During Windergy 2017 DNV GL has officially launched their full suite of LVRT Testing services for the Indian wind market to support grid stability and improve security of supply.
The government of India has ambitious plans to achieve 175 gigawatts (GW) of renewable capacity by 2022, 60 GW being in wind energy, to complement its growth plans.
Whilst wind energy becomes more of an integral part of the Indian power system, operators of transmission networks have added more stringent requirements for grid connected wind turbines. Read more
DNV GL launches “Twisties” Joint Industry Project to standardise and improve offshore wind logistics
DNV GL has launched a revolutionary new joint industry project (JIP) to develop a Recommended Practice intended to de-risk the adoption of “Twisties” and demonstrate the unitisation of wind project cargo. The innovative concept is called “Twisties” – a modular project-cargo transport frame system that is sea-fastened using container twist locks – and which gives the frames their name. Read more
Tell DNVGL what you think! The value of certification to deliver cost-competitive wind energy
DNV GL is currently conducting a survey to identify trends and opportunities within the certification process that could cut costs and reduce time-to-market for new technologies across the industry. To do that, we want to gather key perspectives from a wide range of companies and experts who share a common goal: to bring down the levelized cost of energy for wind. Based on the collected insights DNVGL will publish a report in September 2017. Read more