Archive for 2015

WORSHOP ON REMOTE SENSING AND POWER CURVE MEASUREMENTS HAS BEING CANCELLED

MEASNET expresses its deepest condolences with those affected by the appalling attacks in Paris last night. Our thoughts go out to all the people of France. Due to the tragical happenings, the MEASNET´s Executive board has decided to cancel the workshop scheduled for Monday 16th of November in Paris. Sorry...

Workshop of Remote Sensing and Power Curve measurements.

Remote sensing has evolved considerably over the last decade or so. Nowadays, it plays an important role in the wind industry, especially in the fields of wind resource assessment and power performance. The new power performance standard includes the use of remote sensing and is about the be released....

New MEASNET members in Power Performance

Having successfully completed a seven-point assessment programme, SgurrEnergy, a Wood Group company, is now part of the MEASNET Power Performance Expert Group. The group organises and performs inter-comparison tests in order to achieve a unified understanding of the IEC 61400-12-1 standard. It also facilitates continuous exchange between experts in...

Measnet is open to the report users

Measnet is an open organization that considers end users’ feedback a very valuable asset. If you feel that any issue has to be communicated to Measnet, please feel free to use the contact us form. The information will reach the Measnet secretariat, that will process your request and address...

FIRST WORKSHOP OF MEASNET IN COPENHAGE

Measnet is organizing a workshop to be held in Copenhage the next 9th of March. In this workshop representatives of the Measnet organization and from the top three laboratories calibrating anemometers will meet the industry to share their experiences and attend the industry’s demands. See the flyer for more...

Anemometer calibration intercomparison results

During the last year all the laboratories accredited by Measnet for anemometer calibration have performed a proficiency test. In this proficiency test three new candidates that will be part of Measnet in the future have also participated. A total of seven anemometers have been calibrated in 14 different wind...