In connection with WindEnergy Hamburg 2016, Breeze hosted the annual Breeze Forum, a unique day with workshops and seminars and the opportunity for users of Breeze to meet with industry colleagues, contribute with ideas and learn from each other and the Breeze team.
Custom Dashboards in Breeze bring the power of Breeze Data Studio to all of your dashboards. Use Custom Dashboards to build and customize dashboards across portfolio, wind farm and turbine level, all according to your unique workflow requirements.
The Status Categorization is an important feature in Breeze since it serves as base for the contractual availability calculations. In this video, you will learn about the different ways to assign categories to specific events and to recategorize statuses already assigned to default categories.
Breeze ROC, Remote Operations Center, is a new feature of Breeze wind farm management system. ROC is built from the ground up with the environment and workflow of a wind turbine control room in mind. Breeze ROC enables real-time monitoring of large and diverse wind turbine portfolios in a single view – well suited for control room screens where a clear overview and a short time to action is of highest priority.
Version 2.0 of the Breeze app brings the most popular features from Breeze wind farm management system to your mobile phone. The Breeze app collects data from your wind turbines and presents it in an intuitive interface. Access key figures from your entire portfolio of wind farms and drill down to monitor the status of each wind turbine on the go.
This free e-book investigates how to use physics-based models and general OEM documentation to estimate the remaining lifetime of a wind turbine component. The main findings in this e-book can be broken down into two parts: the lifetime estimation of a wind turbines main bearing using measurement data and physics based models and the information available to wind farm owners in OEM design documentation to make internal component lifetime calculations using physics based models.
France-based international IPP EREN Renewable Energy has chosen the Breeze and Bright systems for management of its wind farms and solar PV sites worldwide. This marks the first French solar plant owner to be installed in Bright.
The U.S. now has more than 74GW of wind energy with another 10GW under construction. By the end of the year, nearly 50,000 wind turbines will be harnessing American winds. Many of them are located in one of the world’s greatest concentrations of dynamic energy: the vast windy belt from the Canadian Prairies to northern Mexico.