Our work is concerned with the nature of the atmosphere and how it affects life on Earth. One particular aspect of the atmosphere keeps us busy: The wind and the energy that may be extracted from it.
The Wind Energy Division seeks to meet the needs for scientifically based knowledge, methods and procedures from government, the scientific community and the wind turbine industry.
Our research and development activities range from boundary layer meteorology, fluid dynamics, and the mechanic as well as the dynamic quality of structures, to power and control engineering, and wind turbine loading and safety. We also work with atmospheric physics and environmental issues related to the atmosphere.
Our activities are organised in the following programme units:
Head of Department: Peter Hauge Madsen
Wind Energy Division
P.O. Box 49
Tel: +45 4677 5085
Fax: +45 4677 5083
Welcome to the division
Online data from meteorological stations
Guidelines for Design of Wind Turbines
Certification of wind turbines