Open source at vortex

Vortex uses 99.9% open source as it has proven to be the best path to take at each junction along the way.

Limitations of models and measurements

"The biggest issue with wind maps seems to be a misunderstanding of their limitations by users, leading to bad decision-making” says Ioannis...

Wind energy markets you need to keep an eye on in 2019

2019 has kicked off with plenty of great news about wind energy; a lot of countries have turned their sights on backing renewable and sustainable...

2018: We haven’t met our objectives

Well, the truth is, we don’t know if we have achieved all our goals because we’ve never had an official document setting out the objectives for each...

Copernicus data applied to wind industry

Vortex R&D Director, Gil Lizcano, joined a live discussion panel with European Commission Vice-President, Maroš Šefčovič, together with Freja Vamborg...

Potential offshore  WIND  energy in the  NEW YORK BIGHT

The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) will hold the New York Bight Task Force Meeting in New York City  this November 28, 2018, where the...

Conect with our experts at Wind Energy

WindEnergy Hamburg will open its doors to industry visitors from around the world on 25 September. The exhibition halls will be a global showcase for...

VORTEX AT BIZBARCELONA

 

Vortex CEO, Pep Moreno, will participate in the panel discussion “The Company’s Happiness” during the Barcelona Entrepreneur main event  BizBarcelona...