Alerts and Events: Noise
These postings are provided to help publicize and provide examples of the efforts of affiliated groups and individuals related to industrial wind energy development. Most of the notices posted here are not the product of nor are they necessarily endorsed by National Wind Watch.
Advertisements, Campaigns, Environment, Health, Noise, Ohio, Property values, Wildlife •
Source: Crawford Anti-Wind
Crawford Anti-Wind campaign spots
Tenth International Conference on Wind Turbine Noise
Wind Turbine Noise 2023 June 21-23, 2023 Trinity Business School, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland https://www.windturbinenoise.eu/content/conferences/10-wind-turbine-noise-2023/ This is our tenth Wind Turbine Noise conference and we are back live on site again. This time in Dublin for three days on 21st to 23rd June 2023. Update: Registration is now open for the conference. We have a great venue on the historic campus at Trinity College Dublin right in the very heart of Dublin City. It is a few minutes’ walk from . . .
Action alerts, Australia, Law, Noise •
Source: Engage Victoria
Changes to the regulation of wind farm noise – Victoria, Australia
New regulations of wind energy facilities in Victoria are proposed to ensure that the amenity of local communities is protected and to provide certainty for industry. These will replace interim regulations, which are due to expire in October 2022. What is being proposed? Three alternative approaches to wind farm noise regulation have been assessed in a regulatory impact statement (RIS), prepared by Deloitte Access Economics: No additional regulation – relying on general provisions within the Environment Protection Act 2017 Direct . . .
Announcements, Australia, Health, Noise, Studies •
Source: Adelaide Institute for Sleep Health
Wind Farm Noise Laboratory Study
This project will use the best available measurements of sleep and physiological activation responses to a range of different noise types to carefully test noise impacts on sleep macro-structure (sleep stage distribution and wake time during the sleep period) and sleep micro-structure (brief arousal and physiological activation responses). Participants who take part in the (CATI) and consent to being contacted about potential further involvement in this project, may be approached to take part in this phase of the study. Residents . . .
Announcements, Meetings, Noise, Studies •
Source: INCE Europe
Ninth International Meeting on Wind Turbine Noise: accepted abstracts
Wind Turbine Noise 2021 May 18-21, 2021 e-Conference from Europe: Ninth International Conference on Wind Turbine Noise Accepted abstracts (Presentations will be either oral, poster or part of a workshop session.) A review of different methodologies to measurement of Sound Pressure Level from Wind Farms Payam Ashtiani Efficient management of acoustic studies of large wind farm projects Miguel Ausejo Prieto, Laura Simón Otegui, Rubén García Morales A model to calculate the delta between internal noise with open windows vs external . . .
Wind Turbine Noise 2021 — May 18-21, 2021
Ninth International Conference on Wind Turbine Noise Crowne Plaza Hotel, Northwood, Dublin, Ireland Calling for Papers – Submit your Abstract by 20th November 2020 For our ninth conference we are in Dublin, capital of the Irish Republic. The hotel is ten minutes from the airport but with a bus service every ten minutes to the city centre. For those wanting to stay on site there is the conference hotel or the Holiday Inn Express next door. The conferences attract delegates . . .
8th International Conference on Wind Turbine Noise – Draft List of Papers
Draft List of Papers at 30th April 2019 for Wind Turbine Noise 2019, June 12-14, 2019, Lisbon [full schedule now available (click here for PDF)] Ethan: Wind Farm Environmental Noise and Vibration Impact Analyses: Background Sound, Project Construction, and Assessment of Final Project Vibration Immissions (United States) Mranal: Advancements in continuous learning for tonality free turbine design (Denmark) Tomohiro: A comparison of standardized methods for prominence analysis of tonal components (Japan) Lars Sommer: Prominent tones in wind turbine noise – . . .