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WEU Onshore Wind O&M Strategies Report 2014

出版商 New Energy Update 商品編碼 297220
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 104 Pages; 65 Figures & Graphs
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陸上風力發電設備的O&M策略 WEU Onshore Wind O&M Strategies Report 2014
出版日期: 2014年03月07日 內容資訊: 英文 104 Pages; 65 Figures & Graphs





第1章 全球風力發電市場上O&M

  • 風力發電的市場規模
  • 風力發電產業的趨勢O&M帶來的影響

第2章 O&M產業的展望

  • 風力發電產業上使用的O&M模式
  • O&M市場未來

第3章 O&M的費用和效果

  • 風力發電在能源廣泛範圍中的成本(LCOE:平準化發電成本)
  • 費用相關到現在為止的趨勢
  • O&M費用的明細
  • O&M終生成本與投資收益帶來的影響

第4章 零組件的可靠性:故障率、原因、財務方面的影響、對策

  • 資本成本的明細
  • 資本集中性的零組件的可靠性
  • 主的零組件上發生的故障之費用方面的影響
  • 非資本集中性的零組件的可靠性

第5章 O&M策略與改善的道路

  • O&M策略的3個類別
  • O&M的方法相關產業的偏好度
  • 維修的計劃
  • 以狀態為基礎監視
  • 維修方法概要
  • 維修方法的費用的差異與投資收益

第6章 結論






Cost effective O&M strategies to minimize downtime and maximize wind energy yield

As pressure mounts to provide the world with more sustainable sources of energy, wind power is seen by many as having a critical role in the energy mix. Wind energy is already claimed to be cost-competitive with fossil fuel-based energy generation in some countries, and is forecast to reach parity in many other markets by the end of this decade.

O&M has an important part to play in the cost-effectiveness of wind operations. Research for the report shows that the wind energy industry has many opportunities to improve, particularly in terms of collaboration, making better use of available technologies and adopting appropriate O&M strategies:

  • O&M strategies analyzed: find out how predictive, preventative and reactive strategies compare in terms of costs and impact on reliability
  • In-house O&M vs. OEMs vs. Independent service companies: understand the pros and cons of each so you can choose the best option for your wind energy assets
  • Exclusive data on failure rates: get access to statistical analysis on failure rates based on 18 years of data collected from more than 12GW of wind turbines
  • Benchmark against other wind energy operators: find out how operators across the globe are approaching O&M and compare your operations to theirs

Essential O&M knowledge targeted to your business needs

This report is relevant to all companies and individuals who are working in wind O&M.

Company types

  • Owner/Operators/IPPs/Utilities
  • ISP/ OEMs
  • Electronic Specialists/Component Suppliers

Job titles

  • Asset Managers
  • Head of O&M/ O&M Manager
  • Head of Wind Generation


  • Operations and maintenance (O&M) in the global wind energy market: Complete and up-to-date wind energy installed capacity data by market (with in depth analysis on Europe, Asia and US), installed capacity by operator, and wind farm capacity trends. The report also analyses wind energy industry opportunities to improve, sharing appropriate O&M strategies, collaboration options, and how to make better use of available technologies.
  • Mapping the O&M landscape: Comprehensive analysis of how the O&M market is expected to continue to evolve over time as technological developments encourage a shift away from reactive and preventative maintenance approaches.
  • O&M costs and performance: Techno-economic evaluation of the O&M costs and performance trends. O&M cost breakdown, geographical cost differences, Impact of O&M on lifetime costs and return on investment, potential routes to improvement and a comparison in this context of wind with other forms of renewable and conventional energy generation technologies.
  • Component reliability: Failure rates, causes, financial impact and solutions. Reliability of capital intensive components (rotor blades, gearboxes, generators), and non-capital intensive components (drive train and bearings, sensors, yaw systems, pitching systems, mechanical brakes, nacelle, tower, foundations, cables...)
  • O&M strategies and routes to improvement: Configuring whichO&M approach is best suited for which wind farm. Cost differentials and ROI of maintenance approaches, industry preferences, maintenance timeline, and condition-monitoring and SCADA systems.

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Executive Summary


1. O&M in the global wind energy market

  • 1.1. Wind energy market size
  • 1.2. Impact of wind industry trends on O&M

2. Mapping the O&M landscape

  • 2.1. O&M models used in the wind industry
  • 2.2. The future O&M market

3. O&M costs and performance

  • 3.1. Costs of wind (LCOE) in the broader energy context
  • 3.2. Historical cost trends
  • 3.3. O&M cost breakdown
  • 3.4. Impact of O&M on lifetime costs and return on investment

4. Component reliability: Failure rates, causes, financial impact and solutions

  • 4.1. Capital cost breakdown
  • 4.2. Reliability of capital-intensive components
  • 4.3. Cost implications of major component failures
  • 4.4. Reliability of non-capital intensive components

5. O&M strategies and routes to improvement

  • 5.1. Three categories of O&M strategy
  • 5.2. Industry preferences regarding O&M approach
  • 5.3. Maintenance timeline
  • 5.3. Condition-based monitoring
  • 5.4. SCADA
  • 5.5. Summary of maintenance approaches
  • 5.6. Cost differentials and ROI of maintenance approaches

6. Concluding remarks





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