Dr.-Ing. TRAN VAN BINH, CHLB Đức
|Hình 01 : Năng lượng gió cũng đóng góp vào việc bảo vệ thiên nhiên và môi trường !!!
|Hình 02 : Gió và biển
|Hình 03 : Những Gondel của các cánh quạt gió chuẩn bị xuất xưởng trước khi đưa về Việt Nam
Project management :
|Wind farm (approx. 22 MW)
Our business partner group offers you reliable and highly professional full service for developing, inancing, constructing and operating renewable energy projects. This includes:
• acquiring suitable sites;
• measuring wind regimes;
• designing efficient wind farm layouts;
• complete approval procedures;
• obtaining grid connection rights;
• negotiating power purchase agreements;
• organizing funding and
• construction and operational management.
The partner group has established a close working relationship with financial institutions, insurers, major wind turbine manufacturers, equipment suppliers and professional advisors. These relationships enable the group to assemble the most competitive package for any project.
It is the partner group's mandate to provide optimal results that ensure maximum benefit for all stakeholders while having minimal impact on the environment.
Partner’s state-of-the-art wind power projects give excellent return on investment, are competitively priced, and use environmentally sound practices.
Project Development of Wind Park:
Wind park or wind farm development may be divided into a number of phases,
including following steps:
• a.- initial site selection,
• b.-project feasibility assessment (including obtaining a power purchase contract, in this case official with EVN, for the wind park output)
• c.- preparation and submission of the planning application,
• d.- construction,
• e.- operation, and
• f.- decommissioning and
Typical Breakdown of Costs for a Wind Parck with Capacity of 10 MW
till 100 MW :
|Element of wind park / wind farm percent of total cost
|+ Wind turbines
||65 - 67
|+ Civil works (including foundations)
||11 - 13
|+ Wind farm electrical infrastructure
|+ Electrical network, connected to grid
|+ Project development & management costs
||06 - 08
The development of a wind park follows a broadly similar process to that of any other power generation project, but with the particular requirements that the wind turbines must be located in high wind speed sites to maximize energy production and their size makes visual effects a particularly important aspect of the environmental impact. Guidance on the development of wind energy schemes has been issued by the different institutions or authority organisation: BWEA, England, BWE-Bundesverband Windenergie e.V., Germany, European Wind Energy Association (EWEA).