Wind Energy Services

Wind Energy Services

Leading in Wind

For three decades AWS Truepower has been an international leader and innovator in wind resource measurement, data analysis, site assessment, and wind energy project evaluation and design. From siting a wind project all the way through development and operations we know our clients face unique challenges and have a diverse set of needs.

87704101_smAWS Truepower actively supports wind project development both on land and offshore. Our integrated services and innovative products support the complete project development lifecycle including resource mapping, energy assessment and project engineering, performance evaluation, due diligence and forecasting. AWS Truepower has worked on the design of more than 100,000 MW of on- and offshore wind projects in more than 80 countries throughout the world.

Internationally, AWS Truepower has experience in a wide range of activities including wind resource modeling, wind resource measurement campaign design and field measurement, project engineering and design, and various collaborative and research efforts. We have provided numerous wind measurement and site assessment studies for energy developers, lenders, government agencies, and electric utilities. These projects encompass thousands of installations throughout the world. Our commitment to quality and innovation has made us one of the world’s most respected wind energy services companies.

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Demonstrated Leadership

AWS Truepower’s wind measurement and site assessment studies are too numerous to list individually. These projects encompass tens of thousands of proposed and installed megawatts throughout the world. Since its founding in the 1980s, AWS Truepower has taken a leadership role in establishing standards for such studies.

For example, as the National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s Technical Manager for the Utility Wind Resource Assessment Program, AWS Truepower authored the publication Wind Resource Assessment Handbook: How to Conduct a Successful Wind Monitoring Program, an authority on wind measurement practices. A major revision was released in the spring of 2012 as “Wind Resource Assessment: A Practical Guide to Developing a Wind Project”.