Wind Farm operation

· Online data (last 10min)

· Last 48 hours

· Energy production

· Monthly production charts

· Power Graphs

General Info
· CRES Wind Farm
· Technical specs of the WTs
· Monitoring & control of the wind farm
· Andros: Long term data
· WindRose: Software for wind data analysis
· Installation photos
· Hydrogen Production
· Related articles
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3.01 MW Demonstration Wind Farm
Various Wind Energy technologies in Complex Terrain topography

Location: Lavreotiki, SE Attica, Greece

Wind Park photo
( Photo taken from the 100m high meteo-mast, situated NNW of the Wind Farm, before the nacelle installation of the -600 )

On-Line monitoring of the Wind Farm, using a mobile phone:
Send an SMS message with the character ? to +30 6944 560 987 and you will receive instantly the last 10min statitistics of the Wind Farm operation.

Time refers to GMT+02:00 winter time (Greece)

Power (kW) variation of the Wind Farm and of each turbine, during the last 48 hours.
Mean values of 10min data.

Contribution of each turbine to the Wind farm energy production.
Inner doughnut: last 48 hours, Outter doughnut: This month

Mean & Max wind speed per direction (based on the 40)

Normalised power vs Nacelle position

Wind Speed variation during the last 48 hours (Nacelle anemometers)

Nacelle positions during the last 48 hours

1) The nacelle orienation of both Vestas V47-660 and NEG-Micon is not correct due to sensor failure.
2) For various reasons (beyond CRES responsibility) both OA-500 and OA-600 are not operating anymore. "Repowering" is under consideration.
3) The energy production of the wind turbines should not be directly compared, due to the complex terrain topography, leading to different wind speeds at each turbine. The camparison can be done only after a "site calibration" procedure.
4) The produced power of the Wind Farm is measured at the MV grid (20kV). However, the power of each wind turbine is measured at the LV side (400-690V) and does not include each transformer's losses.