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An upgrade to wind energy

Understanding atmospheric impacts on wind turbines for better efficiency

An upgrade to wind energy

Understanding atmospheric impacts on wind turbines for better efficiency

Seeking independence from the weather

Our approach boosts renewable energy regardless of wind, precipitation and haze conditions

The EU has set ambitious targets for long-term structural change in energy systems, requiring larger turbines at higher altitudes and in novel locations. Traditional wind turbine models ignore the physics and aerodynamics of atmospheric wind flows at high altitudes, and weather conditions like precipitation or sand.

We work to improve efficiency of the wind energy sector by studying wind flows at different altitudes and weather conditions, providing better design, durability and performance of wind turbines and wind farms.

A glimpse of the project

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Seeking independence from the weather

Our approach boosts renewable energy regardless of wind, precipitation and haze conditions

The EU has set ambitious targets for long-term structural change in energy systems, requiring larger turbines at higher altitudes and in novel locations. Traditional wind turbine models ignore the physics and aerodynamics of atmospheric wind flows at high altitudes, and weather conditions like precipitation or sand.

We work to improve efficiency of the wind energy sector by studying wind flows at different altitudes and weather conditions, providing better design, durability and performance of wind turbines and wind farms.

A glimpse of the project

Dive into AIRE with this short video!

The AIRE crew

Industrial and academic knowledge combined

We are 10 organisations from 6 different countries that have come together
to build new strategies for
optimising the design of wind energy equipment.
Our unique but complementary backgrounds make us a perfect fit to achieve the AIRE goals.

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The AIRE crew

Industrial and academic knowledge combined

We are 10 organisations from 6 different countries that have come together to build new strategies for optimising the design of wind energy equipment.
Our unique but complementary backgrounds make us a perfect fit to achieve the AIRE goals.

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