HIghly advanced Probabilistic design and Enhanced Reliability methods for high-value, cost-efficient offshore wind.

Better understanding of the complex physics influencing large offshore wind farms can deliver significant cost savings to wind farm owners and thereby reduce our green electricity bill. Using advanced digital solutions, a European research consortium aims to achieve at least 9% reduction in the cost of energy from offshore wind.

By the end of 2022, the HIPERWIND project has concluded the first 2 years and successfully completed Work Packages 1, 2, and 3. In 2023, HIPERWIND will organize 2 webinars and release more publications.

Learn more about the HIPERWIND project

Work Packages

HIPERWIND uses advanced mathematical methods, high-quality data, and high-fidelity computational tools
to push the state of the art in the wind energy design and reliability prediction. Follow the link below to read more about the seven Work Packages (WPs).

Work Packages


The HIPERWIND project brings together a strong consortium combining universities and research organisations with industrial end-users. The partners are DTU (DK), ETH Zürich (CH), EDF (FR), IFP Energies nouvelles (FR), Electric Power Research Institute, Europe (IE), University of Bergen (NO) and DNV (NO).


Funding Scheme

 This project has received funding from the                                                                                                                   European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research                                                                                                                             and Innovation Programme under Grant                                                                                                                                         Agreement No. 101006689

The project will run for 3.5 years

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