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All news / 23 September 2016

(Français) Parution de l’Observatoire de l’éolien 2016 de FEE


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Offshore wind energy, Onshore wind energy, All news / 4 February 2016

Wind Energy Science: new international interactive open-acess scientific journal


Launched with Copernicus Publications, this new Journal is dedicated to the publication and public discussion of studies that take an interdisciplinary perspective of fundamental or pioneering research in wind energy. Wind Energy Science is supported and managed by the European Academy of Wind Energy (EAWE), which brings together almost all the universities that play a role in wind energy research in Europe. The fields that WES covers have been selected by the EAWE because they represent some “grand challenges” that… Lire la suite

All news / 16 November 2015

CEVEO Cluster will attend EWEA Conference (stand P09-4)


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All news / 24 August 2015

Materials and new long length Blades


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All news / 21 July 2015

IEA Wind Proposes New Task


International Energy Agency’s (IEA) Wind unit issued a proposal for a new task called “Wind Energy Systems Engineering: Integrated RD&D” in May, which was approved by the IEA Wind Executive Committee. The task consists of three parts: Developing a framework for multi-disciplinary design and evaluation activities for wind energy. Formulating reference wind farms and wind turbines. Conducting comparative studies (benchmarks) software for multidisciplinary design and evaluation. A kick-off meeting is scheduled for September, and will probably be held in Denmark. The task will… Lire la suite

Offshore wind energy, All news / 13 March 2015

(Français) Naissance d’Adwen, coentreprise entre Gamesa et Areva

2 éoliennes en mer

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Onshore wind energy, All news / 28 January 2015

Is there any problem with wind turbine noise?


AVIS D’EXPERT – la réponse du Pr Patrice Tran Ba Huy, oto-rhino-laryngologiste et membre de l’Académie de médecine. Parmi les nombreux arguments avancés par les opposants à l’extension des fermes éoliennes en France, la nuisance sonore est fréquemment incriminée dans la survenue chez les riverains de symptômes riches et variés, réalisant ce qu’il est convenu d’appeler le «syndrome de l’éolienne». Le bruit généré par la rotation des engrenages de la machinerie et le frottement du vent sur les pales se… Lire la suite