State-of-the-art of wind energy in cold climates

Esa Peltola, Timo Laakso, Göran Ronsten, Lars Tallhaug, Robert Horbaty, Ian Baring-Gould, Antoine Lacroix

Research output: Book/ReportReportProfessional

Abstract

Wind turbines in cold climates refer to sites that have either icing events or low temperatures outside the operational limits of standard wind turbines. International Energy Agency, IEA R&D Wind has started a new annex, Wind Energy in Cold Climates. This is an international collaboration on gathering and providing information about wind turbine icing and low temperature operation. The goal is to monitor reliability of standard and adapted technology and establish guidelines for applying wind power in cold climates. In this report, the state-of-the-art of arctic wind energy is presented: knowledge on climatic conditions and resources, technical solutions in use and operational experience of wind turbines in cold climates.
Original languageEnglish
Commissioning bodyInternational Energy Agency
Number of pages53
Publication statusPublished - 2003
MoE publication typeD4 Published development or research report or study

Fingerprint

Wind turbines
Wind power
Low temperature operations
Temperature

Cite this

Peltola, E., Laakso, T., Ronsten, G., Tallhaug, L., Horbaty, R., Baring-Gould, I., & Lacroix, A. (2003). State-of-the-art of wind energy in cold climates.
Peltola, Esa ; Laakso, Timo ; Ronsten, Göran ; Tallhaug, Lars ; Horbaty, Robert ; Baring-Gould, Ian ; Lacroix, Antoine. / State-of-the-art of wind energy in cold climates. 2003. 53 p.
@book{28ed75c317d64bb282824d5e46a89dbd,
title = "State-of-the-art of wind energy in cold climates",
abstract = "Wind turbines in cold climates refer to sites that have either icing events or low temperatures outside the operational limits of standard wind turbines. International Energy Agency, IEA R&D Wind has started a new annex, Wind Energy in Cold Climates. This is an international collaboration on gathering and providing information about wind turbine icing and low temperature operation. The goal is to monitor reliability of standard and adapted technology and establish guidelines for applying wind power in cold climates. In this report, the state-of-the-art of arctic wind energy is presented: knowledge on climatic conditions and resources, technical solutions in use and operational experience of wind turbines in cold climates.",
author = "Esa Peltola and Timo Laakso and G{\"o}ran Ronsten and Lars Tallhaug and Robert Horbaty and Ian Baring-Gould and Antoine Lacroix",
year = "2003",
language = "English",

}

Peltola, E, Laakso, T, Ronsten, G, Tallhaug, L, Horbaty, R, Baring-Gould, I & Lacroix, A 2003, State-of-the-art of wind energy in cold climates.

State-of-the-art of wind energy in cold climates. / Peltola, Esa; Laakso, Timo; Ronsten, Göran; Tallhaug, Lars; Horbaty, Robert; Baring-Gould, Ian; Lacroix, Antoine.

2003. 53 p.

Research output: Book/ReportReportProfessional

TY - BOOK

T1 - State-of-the-art of wind energy in cold climates

AU - Peltola, Esa

AU - Laakso, Timo

AU - Ronsten, Göran

AU - Tallhaug, Lars

AU - Horbaty, Robert

AU - Baring-Gould, Ian

AU - Lacroix, Antoine

PY - 2003

Y1 - 2003

N2 - Wind turbines in cold climates refer to sites that have either icing events or low temperatures outside the operational limits of standard wind turbines. International Energy Agency, IEA R&D Wind has started a new annex, Wind Energy in Cold Climates. This is an international collaboration on gathering and providing information about wind turbine icing and low temperature operation. The goal is to monitor reliability of standard and adapted technology and establish guidelines for applying wind power in cold climates. In this report, the state-of-the-art of arctic wind energy is presented: knowledge on climatic conditions and resources, technical solutions in use and operational experience of wind turbines in cold climates.

AB - Wind turbines in cold climates refer to sites that have either icing events or low temperatures outside the operational limits of standard wind turbines. International Energy Agency, IEA R&D Wind has started a new annex, Wind Energy in Cold Climates. This is an international collaboration on gathering and providing information about wind turbine icing and low temperature operation. The goal is to monitor reliability of standard and adapted technology and establish guidelines for applying wind power in cold climates. In this report, the state-of-the-art of arctic wind energy is presented: knowledge on climatic conditions and resources, technical solutions in use and operational experience of wind turbines in cold climates.

M3 - Report

BT - State-of-the-art of wind energy in cold climates

ER -

Peltola E, Laakso T, Ronsten G, Tallhaug L, Horbaty R, Baring-Gould I et al. State-of-the-art of wind energy in cold climates. 2003. 53 p.