Contributor Profile

Peter Clive

Job TitlePrincipal Wind Energy Consultant

Company NameBlack & Veatch


Peter has 17 years wind industry experience. He pioneered the adoption of LiDAR wind measurements and statistical techniques like Response Deficit Analysis in SCADA assessment. His interests include non-linear resource assessment techniques and extreme wind analysis. He is a member of IEC 61400-12-1 and IEC 61400-50-3 project teams, and the advisory board of IEA Wind Energy Annex 32. He has published widely on LiDAR, power performance testing, resource assessment, and related topics, and has designed many wind measurement and analysis campaigns. He is a member of the Leeds Sustainability Institute and a Visiting Professor at Leeds Beckett University.

Conference Sessions

  • Offshore Wind - Show Floor Seminar Theatre

    Wednesday10:30 - 16:3015 May 2019
    Offshore Wind Show Floor Seminar Theatre

    Sponsored by Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP 10:30 | How to win an offshore wind CfD auction – examining the role contract strategy selection has to playIan Cheste...

    • Language: English
  • Onshore Wind 1 - Repowering and life extension: Engineering experiences and environmental sensitivities

    Wednesday14:00 - 15:3015 May 2019

    Sponsored by Innogy Renewables UK Chair: Peter Clive, Principal Wind Energy Consultant, Black & Veatch Designing BIGMarc van Grieken, Director, MVGLA  Onshor...

    • Language: English
  • Onshore Wind 2 - Convergent methodologies: Getting the earliest possible access to the highest quality insights

    Wednesday16:00 - 17:3015 May 2019

    Sponsored by Innogy Renewables UK Chair: Robbie Gibson, Renewable Energy Services Director, Black & Veatch  Keynote address: I’m dreaming of a White PaperLind...

    • Language: English

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