Energy Meteorology is an active field of research interfacing renewable energy and atmospheric physics by providing data and developing new methods for the characterisation of the fluctuating power output from solar and wind energy systems.
The Energy Meteorology Group consists of some 30 researchers who are associated with the Energy and Semiconductor Research Laboratory (EHF) of the Institute of Physics, and the Center for Wind Energy Research - ForWind, respectively.
22.02.2017: New master thesis topics in wind energy
29.08.2016: Master projects in cooperation with NORCOWE
07.07.2016: The Wind Energy Meteorology moved into the WindLab
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