context of doctoral programmes for 14 researchers in multi-disciplinary area of future generation of Offshore Wind Turbines.

Windmills at Sea Can Break Like Matches

27 February, 2013

Medium-sized waves can break wind turbines at sea like matches. These waves occur even in small storms, which are quite common in the Norwegian Sea.

Ireland: MARINET Opens 3rd Call for Free Access to Its Test Facilities

27 February, 2013

The Marine Renewables Infrastructure Network for Emerging Energy Technologies (MARINET) has opened a 3rd Call for applications for free-of-charge access to MARINET facilities.

Resource Assessment 2013

27 February, 2013

Registration open! Organised for the industry by the industry, EWEA technology workshops are excellent value for money and are typically half the price of those offered by commercial organisers. As the industry’s European non-profit association, EWEA can hold these workshops thanks to the continued...

One of the strategic objectives of the industrial initiative of the SET Plan on wind energy is to reduce cost of energy by...

Longer Blades and New Materials...

posted on 3 March, 2015

A recent report from Navigant Research examines the significant forces shaping the global wind power industry’s supply chain, including analyses of more than 500 component and materials suppliers.

Mare-Wint Mid Term Review Meeting

posted on 30 May, 2014

The mid term review meeting will be hosted by IMP PAN on 2nd and 3rd June 2014.The reviewer from the EU, will have discussions with the fellows on 2nd June.The technical and management aspects of the...More