The third week of January was a windy one in the Netherlands. This was a great test for our 3 m wind turbine on its wooded tower that we build last summer
Workshop & wooden tower installation – Brasil
First metmast installed – EOL Mali
Welcome Abdoul Wahab Danté, Mali
Welcome Oumar Bocoum – EOL Mali
Metmast construction movie clips, Mali
Ramboll’s Wooden Wind Turbine Tower Design
Tanzania: joint project with Engineers Without Borders UK (Warwick University) in Serengeti
Tanzania: two turbines resulted from VETA Training-Of-Trainers
Story: Workshop at Fazenda Mandacaru, Brasil
Performance testing in Schoondijke, Netherlands
Four members of I-love-Windpower, Isabel, Piet, Roland and Marko, joined the second world conference of WindEmpowerment in Athens. During this one week event we shared our knowledge and experiences and discussed future plans and cooperations with people and organisations around the world.
On 12 to 14 June a workshop was given in Delft, the Netherlands, for a large group of students as part of the Summer School of the European Wind Energy Masters (EWEM).
The first I-Love-Windpower social event was held in Utrecht on friday the 23rd of June. Nine introduction presentations have been presented of each active project (3 field and 6 tech). These presentations have been recorded and can be seen back here below. Mali – The Mali project is – after a long break – preparing to start up again…. Read more »
In November 2013 a new design wooden tower has been installed in on the Emmaus site in Haarzuilens, Holland. It carries a 2.4m rotor diameter Hugh Piggott design turbine made in an earlier workshop. Finally the wind turbine has been connected to the grid using a Windyboy inverter.