Romax Technology partner with Chinese Wind Energy Association
Romax Technology is delivering a technical seminar in partnership with the Chinese Wind Energy Association (CWEA), which aims to address the technical developments and issues within wind turbine gearbox design and analysis.
The seminar, held in Beijing on 20th October, will provide commercial and technical expertise on the development of wind turbine gearboxes to an audience of CWEA members involved in gearbox design, manufacture and maintenance within China.
Business Development Director, Dr Xiaobing Hu, will present current market dynamics and commercial developments, and will interpret the effects of these developments on the rapidly growing Chinese wind energy market.
A selection of Romax’s most experienced wind energy engineers will then give details of their pioneering approach to wind turbine gearbox analysis, gearbox testing and certification and bearing selection, analysis and application. The audience will also learn of the latest developments in their industry specific software for the design and development of gearboxes, bearings and drivetrains, RomaxWIND.
Dr Hu, said, “As a leading technical consultant in the wind energy industry we are dedicated to the development of wind turbine technology. Seminars, such as this one, are an excellent opportunity for us to build on strong relationships with the wind energy industry here in China and to share our knowledge and expertise with leading companies at the forefront of gearbox design and manufacture.”
This will be the fifth seminar of this kind for the UK based company, and comes in a year in which Romax have played an active part in supporting key players in the wind energy industry to develop new products for the Chinese market.
Following the seminar, Romax will be a major exhibitor at China Wind Power in Beijing and will be encouraging visitors and fellow exhibitors to learn about Romax’s products and services and to discuss collaborative opportunities.
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