Watch the new SETWind video to better understand the fundamental contribution of the SETPlan Implementation Working Group for Offshore Wind to the European Clean Energy Transition. Offshore wind power is a key technology for Europe’s green transition. The European Commission expects offshore wind power to grow from [GW today] to 300GW in EU waters by

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EERA JP Wind SP4 Aerodynamics Loads & Control – FALCON 30 50 Workshop

EERA JP Wind SP4 announces the workshop Future of Aerodynamics, Loads and Control 2030 2050 - FALCON 30/50 to be held the 25th February 2021. In this workshop, the most recent advances and the technological challenges in the field of Wind Turbines Aerodynamics, Loads and Controls will be analyzed with the aim of meeting the 2030-2050 Green Deal objectives.

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In an exclusive interview, John Olav Tande - respected scientist at SINTEF , SETWind Lighhouse Initiative ambassador and Coordinator of EERA JP Wind Sub-programme on Offshore Balance of Plant (SP6) - explores what’s in the pipeline for the offshore wind sector. Among the issues to address, John Olav discussed the potential in floating

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