Co-innovation project Tuulivoiman tuotanto ja tehokkuus (TUTTE) funded by Business Finland was conducted between 3.8.2020 and 2.11.2022. The goal of the joint action TUTTE was to produce new knowledge on factors contributing to and limiting the energy production of wind farms in Finnish climate. The focus was on seasonal and diurnal effects on wind flow, wind farm efficiency, wakes and contribution of surrounding terrain to wind farm efficiency. Measurements relating to icing conditions were collected.
To achieve these goals, the joint action was implemented in close collaboration with Finnish companies, and wind farm owners and operators. To enable the research projects of the joint action partners, two field measurement campaigns were executed. These campaigns were conducted in operating wind farms, one at an offshore location and another one onshore. Research data was also generated by means of simulations. International collaboration partners were Stanford University in California and The National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Colorado.
The project steering group included Allwinds Ab and EPV Tuulivoima Oy, their support in data collection is greatly appreciated. Other steering group companies were Flexens Oy, Numerola Oy (merged to AFRY Finland Oy during the project) and Wicetec Oy.
|Effective start/end date||3/08/20 → 2/11/22|
In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This project contributes towards the following SDG(s):