Sgurr Energy gains MEASNET membership for wind turbine power performance assessment

MEASNET logoA Scottish renewables energy consultancy has been awarded permanent membership of the Measuring Network of Wind Energy Institutes (MEASNET).

Having successfully completed a seven-point assessment programme, Sgurr Energy – part of the Aberdeen-based Wood Group energy services conglomerate – is now part of the MEASNET Power Performance Expert Group.

MEASNET is a co-operation of companies which are engaged in the field of wind energy and want to ensure high quality measurements and uniform interpretation of standards and recommendations.

The group organises and performs inter-comparison tests in order to achieve a unified understanding of the IEC 61400-12-1 standard. It also facilitates continuous exchange between experts in the field of wind turbine power performance measurements.

Florin Pintilie, Sgurr Energy’s Power Performance Manager, said: “Becoming a member of MEASNET continues our commitment to high quality measurements and analysis and allows us to further help the industry to improve existing standards, guidelines and recommendations.”

 

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