Niels Gylling Mortensen

Niels Gylling Mortensen

Senior researcher

Frederiksborgvej 399, Building 125, Room 118

4000 Roskilde

Denmark

NGM currently works with wind data analysis, site assessment, microscale flow modelling, WAsP analysis and application, uncertainty assessment, software development, development of wind atlas methodologies and of wind atlas application guidelines, quality assurance, e-learning. Teaches on DTU courses 46200 and 46300, and on commercial WAsP courses.

CV

Education

1975 - 1985 Physical geography, geophysics and geology - University of Copenhagen

Academic grades

M.Sc.

Professional experience

2007 - Senior researcher (DTU) - Technical University of Denmark, Wind Energy
1997 - 2006 Senior scientist - Risø National Laboratory, Wind Energy
1992 - 1992 Visiting scientist (NCAR) - National Center for Atmospheric Research, Atmospheric Technology Division
1985 - 1996 Research scientist - Risø National Laboratory, Meteorology and Wind Energy

Languages

English

Expertise

More than 29 years of experience in wind power meteorology and climatology; including research, development, second opinion and due diligence studies on commercial terms, teaching, and publication of wind atlases for the European Communities (EU12), Denmark, Egypt, Gulf of Suez, NE China and South Africa. Over 20 years of experience in international wind power projects.
 
Detailed knowledge of design, establishment, operation and maintenance of wind-monitoring stations; wind measurements, wind resource assessment, wind flow modelling, terrain description and mapping, Wind Atlas Analysis and Application Program (WAsP) models and software, WAsP Utility Programs, WAsP Engineering, WAsP/KAMM methodology, and WAsP Resource Mapping methodology and tools. Author, co-author or editor of more than 150 papers, reports and books in wind power meteorology and boundary layer meteorology. Significant professional experience in the use of WAsP and related software.

International experience

Wind resource assessment and second opinion / due diligence studies carried out for wind farm sites in Denmark, UK, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Cape Verde, Morocco, Algeria, Egypt, South Africa, Indonesia, China, Greenland, USA and Australia. Design, operation and maintenance of meteorological stations in Denmark, Greenland, Egypt and Cape Verde. Long-term wind atlas studies in Denmark, Finland, Cape Verde, Egypt, China and South Africa.

Other information

Member of the WAsP development team since 1985.

WAsP Certified User #3

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  • Wind Energy

    ISSNs: 1095-4244, 10954244

    ISSNs (Electronic): 1099-1824

    John/Wiley & Sons Ltd., United Kingdom

    ISI indexed (2013): yes, FI (2013): 2

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  • Energinyt

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  • RisøNyt

    ISSNs: 0108-1054

    ISSNs (Electronic): 1902-1054

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