Wind assessment report
Do you know the wind power potential of your location?
Is your location suitable for generating wind power?
Our professional wind assessment reports answer these questions and more to give you the information you need. Envergate supplies you with documented facts to serve as the basis for your decision-making process.
How does a wind assessment report work?
Measurements are taken using a telescopic mast installed on open terrain. Two anemometers are then installed. These two heights correspond to the average height of a wind energy system's rotor. Data pertaining to wind direction using wind direction sensors are also a necessary part of a professional wind assessment report.
The anemometers capture current wind measurements every two seconds. These are then saved in the data log and transferred to the database. Thanks to a remote surveillance system, the current wind data can be accessed and analysed at any time. Simultaneous, unrestricted access to the most current wind data allows our experts to decide on a case-by-case basis how long it is necessary to record data for an accurate wind assessment report.
- Assembly and dismantling of the measurement system
- Wind assessment report according to IEC Standard 61400-12
- Written evaluations and reporting
- Inspection and monitoring of the system
- Insurance coverage
- Energy yield calculations
- Consulting and recommendation from our experts
- Analysis documentation and wind assessment report
- Presentation before decision-making bodies
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