Wind energy will be indispensable as Europe advances towards a low carbon energy future. Offshore locations in the North and Baltic seas are expected to host large arrays of wind farms that plan to export formidable amounts of electricity to the continent. The design of such plants is an intricate task which calls for the use of advanced optimization tools to support investment and operation decisions. This paper reviews the main approaches already developed in the literature and discusses their implications.
International Colloquium on «Large Wind-Power Plants: Interaction, Control and Integration» - WINDFARMS 2017, Madrid (Spain). 31 May - 02 June 2017
Publication date: May 2017.
S. Lumbreras, Offshore wind farm design: using optimization to extract its full value, International Colloquium on «Large Wind-Power Plants: Interaction, Control and Integration» - WINDFARMS 2017. Madrid, Spain, 31 May - 02 June 2017