The conference opens and closes on The Exhibitors’ Stage and in between there is a variety of micro presentations on various topics.

This smaller stage is situated at the center of the exhibition hall and is open to all visitors. No translation is provided but many of the speakers will choose to present in English.

All exhibitors are welcome to sign up for a time slot on a first come first served basis.

 

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Please find the 2017 program below.

(Note that these are only the English presentations. Click here if you also want to view the Swedish presentations.)

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2017 Day 1
10.00 Post-construction production analysis: Re-evaluate the economy of your wind farm and prepare your operational asset for sales 

A walk-through of different methods to assess the expected yield from operational data and why it might be beneficial for you.

  • Johannes Lindvall, Adviser, Ph.D. Meteorology, Kjeller Vindteknikk
11.00 The power system will need more than just kWh – How system services allow for high shares of wind in the power system 

Techniques and methods of how wind power can be used in a smart way to contribute to system security while generating additional revenue at the same time

  • Richard Ogiewa, Grid Integration Engineer, Enercon
12.00 Siemens Gamesa reduces LCoE through flexible approach to optimization 

OptimaFlex represents an entirely fresh approach to wind power. Turbines can be precisely configured to turn deep insights about your business and site conditions into lower LCoE. This results in wind power solutions that are right for you on day one and every single day thereafter.

  • Annike Skovgaard Sørensen, Technical Sales Manager, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy
13.00 Todays’ power market requires new hedging strategies 

Revenue stability with an upside.

  • Thomas Nilsson, Senior Originator/Key Account Manager, Axpo Sverige AB
15.30 Gearbox failure management – Properly proceed corrective actions 

How the gearbox failures should be handled to prevent the same problems to occur again.

  • Toni Pääskynen, Key Account Manager, Moventas Gears Oy
16.00 More than 40% wind production – How do the Danes do it?

Denmark have more than 40% of their power production from wind resources. Through a market based system where both wind power and CHP/district heating (combined heat and power) can interact via active short term trading it is possible.

  • Sten Lillienau, Key Account Manager, Neas Energy
18.00 Cost effective solutions for Offshore Wind

A summary of the current methods and technologies for geophysical mapping. Clinton Marine Survey has more than 25 years’ experience of geophysical survey utilizing different sensors and setups such as; Multibeam Echo Sounder, Side Scan Sonar,  Sub Bottom Profiler, Shallow Seismic, Magnetometer, EM and laser. Clinton also has a wide experience of processing, QC and presenting geophysical data in a multitude of different software such as; EIVA NaviSuite, Chesapeake SonarWiz, IHS Kingdom, RadExPro, Geosoft Oasis Montaj, Safe FME, ArcGIS and Autodesk CAD.

  • Martin Wikmar, CEO, Clinton Marine Survey AB

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2017 Day 2
09.00 N149/4.0-4.5 – A flexible WTG concept to optimize your Business Case 
  • Till Neuburger, Head of Product Strategy, Nordex Group
10.00 Asset management and performance optimization – A European perspective

WPO will share unique insights from its operational experience in nine European countries, including Sweden. The talk will review WPO’s experience in optimizing proper asset performance while remaining safe, reliable and fit for purpose.

  • Benjamin Airey, Commercial Engineer, WPO 
11.00 Expertise in an increasingly specialized wind sector

While the deployment of Nordic wind power is successful, there is still more value to extract through further minimizing faults and mishaps. For example, wind projects in the Nordics have seen issues ranging from unexpected loads to erroneously designed/deployed electrical systems. Additionally, wind farms are becoming ever more sophisticated and are subject to more complex regulation. Due to these two trends, the wind industry requires expert knowledge in every related field while retaining the ability to see the bigger picture.

  • Ulrik HornConsultant Renewables & Energy Strategy, ÅF
12.15 FLOW – A Swedish innovation for floating wind power

Floating wind power generation has come to age and now stands in front of a technology breakthrough. Flowocean proudly introduces a solution that has all the potentials to further strengthen this development and also contribute to making floating wind power commercial and competitive. The aim is to reach a LCOE level of €60 per MWh.

  • Cristoffer Kos, Business Development Manager, Flowocean AB