Recent Projects

Asian Development Bank, Government of Bhutan

Sept 2017 - June 2018
  1. Identifying locations for installation of wind and solar measurement systems
  2. Prepare bidding document
  3. Inspect and supervise installation of measurement systems
  4. Supervise resource map development

The objective of this project is to support the Government of Bhutan with the procurement and installation of wind and solar measurement stations assess wind and solar power potentials in Bhutan.

IPDP and Macquarie Bank

June 2017 - September 2017
  • Grid Integration study for integration of 30 MW of wind in two phases, 15 MW each in 2018 and 2019
  • Wind with Energy Storage
  • Transient Stability Analysis
  • Ramping analysis

The objectives are to determine the beneficial impact of energy storage in the integration of wind project into the grid.

Asian Development Bank

August 2015 - February 2016
  1. Power flow analysis
  2. Short-circuit analysis
  3. Transient stability analysis
  4. Enhancements to the system to ensure safe and reliable integration of wind

Objective and Purpose of the Assignment is to study the impact of the proposed West Timor Wind Farm on the existing power system.  Power systems analysis will be conducted using DigSILENT's PowerFactory.

Government of Guyana, Inter-American Development Bank

October 2015 - February 2016
  1. Select 6 sites for wind measurement
  2. Supervise and inspect met-mast installations
  3. Create quarterly wind data reports and conduct wind resource assessment
  4. Conduct training and capacity building

Government of Guyana has embarked on a non-conventional Renewable Energy Technologies (RET) program.  One of the components of the RET program is to assess the wind energy potential in Guyana.  This will be accomplished through installation of 4 meteorological towers for measurement of wind and other weather related parameters.  With one year of measurement data from the four towers, a detailed wind resource assessment and wind resource map can be developed.

Winrock International, US Dept. of Energy, NREL

February 2015 - June 2015
  1. Power flow/load flow analysis
  2. Short-circuit analysis
  3. Transient stability analysis
  4. Training to stakeholders

IWE was appointed consultant for Winrock’s project with the US Department of Energy and National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL) for the Indonesia Clean Energy – Integrated Deployment Project.  IWE provided wind resource assessment, grid integration and wind project deployment consulting services.

IWE evaluated integration of one 850kW wind turbine in the eastern grid and up to five 850kW wind turbines in the East-West interconnected grid using DigSILENT's PowerFactory.  Use of energy storage was evaluated in order to provide stability to grid.

Asian Development Bank (ADB)

October 2014 - June 2015

Wind energy tariff and incentives for utility-scale and small-scale projects

Solar rooftop tariff and incentives

Evaluate alternatives like feed-in tariff based on production cost and based on avoided cost.

Report is available at:  http://i-windenergy.com/content/wind-tariff-and-rooftop-solar-pv-tariff-...

In this project, feed-in tariff and other incentives for wind energy and solar PV rooftop for both utility- and small-scale was developed using a benefits based approach.  Consultations were conducted with all stakeholders including government, developers, utility and others.  Advice to the government of Indonesia on implementation of the feed-in tariff and scaling up renewable energy was provided.

Asian Development Bank (ADB)

April, 2012 - April, 2017

Under the QLW Project, Innovative Wind Energy, Inc. is contracted for three years to provide technical assistance to wind energy development in Philippines, Mongolia and Sri Lanka. The objectives are to accelerate wind energy development in Asia and the Pacific, with a focus on countries with large untapped wind power potential.

US Agency for International Development (USAID)/Tetra Tech ES, Inc.

July, 2013 - June, 2014

Under the ICED Project, Innovative Wind Energy, Inc. is working on Indonesia Wind Sector Impact Assessment. The objectives are to assist PLN (utility in Indonesia) in: (i) assessing wind resources at the proposed sites, (ii) analyzing the potential impacts on PLN’s power systems and determining the interconnection technical requirements for the proposed wind farms to ensure security, stability, and quality of the power grid, and (iii) recommending strategy for integrating the proposed wind farms into PLN’s power grid operation. This assignment will provide detailed assessment of the potential impacts of four distinct wind power projects, and develop recommendations to ensure that proposed wind farms can be interconnected and integrated into PLN’s power grids efficiently and cost-effectively.

Asian Development Bank (ADB)/Castle Rock

May, 2013 - April, 2015

Under Scaling Up Renewable Energy Access in Eastern Indonesia, Innovative Wind Energy, Inc. is providing technical assistance to the Indonesian provincial government of Nusa Tenggara Timur (NTT), and the local government of Sumba Island to design and implement energy access programs based on renewable energy sources.

US Agency for International Development (USAID)/Tetra Tech ES, Inc.

August, 2010 - November, 2011
Under the SARI/E Project, Innovative Wind Energy, Inc. developed curriculum and delivered wind energy training in the areas of wind resource assessment, financial modelling of wind energy projects, contracts/PPA, siting of wind projects and related topics to participants from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Three workshops were organized, two in Sri Lanka and one in Bangladesh.