Improve your levelised cost of energy: Increase reliability and productivity with new retrofitting and repowering strategies
Use the right retrofitting and repowering options in your wind farm to unlock the full productivity and reliability benefits
With a decreasing number of cost effective sites and investment difficult to secure for new sites, it has never been more important to improve current equipment and get the most out of existing wind farms
This report will allow you to increase the productivity of existing turbines, it presents the risks involved in changing to new technology and outlines the huge benefits that can be seen from repowering.
THIS REPORT INCLUDES
- Insight into the practical techniques being used to improve the levelised cost of energy (LCOE)
- Analysis of the key reliability issues affecting the onshore wind industry
- In-depth information on the costs and benefits of retrofitting and repowering wind farm
- Accurate assessment of where the market is and the real possibilities for purchasing and repowering existing wind sites to take advantage of government incentives and improved modern technology
and much more!
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- Comprehensive analysis of the latest reliability data from 2011
- Scrutiny of the financial benefits of retrofitting and repowering
- Overview of the risk relating to these nascent activities
- Insightful summary of projected growth for the retrofit and repowering from 2012 onwards
In short it's a comprehensive round-up of the most current data for repowering in the wind energy industry today!
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I think the report is excellent… in fact I think it’s groundbreaking. Your timing is perfect here – just marginally ahead of the curve, and I applaud you and the team for an excellent effort.
John McDonald, Chief Executive Officer, Exro Technologies Inc
WHO IS THIS REPORT FOR?
- Developers and operators with farms lacking in reliability or productivity
- Component suppliers (wishing to show the value of their products)
- Service providers wishing to take advantage of this service with huge projected growth
- Investors wishing to see the true value in re-investment
- Insurance companies wishing to understand what changes retrofits or repowering will have to existing policies
With $40billion worth of turbines set to come out of their warranty period in 2012 it's never been more vital to understand and employ the best post warranty options for your wind farm.
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