Dr. Martin Dörenkämper

Martin Dörenkämper, who holds a doctorate in physics and energy meteorology, has been researching the interaction of atmospheric currents and wind farms since 2011. He joined the Fraunhofer IWES in Oldenburg as a research associate in 2016. He is also a member of the Scientists for Future environmental initiative and enjoys geocaching.

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…

One Year of the New European Wind Atlas

The New European Wind Atlas (NEWA) has been available for over a year now. The result of an ambitious project is being closely followed by both the scientific community and the wind industry. The first anniversary of NEWA should be seized…