Spica presenting at Wind Energy Denmark

On October 31st, Spica Technology attended the annual conference Wind Energy Denmark and was represented by our CEO Benny Thomsen. Get the highlights and a 25 sec recap of our attendance.

During the opening session, a panel of leading experts highlighted some interesting statements about Denmark’s leading position in wind energy:

Andreas Nauen, CEO Offshore Wind from Siemens Gamesa, started the debate by saying: "Denmark is a global leader in the wind industry. But we are under attack from a lot of competitors."

>> Read the full recap of the debate at the Danish Wind Industry Association's website.

Benny Thomsen presenting at Wind Energy Denmark

At the conference, our CEO Benny Thomsen had the privilege to be part of a session panel about lifetime extension of existing turbines. He presented our latest retrofit business cases and the considerations in lifetime extension e.g.:

- How many years could the turbines still be functional, mechanically speaking?

- The economic considerations of whether the turbine is worth to renew, or whether the
  turbine should be dismantled?

At Spica Technology, we collect data from the turbines to analyse a turbine's conditions to understand whether the turbine has reached its mechanical limit of twenty years, or whether the mechanical conditions still allow the turbine to be fully operational.

Music credit in video: https://www.bensound.com
Released November 2nd, 2018.

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