Study: Bird Collision Avoidance of Offshore Wind Farms

This article discusses a recent study about birds and wind turbines.

The Offshore Renewables Joint Industry Programme (ORJIP) Bird Collision Avoidance Study, which started in March 2014, was the first of its kind and employed a multi-sensor monitoring system to track birds within and around the wind farm, providing results that will significantly progress our understanding of how birds interact with offshore wind farms.

The full report can be found here:

Bird Collision Avoidance study, April 2018

Summary presentation from April 2018 launch

 

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