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Kjeller Vindteknikk strongly present at WinterWind 2020 conference

Kjeller Vindteknikk strongly present at WinterWind 2020 conference

Welcome and meet us at our exhibition stand at WinterWind 2020 conference in Åre, Sweden! We are also strongly present with 6 oral presentations and Kjeller’s staff is co-chairing 5 sessions. Please come and listen to our presentations on latest results and research...

Such was the wind in 2019

Such was the wind in 2019

The picture shows the wind index for the Nordic region for 2019. Blue color shows where the average wind speed was lower than normal and red color indicates that wind was higher than normal. We see that there are large variations in wind conditions between and within...

Meet Kjeller Vindteknikk at Vind 2019!

Meet Kjeller Vindteknikk at Vind 2019!

Meet us at the wind conference Wind 2019! The conference is at The Brewery (Müchenbryggeriet) in Stockholm, October 23-24th. You will find us at stand 38. Feel free to come visit us and our new MD, Jenny Longworth!

The cost of uncertainty presented at WindFinland

The cost of uncertainty presented at WindFinland

Ville Lehtomäki, Managing Director of Kjeller Vindteknikk Oy, presented the results from a study done together with a big equity investor on the quantification of the cost of Annual Energy Production (AEP) uncertainty and it’s impacts on the purchase price for wind...

New Managing Director (MD) at Kjeller Vindteknikk AB!

Jenny Longworth started as Managing Director at the Swedish subsidiary, Kjeller Vindteknikk AB, in September. Jenny has the daily responsibility of the company and its employees and she will manage and develop the current Kjeller Vindteknikk portfolio within wind...

New office open in Finland!

Kjeller Vindteknikk has been operating 20 years in the wind power business, and now we are opening an office in Finland! Ville Lehtomäki, Managing Director in Finland On October 1st, we officially open the Kjeller Vindteknikk Oy Finnish office. The Finnish office will...

New Research Project – IceLoss 2.0

Kjeller Vindteknikk has been granted funding by the Swedish Energy Agency for a new research project to develop the next generation calculation model for ice-related production losses, IceLoss 2.0. The project will last through 2018-2019 and will involve wind farm...

Kjeller Vindteknikk celebrates 20 years

Kjeller Vindteknikk was established 1 August 1998 and will therefore celebrate its 20th anniversary this year. During these 20 years, Kjeller Vindteknikk has experienced steady growth in terms of the number of employees, geographic market and reputation, as well as...