Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 26

RESTRICTED

USER MANUAL

DOCUMENT: DESCRIPTION:

0029-8931 VER 07 User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model


DIgSILENT PowerFactory

User Manual
Vestas Wind Turbine Model Power Factory

VESTAS PROPRIETARY NOTICE: This document contains valuable confidential information of Vestas Wind Systems A/S. It is protected by copyright law as an unpublished work. Vestas reserves all patent, copyright, trade secret, and
other proprietary rights to it. The information in this document may not be used, reproduced, or disclosed except if and to the extent rights are expressly granted by Vestas in writing and subject to applicable conditions. Vestas
disclaims all warranties except as expressly granted by written agreement and is not responsible for unauthorized uses, for which it may pursue legal remedies against responsible parties.
RESTRICTED

DESCRIPTION:
DOCUMENT: User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model PAGE
0029-8931 VER 07 DIgSILENT PowerFactory 2/26

DISCLAIMER
The content of the report is provided on an AS IS and AS AVAILABLE basis WITHOUT ANY WARRANTIES OR
REPRESENTATIONS, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE then to the maximum extent permitted by law. Vestas Wind Systems A/S
and its affiliates shall not be liable for any loss whether direct, indirect, incidental or consequential, arising out of access to,
use of, application of, or inability to use or reliance upon any of the contents regardless of whether such contents has been
accurate or complete. Vestas will not pay any damages whether for loss or injury, punitive or otherwise because of any such
access to, use of or reliance upon any of the contents.

For the avoidance of doubt, Vestas makes no warranty or representation either express or implied as to the performance of
the wind turbine and power plant controller models in terms of it being in accordance with the performance of the actual wind
turbine generator or plant control system, as other circumstances, including, but not limited to deviations in the markets and
optional features might have influence on the performance of the actual wind turbine generator or plant control system. The
performance of the wind turbine and power plant controller models is expected only to be indicative to the performance of
the actual equipment.

COPYRIGHT NOTICE
[2013] Vestas Wind Systems A/S (Vestas). All rights reserved. This document is created by Vestas and contains
copyrighted material, trademarks, and other proprietary information. No part of the document may be reproduced or copied
in any form or by any means such as graphic, electronic, or mechanical, including photocopying, taping, or information
storage and retrieval systems without the prior written permission of Vestas. You may not alter or remove any trademark,
copyright or other notice from this document. This document is for your internal use only and must not be passed on to any
third party without the approval of Vestas.

Copyright - Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Hedager 44, DK-8200 rhus N, Denmark, www.vestas.com
RESTRICTED

DESCRIPTION:
DOCUMENT: User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model PAGE
0029-8931 VER 07 DIgSILENT PowerFactory 3/26

Version History
VERSION: DATE: CHANGE RESPONSIBLE:

V00 09-05-2012 Based on 0028-5678, WTG parameter table update, and new classification level
TSGRA/PACAL

V01 16-05-2012 Updated Reactive_ref to Qset as signal


V02 22-08-2012 Added disclaimer about unbalance faults handling for VCS machines
V03 17-09-2012 Removed parameter list and link to external parameter file
V04 25-03-2013 Updated 3.1.3 to follow recent mode updates
V05 23-09-2014 STATCOM removed as per model update; added 1.1; grammar and spelling
fixes - STJJE
V06 09-03-2015 Added in Code-Integration model usage
Removed obsolete section (powerfactor setpoint, MODESEL, etc)
V07 19-06-2016 Minor updates to wording.

Reading Guidelines
This document covers the Vestas wind turbine model implementation in the DIgSILENT
PowerFactory environment. The targeted group of readers are expected to have:
A good knowledge of the DIgSILENT PowerFactory simulation environment.
A strong background in the electrical power engineering field.

Copyright - Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Hedager 44, DK-8200 rhus N, Denmark, www.vestas.com
RESTRICTED

DESCRIPTION:
DOCUMENT: User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model PAGE
0029-8931 VER 07 DIgSILENT PowerFactory 4/26

Abbreviations
Abbreviation Description
WTG Wind Turbine Generator
RMS Root Mean Square
FRT Fault Ride Through
PCC Point of Common Coupling
STATCOM Static Synchronous Compensator
WPP Wind Power Plant
MSC Mechanical Switch Caps
MSR Mechanical Switch Reactors
VCS Vestas Converter System
VCRS Vestas Converter Resistor System
VCUS Vestas Converter Unity System
TSO Transmission System Operator
LVRT Low Voltage Ride Trough
PI Proportional-Integral
SCR Short Circuit Ratio
PF PowerFactory
PoM Point of Measurement
FSCS Full Scale Converter System
DFIG Double Fed Induction Generator

Copyright - Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Hedager 44, DK-8200 rhus N, Denmark, www.vestas.com
RESTRICTED

DESCRIPTION:
DOCUMENT: User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model PAGE
0029-8931 VER 07 DIgSILENT PowerFactory 5/26

Table of contents
1 INTRODUCTION........................................................................................................................ 6
1.1 MODEL USAGE .................................................................................................................................6
1.1.1 DFIG .......................................................................................................................................6
1.1.2 Full Scale Converter System ..................................................................................................6
2 GENERAL WIND TURBINE MODEL DESCRIPTION ....................................................................... 7
2.1 VESTAS DFIG CONCEPT .....................................................................................................................7
2.2 VESTAS FULL SCALE CONVERTER SYSTEM ...............................................................................................7
2.3 GENERIC MODEL APPROACH ................................................................................................................8
2.4 PRE-MODELLING ANALYSIS .................................................................................................................9
3 DIGSILENT POWER FACTORY MODEL DESCRIPTION ................................................................ 10
3.1 MODEL SETUP ................................................................................................................................10
3.1.1 Project overview ..................................................................................................................10
3.1.2 Grid Model...........................................................................................................................12
3.1.3 Dynamic Model ...................................................................................................................14
3.1.4 Measurement Devices orientation ......................................................................................16
3.1.5 User defined parameters.....................................................................................................18
3.1.6 User defined events .............................................................................................................19
3.1.7 Non-standard WTG power rating .......................................................................................21
3.2 MODEL IMPORT..............................................................................................................................22
3.3 RUNNING THE MODEL .....................................................................................................................24
3.3.1 Initialising the model ...........................................................................................................24
3.3.2 Changing set points .............................................................................................................26

Copyright - Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Hedager 44, DK-8200 rhus N, Denmark, www.vestas.com
RESTRICTED

DESCRIPTION:
DOCUMENT: User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model PAGE
0029-8931 VER 07 DIgSILENT PowerFactory 6/26

1 Introduction
The description given in this document covers the design of the Vestas DIgSILENT
PowerFactory wind turbine user written model (Vestas WTG). The model is a Vestas Generic
Model covering the DFIG wind turbines VCS, VCSS, VCRS and VCUS as well as Full
Scale Converter System wind turbines.

The DFIG and Full Scale Converter System wind turbines are developed and validated
through years of proven performance, with measurements and EMT based detailed models
acting as benchmark for this development process. The model is intended to be linked to a
static network element representing the current/power injection of the WTG group to the grid.
For this purpose, a static generator (ElmGenStat) is used in association with the dynamic
model.

The document at hand is a user guide that explains how to implement an above mentioned
Vestas WTG in an existing grid and states a number of steps that must be performed to get a
successful simulation in PowerFactory. It is developed to give a model performance with a
bandwidth between 0 and 10 Hz and a 1ms time step.

This model has been developed for PowerFactory version 14.1.8 and above.

1.1 Model Usage


1.1.1 DFIG
The DFIG WTG models are intended only for use in the following scenarios:
Load flow studies
Dynamic stability studies
Vestas does not support the use of the DFIG WTG models in the following scenarios:
Modal analysis
Harmonic studies
Short-circuit calculations

1.1.2 Full Scale Converter System


The Full Scale Converter System WTG models are intended only for use in the following
scenarios:
Load flow studies
Dynamic stability studies
Short-circuit calculations
Vestas does not support the use of the DFIG WTG models in the following scenarios:
Modal analysis
Harmonic studies

Copyright - Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Hedager 44, DK-8200 rhus N, Denmark, www.vestas.com
RESTRICTED

DESCRIPTION:
DOCUMENT: User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model PAGE
0029-8931 VER 07 DIgSILENT PowerFactory 7/26

2 General Wind Turbine Model Description


The DIgSILENT PowerFactory user written model has been developed for the Vestas DFIG
wind turbine and the Full Scale Converter System wind turbine topologies. These are
explained in short - in the following sections.

2.1 Vestas DFIG Concept


The main components of the DFIG wind turbine are:

1. The mechanical system:


a. The blades.
b. The shaft.
c. The gearbox.

2. The electrical system:


a. The doubly fed induction generator (DFIG).
b. The converter.
c. The main control.
d. The communication system.

2.2 Vestas Full Scale Converter System


The DIgSILENT PowerFactory user written model developed for the Vestas Full Scale
Converter System wind turbine is the reduced model of the WTG and does not include any
mechanical components or a generator-side converter. However, this model was shown to
accurately represent the complete Full Scale Converter System turbine, because the
mechanics and generator-side transformer have very little impact on the grid-side output due
to decoupling through the DC-link. The main components of this wind turbine model are:

1. The electrical system:


a. Step up transformer to medium voltage (10-66 kV)
b. The main control
c. The communication interface.

Copyright - Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Hedager 44, DK-8200 rhus N, Denmark, www.vestas.com
RESTRICTED

DESCRIPTION:
DOCUMENT: User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model PAGE
0029-8931 VER 07 DIgSILENT PowerFactory 8/26

2.3 Generic model approach


Figure 1 shows the generic model structure common to both the DFIG and the FSCS wind
turbines. Here the various signals and blocks may be observed as well as input and output of
the model.

Gen. P, Q, U
Taero Pmech I, P, Q
Wind speed behind Z
speed Current Trans-
Aero- Mecha- Mech. Elec.
injection former +
dynamic nical gen. gen.
+ aggr. grid
LSS Gen. P-
Us, f Us, f
speed speed airgap
Pitch
Ur Trip
angle
L1 L2
LVRT
logic

Genera- Protec-
Pitch
tor ctrl. tion

P* PQ ref
PQ
Limits

FB1 FB2 FB3 FB4 FB5

M1

Measurement SW/HW

S7 S5

S6 S6
STATCOM and SCADA
SCADA Control
SVC Input
S3 S1

Figure 1 Illustration of the generic DIgSILENT PowerFactory model structure.


Blocks marked as grey are not a part of the model

As mentioned in the Introduction, this model is intended for grid stability analysis. It may also
be designated as a performance model, since it receives grid voltage and frequency and
delivers active and reactive power as response.

Copyright - Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Hedager 44, DK-8200 rhus N, Denmark, www.vestas.com
RESTRICTED

DESCRIPTION:
DOCUMENT: User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model PAGE
0029-8931 VER 07 DIgSILENT PowerFactory 9/26

2.4 Pre-modelling Analysis


It is important to decide the types of analysis and studies needed to be carried out before
deciding which approach to use in modelling the physical system. The modelling approach
should reflect the intended types of analysis and studies.

These questions shape the modelling requirements and give a better overview of the users
needs in order to develop an analysis-dedicated model. The modelling of the wind turbine
needs to be made according to the performance of the simulation tool.

The pre-modelling analysis has been done using the DIgSILENT PowerFactory simulation
tool and the outcome is listed in Table 1.

Model purpose Dynamic stability studies.


Implementation in large bus system.
Aggregated Wind-power plant performance.

Model operational range Full power range of the WTG.


PF control mode.
Reactive power control mode.
Full voltage and frequency range of WTG.

Studies Dynamic stability analysis.

Protection Voltage settings.


Frequency settings.
LVRT settings.

Model requirements Positive sequence based.


Model bandwidth 0-10 Hz.
Recommended time step 1ms.

Table 1 Outcome of the pre-modelling analysis


Simulation on a very weak network might cause non convergence in the network
simulation due to numerical limitations of the simulation tool. The model version has
been validated down to a SCR of 3.

The DFIG based technology model should be used to study balance events only while
the GSCS model can be used to study balance or unbalanced events.

Copyright - Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Hedager 44, DK-8200 rhus N, Denmark, www.vestas.com
RESTRICTED

DESCRIPTION:
DOCUMENT: User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model PAGE
0029-8931 VER 07 DIgSILENT PowerFactory 10/26

3 DIgSILENT Power Factory Model Description


3.1 Model Setup
3.1.1 Project overview
The package containing the WTG model is designed for DIgSILENT Power Factory software
version 14.1.8 and above.

It contains the following files:


The .pfd file named after the turbine model, consisting of:
o The template for the WTG model,
o The grid model with the WTG model
The digexfun_Vestas_xXX.dll (for code integration model, where xXX is x86 for 32-bit
and x64 for 64-bit ),
The VestasModels_xXX_x.x.dll under Vestas folder (for code integration model, where
xXX is x86 for 32-bit and x64 for 64-bit and x.x is the version number),
The release note for the WTG model,
The MD5 checksum of pfd file.

For models including dll files, copy the contents to the PowerFactory installation directory.
The PowerFactory directory should look like Figure 2.

Figure 2 PowerFactory folder


Please close PowerFactory before copying or overwriting dll files. All files can be overwritten
without affecting previous models.

The project is organised as follows and is detailed in the next sections.

Copyright - Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Hedager 44, DK-8200 rhus N, Denmark, www.vestas.com
RESTRICTED

DESCRIPTION:
DOCUMENT: User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model PAGE
0029-8931 VER 07 DIgSILENT PowerFactory 11/26

The name of the project specifies the turbine


model

The library section will include the type used


in the grid

The template section includes the template for


the WTG model

The grid model section includes all the


components inserted in the grid and the
Vestas models block definitions

Figure 3 Project organisation

Copyright - Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Hedager 44, DK-8200 rhus N, Denmark, www.vestas.com
RESTRICTED

DESCRIPTION:
DOCUMENT: User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model PAGE
0029-8931 VER 07 DIgSILENT PowerFactory 12/26

3.1.2 Grid Model


The grid is composed of:
Two wind turbines, each of them being modelled as static generators in series with
one transformer,
Six capacitor banks,
One STATCOM (represented by a static generator without controller),
One substation transformer,
An ideal voltage source with two impedances modelling the external network.

Copyright - Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Hedager 44, DK-8200 rhus N, Denmark, www.vestas.com
RESTRICTED

DESCRIPTION:
DOCUMENT: User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model PAGE
0029-8931 VER 07 DIgSILENT PowerFactory 13/26

Network model

Substation transformer

WTG Model with appropriate busbars MSC units STATCOM


Figure 4 Grid model

Copyright - Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Hedager 44, DK-8200 rhus N, Denmark, www.vestas.com
RESTRICTED

DESCRIPTION:
DOCUMENT: User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model PAGE
0029-8931 VER 07 DIgSILENT PowerFactory 14/26

3.1.3 Dynamic Model


The architecture of the WTG model is shown in Figure 5. The Vestas WTG frame is the top
level component, into which the WTG common model is placed.

Figure 5 Dynamic model elements


In the WTG frame, the slots are already defined as shown in Figure 6. More details about the
slots definition are given in Table 2.

Figure 6 WTG frame

Copyright - Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Hedager 44, DK-8200 rhus N, Denmark, www.vestas.com
RESTRICTED

DESCRIPTION:
DOCUMENT: User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model PAGE
0029-8931 VER 07 DIgSILENT PowerFactory 15/26

Slot Element Description Measurement Power Orientation


Point rating Description
LV Terminal WTG01LV ElmTerm - - -
PQ grid WTG PQ LV StaPqmeas WTG LV Rated to Generator
Terminal connected see Figure 8
element for correct
cubicle

WTG Model WTG DSL ElmDsl - - -


Slot 01
Frequency WTG PLL ElmPhi_pll WTG LV This element provides the
measurement terminal stator frequency in Hz for
use of the WTG dynamic
model and the voltage
reference angle to the Static
generator element (cosref
and sinref).

Bus voltage WTG Stator StaVmeas WTG LV


This element Rated at
Voltage terminal
measures the Connect
generator busbar
stator voltage
WTGelement* WTG 01 ElmGenstat** Same as WTG rating.
For example, 3MVA for a
V90 3MW or 1.8 MVA for a
V90 1.8MW
Table 2 Dynamic model slot description for the WTG frame
*The static element selected for this example to represent the WTG group in a network model
is the Static Generator Element, which allows for various modes in load flow setup thanks to
the definition of a PQ capability curve (see load Flow tab in the model). This model behaves
like a controllable current source in dynamic simulation.
**Additional parameters need to be set in the RMS tab of the static generator.

* The static element selected for this example to represent the WTG group in a network
model is the Static Generator Element, which allows for various modes in load flow
setup thanks to the definition of a PQ capability curve (see load Flow tab in the model).
This model behaves like a controllable current source in dynamic simulation
** Additional parameters need to be set in the RMS tab of the static generator.

Copyright - Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Hedager 44, DK-8200 rhus N, Denmark, www.vestas.com
RESTRICTED

DESCRIPTION:
DOCUMENT: User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model PAGE
0029-8931 VER 07 DIgSILENT PowerFactory 16/26

Figure 7 Static generator set-up for RMS simulation

3.1.4 Measurement Devices orientation


It is important to set the measurement point at the correct terminal or cubicle. By convention,
all measurement devices are generator oriented (see Table 2) and defined to measure at
specific cubicles, as shown in Figure 8.

Copyright - Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Hedager 44, DK-8200 rhus N, Denmark, www.vestas.com
RESTRICTED

DESCRIPTION:
DOCUMENT: User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model PAGE
0029-8931 VER 07 DIgSILENT PowerFactory 17/26

WTG PQ WTG PQ
LV 01 LV 02

Figure 8 WTG measurement point

Copyright - Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Hedager 44, DK-8200 rhus N, Denmark, www.vestas.com
RESTRICTED

DESCRIPTION:
DOCUMENT: User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model PAGE
0029-8931 VER 07 DIgSILENT PowerFactory 18/26

3.1.5 User defined parameters


The user changeable parameters are set in the WTG common model as showed Figure 9.
However the DSL parameters should not be changed by the end user unless agreed with
Vestas. A parameter sheet can be provided if the end user need to change parameters.

Figure 9 Vestas WTG model parameters

Copyright - Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Hedager 44, DK-8200 rhus N, Denmark, www.vestas.com
RESTRICTED

DESCRIPTION:
DOCUMENT: User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model PAGE
0029-8931 VER 07 DIgSILENT PowerFactory 19/26

3.1.6 User defined events


The events are placed in the WTG common model and must be named SwitchGen.
The correct definition of these events is given in Table 3, Figure 10 and Figure 11 give further
details about the model dialog event page.

Parameter Name Type Element


Description
SwitchGen Open breaker HV Terminal
This event causes the WTG HV breaker
to open.
SwitchGen(1) Take element WTG ElmDsl This event takes the WTG simulation
out of service model out of service
Table 3 Switch event description for the WTG model

Copyright - Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Hedager 44, DK-8200 rhus N, Denmark, www.vestas.com
RESTRICTED

DESCRIPTION:
DOCUMENT: User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model PAGE
0029-8931 VER 07 DIgSILENT PowerFactory 20/26

Figure 10 Model event dialogue box

Figure 11 Switch event dialogue boxes

Copyright - Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Hedager 44, DK-8200 rhus N, Denmark, www.vestas.com
RESTRICTED

DESCRIPTION:
DOCUMENT: User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model PAGE
0029-8931 VER 07 DIgSILENT PowerFactory 21/26

3.1.7 Non-standard WTG power rating


The turbines could run at a different power rating than specified in the general specification or
outside standard operating envelope. The user can change the WTG power rating upon
approval from Vestas by changing following PowerFactory parameters:
Static generator : Nominal Apparent Power (Please refer to Figure 12).
DSL parameter : UserDefinedActivePowerSetPoint (Please refer to section 3.1.5).

Figure 12 Nominal Apparent Power in Static Generator

Copyright - Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Hedager 44, DK-8200 rhus N, Denmark, www.vestas.com
RESTRICTED

DESCRIPTION:
DOCUMENT: User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model PAGE
0029-8931 VER 07 DIgSILENT PowerFactory 22/26

3.2 Model Import


The WTG template is already setup in the template library and just needs to be dragged into
the grid model. It includes all the elements defined in section 3.1 with the definition of
appropriate links between elements. This template can be used to start a new project or to
import the WTG model into an existing project.

Figure 13 shows the process to follow in order to use it. The template button in the symbol
bar on the upper right hand side needs to be activated. The additional window Object Filter
appears. The Drag & Drop field needs to be activated before the template can be placed
within the grid model. Then the PPC model can be selected and dragged into the model. The
blue marked template on the left hand side can be placed in the grid.

The template function automatically creates the static elements and the composite DSL
models in the grid model folder. All links described in section 3.1 are automatically defined
which avoids any need to alter the measurement points while building a model. Depending
on the system voltage and the performance requirements, the grid model and the composite
model contents have to be adjusted, refer to section 3.1 for adjustment of the dynamic model.

Copyright - Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Hedager 44, DK-8200 rhus N, Denmark, www.vestas.com
RESTRICTED

DESCRIPTION:
DOCUMENT: User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model PAGE
0029-8931 VER 07 DIgSILENT PowerFactory 23/26

Figure 13 Template implementation of the WTG into existing project

Copyright - Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Hedager 44, DK-8200 rhus N, Denmark, www.vestas.com
RESTRICTED

DESCRIPTION:
DOCUMENT: User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model PAGE
0029-8931 VER 07 DIgSILENT PowerFactory 24/26

3.3 Running the Model


3.3.1 Initialising the model
The dynamic model is designed to be initialized from the load flow. The load flow values at
the WTG LV terminal will initialize the WTG setpoints. Therefore, the user needs to ensure
that the values given by the load flow calculation correspond to the steady state values
desired. In this case, the model will start with a flat response. Appropriate values have to be
entered in the load Flow tab of the static generator as shown in Figure 14.

Figure 14 Setting up the WTG setpoints


Besides, a station control can be used to adjust the reactive power setpoint of the individual
WTGs in order to match the desired setpoint at PCC. Figure 15 shows an example in which
two WTGs are controlled to get unity power factor at the PCC. This procedure ensures a
smooth start of the simulation.

Copyright - Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Hedager 44, DK-8200 rhus N, Denmark, www.vestas.com
RESTRICTED

DESCRIPTION:
DOCUMENT: User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model PAGE
0029-8931 VER 07 DIgSILENT PowerFactory 25/26

Figure 15 Station control

Copyright - Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Hedager 44, DK-8200 rhus N, Denmark, www.vestas.com
RESTRICTED

DESCRIPTION:
DOCUMENT: User Manual for Vestas Wind Turbine Model PAGE
0029-8931 VER 07 DIgSILENT PowerFactory 26/26

3.3.2 Changing set points


Changing the setpoint is done through two predefined parameter events defined as shown in
Figure 16. These are case sensitive:
Pref : active power setpoint in pu
Qref : reactive power setpoint in pu

An example of its definition is shown in Error! Reference source not found..

Figure 16 Parameter event for reference step change

Copyright - Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Hedager 44, DK-8200 rhus N, Denmark, www.vestas.com