Wind Farm Lifecycle Management

Wind turbines are generally designed and certified for a specific design lifetime (20 – 25 years), during which they are carefully managed and maintained. It is important to have a plan for what will happen to these facilities when their (useful) life has come to a close. It is to be expected that a longer economic lifetime can help to reduce the levelized cost of energy (LCOE). However, operators need to investigate the economic case project by project, as conditions may vary considerably. By taking extended lifetime, re-powering or decommissioning into account during the development and design phase of a wind farm, costs can be avoided or environmental risks limited.

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