M.Sc. Karoline Pelka

Karoline Pelka, M.Sc., is a mathematician and has been a research associate at Fraunhofer IWES since 2016. She investigates matters concerning the reliability of wind turbines by analyzing field data with statistical methods. She is also personally interested in sustainability and enjoys hiking and cycling in nature.

Wind farm operation and data analysis: Safe sharing of operating data with the Energy Data Space

Digitalization is on everyone’s lips. How can digitalization in the wind industry contribute to the improved competitive ability of renewable energies? One answer is the safe and uncomplicated sharing of wind turbine operating data. The Energy Data Space allows the…

20,000 operating years: Data analysis generates added value from field data

Wind turbines generate electricity – and a whole lot of data. The amount of data is growing continuously as the number of operating years increases, but also as turbines are equipped with more and more sensors and operating data with…