We’ve got a slack channel running for Task 32! If you’d like to join the conversation, click here. Note: Slack is a registered trademark of
The 2018 General Meeting was held in Calgary on 22nd and 23rd of October, 2018
The IEA Wind ExCo approved Task 32’s plans for 2019-2021
November 13, Bremerhaven, Germany
Workshop #12: e-WindLidar
The Task 32 Mailing ListTask 32 uses a web-based mailing list to make it easier for you to stay up to date with the world of
Workshop report “Optimizing Lidars for Wind Turbine Control Applications – Results from the IEA Wind Task 32 Workshop” published!
Unique requirements exist for lidar systems for wind turbine control applications. Lidars must be reliable, achieve high availability, and provide useful measurements for control, all
Since 2012 the 12 countries and around 300 participants in IEA Wind Task 32 from industry and academia have been working on getting lidar into
Lidar-Assisted Control (LAC) promises to reduce loads on wind turbines and increase energy capture. However, it’s not clear how to carry out a type certification
The goal of this document is to codify existing industry and academic best practices to help ensure that the best quality FLS data are made available for use in the wind energy resource assessment process.