Presentations

The themes of the presentations are: Collaborative Projects, Knowledge Transfer, Finance, Maintenance, Performance Measurement and Remote Monitoring, Market Assessment, Delivery Models, Technical Advances

Check below for a preliminary list of presentations currently being prepared.

Keynote presentation

Hugh Piggott, Scoraig Wind Electric, UK (Video presentation): 30 years designing, building, installing and maintaining small wind turbines in rural areas

Knowledge transfer

Jon Sumanik-Leary, The University of Sheffield, UK: Participatory manufacture – a case study in rural Nicaragua

Jay Hudnall, Ti’eole, France: Training courses experiences in France: Lessons learned from 15-20 course per year, with an installed base of over 120 turbines

Jay Hudnall, Ti’eole, France: New wind turbine construction handbook

Aran Eales, V3 Power, UK: A small wind turbine construction course in Ethiopia

Maintenance

Roland Valkenbourg, I Love Windpower Tanzania: The challenges of maintaining small wind turbines in remote regions of Tanzania 

Performance measurements and remote monitoring

Jon Sumanik-Leary, The University of Sheffield, UK: The Scoraig Wind Trials – In Situ Performance Measurements of Locally Manufactured Small Wind Turbines

Noam Dotan, COMET-ME, Palestine: Power curve measurements

Jon Sumanik-Leary, The University of Sheffield, UK: The WindEmpowerment datalogger

Piet Willem Chevalier, Ryan Helmer & Julián González, TU Delft & I Love Windpower, The Netherlands: Design your own low-budget online SCADA system via Arduino platform

Piet Willem Chevalier, Marko Bosman & Vasilis Michalopoulos, I Love Windpower, The Netherlands: Field power curve measurements of HP1.8 and 2.4 turbine in Schoondijke

 

Market assessment

Jon Sumanik-Leary, The University of Sheffield, UK: Market assessment for small wind turbines in Nicaragua

Aran Eales, V3 Power, UK: Market assessment for small wind turbines in Ethiopia

Edwar R. Diaz Villanueva, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru, Peru: Legislation governing the generation of electricity using wind power

 

Delivery models

Noam Dotan, COMET-ME, Palestine: Sustainable model for rural electrification in developing off grid communities in south mount Hebron

Esteban van Dam, 500RPM, Argentina: The key role of technical schools and universities in rural electrification in Argentina

James Low, Engineers Without Borders, UK: Presentation of ILWPT/EWB projects results

James Low, Engineers Without Borders, UK: Community training program used with ILWPT/EWB

Jon Sumanik-Leary, The University of Sheffield, UK: Why have small wind turbines been so successful on Scoraig?

Cheikh Mouhamed Fadel, EolSenegal, Senegal: Wind Energy for rural areas In Senegal

 

Technical advances

Noam Dotan, COMET-ME, Palestine: Wind and solar water pumping solutions

Noam Dotan, COMET-ME, Palestine: Pump controller for off grid RE systems

Esteban van Dam, 500RPM, Argentina: Modelling the furling system of a small wind turbine

Clément Joulain, Tripallium, France: Construction manual for a 1m diameter wind turbine design

Jay Hudnall, Ti’eole, France: Grid tied inverter systems developed and installed in France

Esteban van Dam, Eolocal, Argentina: Industrialization of a 700W Hugh Piggott turbine

Piet Willem Chevalier, Manuel Almeida and 4 students, SWP, TU Delft and I Love Windpower, The Netherlands: Modelling Hugh Piggott turbine in FAST

Piet Willem Chevalier, Manuel Almeida and Lucia Escolar, SWP, DTU and I Love Windpower, The Netherlands: HP design variant customised for low wind speed area’s via FAST model

Piet Willem Chevalier, Jasper Koot and I Love Windpower, The Netherlands: Ramboll, SWP Wooden tower designs

Piet Willem Chevalier, David Steen Pedersen, I Love Windpower, The Netherlands: Smart voltage controller

Piet Willem Chevalier, Marko Bosman, I Love Windpower, The Netherlands: Bio fibre blade design

Piet Willem Chevalier, Håvard Hartviksen, I Love Windpower, The Netherlands: Generator modeling and validating of HP turbine

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