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The inauguration of the Pjelax Wind Farm was not just a celebration of a new addition to Finland’s renewable energy landscape, but also a testament to the community spirit and shared commitment to a sustainable future.
No, it’s not the job of a superhero, but it’s pretty close – Real life eco warriors working tirelessly to ensure the maximum production of clean energy.
If you’re new here then, ‘Welcome!’. Over the last decade we’ve built both an online and in-person community of renewable energy enthusiasts and industry professionals. Whether you’re a wind farm owner, operator, or simply curious about the world of wind energy and blades, Bladefence is your trusted partner.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Heikki Vesterinen as Managing Director of Bladefence. With a background in private equity and finance, Heikki brings new skills, expertise and strategic insight to our organization.
Join us as we pop virtual champagne to celebrate this awesome move. Keep an eye out for sneak peeks, updates, and maybe even a few office shenanigans as we settle into our new abode.
May the holiday season bring you joy, and may the coming year be marked by continued collaboration and shared achievements. Happy Holidays and a prosperous New Year from all of us at Bladefence!
Over the last few weeks, I have written about the importance of preventive maintenance and about one of the most common problems with wind turbine blades, leading edge erosion. Today I will look at another issue that causes problems with blades – lightning strikes.
Material erosion as a phenomenon is a part of fluid dynamics and it happens everywhere in nature where there are fluids in motion, from riverbanks to engines, pipes, cars, and airplanes, and of course, wind turbine blades.
Over the years Bladefence has been involved in many diverse types of blade maintenance projects across Europe and North America.