Wind Energy Systems (Wind TCP)

The Wind TCP undertakes co-operative R&D and provides authoritative information to participating governments and industry leaders to support the uptake of wind power. 

Wind turbine and an electricity network substation (Prince Edward Island, Canada).*


  • Benchmarking wind farm flow models
  • Comparing codes for offshore wind foundations
  • Cost of electricity from wind 
  • Environmental monitoring and assessment
  • Ground testing of turbines and their components
  • Improving aerodynamic models
  • Integrating wind into power systems
  • Small turbine quality labelling
  • Social acceptance of wind energy projects
  • Standardising turbine reliability data
  • Remote sensing technologies
  • Wind energy in cold climates


Contracting Parties: 22

Sponsors: 2


* Photo courtesy of Rich Hinrichs,  Boulder, Colorado

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