The three-day basic course takes place May 26-28 and focuses on familiarizing participants with WindPRO and wind energy basics. Attendees will be guided through each of the steps necessary to run WindPRO simulations over various topics using a demonstration project. The topics include model setup; data ingestion; energy estimates using wind atlas analysis and application program (WAsP) and other methods' environmental impacts; and visualization.Â
The two-day WindPRO Advance course takes place May 27-28 and builds upon WindPRO users' experience by demonstrating advanced analysis of a demonstration project. During the advanced course, attendees will learn how to utilize the advanced features in WindPRO for project development.
Attendees also receive a temporary fully functional WindPRO license to allow them to continue to apply what they learn in the course. No prior experience working with WindPRO or WAsP is required to benefit from the basic course. It is recommended that only experienced users of WindPRO are recommended to participate in the advanced course. Certificates of attendance will be awarded after completion of the course.
SOURCE: EAPC Wind Energy