Industry standard methods to transform publicly available raw data into information for wind energy prospecting.
Wind measurement data means raw data. Openwind uses the raw data to create an easy to use map linked to local site information. Each site has a dashboard to provide easy to understand statisics for the site and the available data. Use this to begin a feasibility and economic analysis to decide if your site is suitable for a wind energy project.
A full measurement analysis is possible for all measurement sites and calculated studies available for entire Germany.
The Deutsche WetterDienst provides decades of wind data from more than 400 measurement stations across Germany. The measurement resolutions vary, we provide a limited amount of the hourly measurement data in our basic dashboards. Analyses of longer measurement histories and higher resolution data are available.
Each site is controlled for gaps and other failures in the data sets that can cause problems in the analysis. Changes in station height are accounted for in the projection of the wind speed to hub height.
Using the quality controlled data, a logical dashboard is provided with the necessary statistics for judging the feasiblity of a site for producing wind energy.
Provide easy to use information to customers interested in preliminary wind turbine siting based on verified data.