This study compare the current operations and maintenance issues of one offshore wind park at very rough sea conditions and two onshore wind parks. Through a detailed data analysis and case studies this study identifies how improvements have been made in maintenance of large wind turbines. However, the study has also revealed the need for new maintenance models including a shift from breakdown and preventive maintenances and towards more predictive maintenance to reduce the cost of energy for offshore wind energy installations in the future.
|Publication date||9. Jun 2013|
|Number of pages||10|
|Publication status||Published - 9. Jun 2013|
- Maintenance Models
- Offshore Wind Energy