Wind Power

Wind energy has emerged as one of the most competitive renewable energy sources in recent decades. SAFL's state-of-the-art 2.5 MW wind energy research station in Rosemount, Minnesota, along with our Atmospheric Boundary Layer wind tunnel and sophisticated large-eddy simulation tools comprise a powerful research framework that enables us to tackle a broad range of wind energy problems. We are working in close collaboration with academic, industry, and government laboratory partners to understand various turbulence-related aspects of wind power generation. Eolos researchers are highly specialized and open to projects of all sizes.

Learn more about:
Eolos Wind Energy Research Station (and related publications)
SAFL Atmospheric Wind Tunnel (and related publications)

Affiliated Faculty
Michele Guala 
Jiarong Hong 
Lian Shen 

SAFL Researchers
Christopher Feist
Matthew Lueker
Jeffrey Marr
Christopher Milliren

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