Clir Renewables selected to optimise Africa’s largest wind farm

Kenya-based renewable power firm Lake Turkana Wind Power has partnered with power options agency Clir Renewables to boost its wind farm efficiency monitoring.

Clir Renewables will analyse knowledge from every of Lake Turkana’s 365 generators within the context of accessible useful resource, geospatial options, and close by generators.

Machine studying knowledge analytics shall be leveraged to see by means of the ‘noise’ of useful resource fluctuation and determine any cases of underperformance and their causes.

Data generated from the evaluation shall be used to assist Lake Turkana Wind Power (LTWP) to extend annual power manufacturing, monitor asset well being and handle technical monetary danger.

Clir’s crew will additional use this evaluation to match particular person asset efficiency at a undertaking, portfolio, and stage, with insights shared with all undertaking stakeholders by way of Clir’s reporting operate.

LTWP’s flagship 310MW wind farm has been sited in a area in Kenya with constantly sturdy, unidirectional winds. With the wind farm now operational, LTWP has turned its deal with making certain that the wind farm is ready to take full benefit of this optimum useful resource, and, in the end ship constant, excessive yield returns for its buyers.

Optimising renewable power era on the wind farm will assist Kenya to maneuver nearer to its power transition purpose while lowering power prices and carbon emissions.

David O’Hare, Director, Europe, Clir stated: “Lake Turkana is a very distinctive undertaking – it’s the primary of this scale in Africa and has been developed to reap the benefits of a few of the greatest circumstances for constant power manufacturing. Having labored throughout quite a few large-scale, distinctive tasks all over the world, we’re eager to leverage our wide-ranging expertise to evaluate Lake Turkana’s present efficiency and potential features.