Wind energy

To limit the impact of climate change, the Netherlands is working on an energy system that will not emit any CO2 by 2050. In this new system, a lot of renewable energy will be gained from the sun and wind. Wind energy will be the principal part of this, especially at sea. To accelerate the implementation of wind energy, TNO is supporting both the Netherlands’ public authorities and the energy sector with advice, research, and development.

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Our latest developments

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SWITCH field lab of TNO and Wageningen University & Research/ACRRES opened

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28 March 2024
The SWITCH fieldlab in Lelystad was opened on Wednesday 27 March. Here, TNO and Wageningen University & Research/ACRRES are investigating how our future energy system, with wind and solar as primary sources, can remain stable and affordable.

Consortium explores positive wake effects of floating wind turbines

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4 December 2023

TNO helps study effectiveness of Black Blades with sensors, cameras and radar

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22 November 2023

New UWiSE module for efficient offshore wind farm decommissioning

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17 November 2023

Consortium with TNO searches for Stone Age remains at the bottom of the North Sea

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9 November 2023