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Icy test site shall attract the world’s wind industry to Sweden

  Press release, February 6, 2018 RISE Research Institutes of Sweden and power utility Skellefteå Kraft are about to establish a test centre where the global wind industry can test their equipment in cold and icy conditions. The site is Uljabuouda in the municipality...

Winterwind 2018

CCT will participate at the upcoming Winterwind conference in Åre, Sweden. Besides arranging a stand (no 13), Stefan Ivarsson will also hold a presentation at Wednesday February 2nd. Come find us and discuss Cold Climate Testing in person! Find out more...

CCT in the media

At the end of last year, CCT was featured in an article by Svensk Vindkraft as part of their summary of 2017. You can find the article on page 24. Read the magazine Earlier in January this year, our project manager Stefan Ivarsson (RISE) was interviewed by EFN - a...

Learn more about CCT in WindEnergy Network

In the latest issue of WindEnergy Network, there is an article about Cold Climate Test which describes our work and also features an interview with Daniel Gustafsson, Development Project Manager and technical expert on icing conditions at our partner Vattenfall. Read...

CCT to attend WinterWind 2017

Cold Climate Test Centre (CCT) will attend the upcoming event Winterwind International Wind Energy conference 2017.
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Swedish press highlights Cold Climate Test

Last week was a busy one, as several members of the Swedish media highlighted our Cold Climate Test. You will find links below, however, everything is in Swedish. SVT - the Swedish public service broadcaster Radio Sweden (start to listen at 2:32:45 in the show)....

Newsletter premiere

We have just sent out our first CCT newsletter. If you haven't already read it, click the link below to open it in your browser. Newsletter

Test centre for wind power in cold climates

Swerea MEFOS has been granted SEK 3 million for the project Test Center for Wind Power in Cold Climates. The funding comes from Vinnova’s investments in test beds within environmental engineering. The entire budget for the project is 8.85 million SEK. UPDATE: 16 June...