Today we release a another update to Breeze Production featuring a 3-dimensional map view. The new map view lets users of Breeze monitor the entire portfolio of wind turbines in 3D complete with nacelle alignment, rotation speed, realistic topography, vegetation and more.
This fall we are excited to start a new master thesis project together with the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. The purpose of the project is to get a understanding of where the industry is heading in terms of increasing power output from existing wind farms.
Today we release a major update to Breeze Production - a re-designed user interface that makes Breeze smoother, more coherent and easier to use. Along with the new user interface, the update adds new features, better configurability, structural changes, system wide help functionality and an extensive knowledge base.
A major update to Breeze for wind power owners and operators just arrived and there are four new features in particular that you should know about as they are sure to save time and make wind farm management easier.
YARD ENERGY Group develops, finances and manages wind farms in the Netherlands, Belgium, Finland and Poland. The company currently has 84 MW in operation with an additional 50 MW coming online in 2014/15 and a development pipeline exceeding 800 MW.
Breeze's brand new API (Application Programming Interface) allows third party applications to fetch real time and historical data for any turbine monitored in Breeze - including power output, wind speed, turbine status, maintenance and more.
With more than 60 wind technicians Maia Eolis is a well established and independent full service wind power producer operating in France. Impax Asset Management is a Specialist Investment Manager investing globally in resource efficiency.
Breeze home ground Gothenburg is somewhat of a centre for wind power in Sweden. To recognize that we invited local industry colleagues to a Win(d)e event - a wonderful evening combining two of the things we love the most - wine and wind power. Click the article to see more pictures from the event.