Download the Conference Agenda
Join the Anti-Icing for Wind Turbines conference in Bremen from 29-30 August 2017 for a focused two day event on anti-icing and de-icing techniques for wind turbine rotor blades. Hear from leading researchers and senior operators in new technologies, lessons ...
Enercons Experiences in Operating Wind Turbines Under Icy Conditions
Katharina Roloff, Project Engineer at Enercon GmbH, did a presentation at last years Anti Icing event, on the topic of Enercon's experiences in operating wind turbines under icy conditions.
Anti-icing and De-icing Technologies for Wind Turbines
This article is about the latest anti-icing and de-icing technologies for wind turbines, including studies from Siemens, Enercon, Nordex, Vestas, VTT and Gamesa.
De-icing of Wind Turbines using Microwave Technology
This presentation by Kenth Johansson from SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden, discusses new ways of de-icing wind turbines by using microwave technology and CNT coatings.
Operational Experiences and Challenges during Icing Conditions
How do Germany and Romania deal with icing on wind turbines? Dr. Thomas Burchhart from VERBUND Hydro Power GmbH gives a presentation on the experiences of the two European countries, putting an emphasis on risk and sensitivity analysis and analyses the reaction time in each case. Download the presen ...
Interview with Rosemary Barnes, Senior Engineer De-Icing at LM Wind Power
LM Wind Power succeeded in adding ice mitigation systems to blades originally designed without ice mitigation, despite the major challenges in fitting the system within the existing blade geometry. Ms. Barnes discusses this issue and more anti- and de-icing related topics ...
Presentation on "Ice-Throw Challenge"
Download the Presentation on "Ice-Throw Challenge" by Johannes Klappacher from Energiewerkstatt e.V. here for free:
Q&A with Project Lead Anti-Ice at Fraunhofer
The main issue for icephobic coatings is still durability, according to Nadine Rehfeld, Project Lead Anti-Ice at Fraunhofer Institute IFAM. She explains why in this interview: