During a pilot study, Biodiv-Wind collaborated with the Department of Nature and Forests (DNF), the Department of Natural and Agricultural Environment Study (DEMNA), and a local consultancy firm to conduct a comprehensive analysis of the SafeWind system’s performance. The study’s findings demonstrate that our system can effectively detect target birds and manage wind turbine operations, thereby reducing the risks of collisions.
With these promising results, in the context of this park, the DNF is supportive of utilizing the SafeWind system as a means to mitigate the impact of wind turbines on avian wildlife.
This development signifies that the DNF and DEMNA will be able to make informed decisions when reviewing future permit applications based on the proven performance of SafeWind.
We extend our warm thanks to our partners and collaborators for their valuable contribution to this achievement.