In 2018, wind power surpassed the 90,000 MW milestone for installed capacity on the US market. The industry’s strong growth is continuing in 2019, with more than 37,700 MW of wind capacity under construction or in advanced development in the US alone.
The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) is the trade association of the U.S. wind energy industry. And the annual AWEA WINDPOWER event is the showcase for what’s happening, and where the movers and shakers meet to check each other out, and kick the tyres of their respective capabilities. The 2018 event was 10% bigger than the previous year, making it the largest US show in five years.
Cotes experts will be at stand 2225 in Hall C at the George R. Brown Convention Center In Houston on 20–23 May to explain how Cotes adsorption dehumidification technology helps companies in the wind power industry – manufacturers, operators and owners – get seriously pro-active about tackling humidity-related problems with condensation, mould and bacteria and the multiple problems they so often give rise to.
This makes it possible to protect the insides of nacelles and towers during storage, transport and erection as well as throughout their service life.
We believe that in business prevention is a whole lot better than cure – we aim to help wind turbine manufacturers, operators and owners (both onshore and offshore) prevent problems from even arising, rather than having to fix problems once they’ve arisen.
Cotes dehumidifiers mounted inside nacelles and towers keep mixtures of airborne moisture and corrosive salts under full control. Wind turbine manufacturers can then use coatings, equipment and fixtures with lower corrosion classifications – and win customers with lower prices.
Wind turbine owners and operators can make big savings on service and maintenance and roll back operating costs.
And investors are pleased because the wind farms provide better returns and have a longer service life.
Cotes adsorption dehumidifiers improve operating conditions and reduce costs inside wind turbines.
And we won’t be in Houston on our own.
We’ll be sharing the spacious stand with three other experienced heavyweight suppliers to the wind power sector – Einpart (USA), Windnova Systems (Spain) and Quantec Signals (Germany). Come and see us!
Everyone attending the 2019 AWEA WINDPOWER Conference will be busy checking out a lot of stands.
If you’d like to make it easier and to arrange an exclusive face-to-face with our sales manager for the wind industry (Mikael Zacho Jensen), we suggest you arrange a meeting in advance. Drop us a note at [email protected]