For Researchers

Wind Farm Analytics Ltd is known for innovative thinking and wind energy business improvement ideas. If you are engaging in research relating to wind turbine efficiency improvement, wind turbine operation in complex terrain, energy storage or other areas of our expertise then please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Wind Farm Analytics possesses unique project management, data analysis and research experience of wind turbine performance investigation and we offer these skills to your wind energy research team. We also offer experienced wind industry scientific professional advice for purposes of independent scientific review, research project management and general wind energy research project partnership to add further strengths to your existing research team. We can work with you in brain storming, risk analysis, experimental design and project execution.

For wind turbine manufacturers we can offer your company an independent and experienced industry opinion on how to improve your wind turbines. Wind Farm Analytics knows the weaknesses first hand and has ideas on how to correct them. If you want to innovate in order to stay ahead of the game then it makes sense to invite independent partners such as Wind Farm Analytics to challenge your existing way of doing things and consider our suggestions in order to gain confidence that you are on the right path. Hire us for a day of brainstorming!

For wind turbine test beds, government or university research projects Wind Farm Analytics offers practical industry experience, constructive challenge and risk assessment, positive analysis suggestions as well as quality scientific review and research input at all levels. Please do not hesitate to get in touch and bounce some ideas off us.

Appropriate non-disclosure agreements can cover all research engagement subject to prior agreement.

How can we improve wind turbine efficiency and control? Maybe using forward looking nacelle mounted LIDAR instead of nacelle mounted anemometry would be a worthwhile research topic...