Learning from one another – A new generation of hydrodynamic plain bearings for wind gearboxes
Learning from others and building industrial networks can often trigger groundbreaking innovation. In that vein, SKF and other industry leaders will gather at the Conference for Wind Power Drives (CWD) at the end of March to discuss and share developments and trends regarding wind turbine drivetrains.
Let’s talk innovation, reliability, and change – SKF at the ACP’s Operation, Maintenance and Safety Conference
By now, changes in the renewable energy industry are more than possible scenarios predicted by experts all over the world, they are real. To manage the challenges ahead, companies and stakeholders need to exchange knowledge and establish partnerships – by visiting events like the ACP OMS 2023.
Partnering up for the future – SKF at WindEurope Bilbao
WindEurope once again pulls in the crème de la crème of the wind industry. Over 9,800 participants, 334 exhibitors and around 250 speakers took to Bilbao, where SKF presented its own services and solutions – and offered wind farm stakeholders an opportunity to rise to current and future industrial challenges.
Maximise turbine performance: Connect. Partner. Succeed. – Visit SKF at WindEurope in Bilbao this April!
Now is the time for the wind industry to return to normal, and large-scale events provide an ideal setting for networking and the exchange of ideas between industry stakeholders: SKF recognizes that fact and will therefore be present to connect with you at WindEurope in Bilbao from April 5 to 7. The Wind Farm Management Blog presents the key topics that SKF will cover.
Wind energy auf Deutsch – Looking back at HUSUM Wind 2019
Germany is a world leader in wind energy production, and HUSUM Wind is the biggest wind-energy expo focused on the German-speaking market. 2019 marked the event’s 30th anniversary, which is itself an indicator of how much wind energy has grown.
Brazil Windpower 2019 – Insights into the wind energy market in Brazil
Wind energy is often associated with Europe, the USA, and China. However, Brazil is less frequently mentioned – despite being a major economic power. As Latin America’s largest wind energy event approaches, we take a look at the market situation as well as challenges and opportunities for wind power in Brazil.
The curtain closes – A recap of the WindEurope Conference and Exhibition
Europe’s leading wind energy event didn’t disappoint. Leading CEOs and experts in technology, policy, and finance as well as five government ministers took part in a packed speaker program. What were the standout highlights of the WindEurope Conference and Exhibition 2019?
Maintenance in a new light – SKF to give presentation on performance-based contracts
Maintenance programs could be about to get an overhaul. Typically, operators would manage wind turbine performance and maintenance themselves or choose certain aspects to outsource to different providers. Performance-based service contracts may offer a preferable alternative. Raf Kerkofs from SKF is set to present on this topic at Wind O&M EU 2019.
Attention turns to 2019 – What will be this year’s hot topics in wind energy?
2019 promises to be a big year for wind energy. There are plenty of important events coming up, and new approaches to O&M will play a significant role in the sector. The Wind Farm Management Blog talks to Dr. Philipp Schmid from SKF for key insights into what we can expect in 2019.