IceWind designs and manufactures small vertical axis wind turbines for telecom towers and residential applications such as homes, cabins and farms.
The IceWind vertical axis wind technology has been designed in response to the growing demand for renewable technologies. It demonstrates that turbines can be an elegant, quiet, durable, cost effective and nearly maintenance free solution for energy production.
The company was founded in 2012 but development goes back to 2008, when Anemometer was designed as a final project in University of Iceland, where it all started.
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First regional IAG (Industry Advisory group) meeting was held in Iceland last week in Reykjavík. The formation of the group is to provide input and advice on the implementation of the GREBE project in Iceland. The Group shall meet once a year in 2016, 2017 and 2018 and ICI in in charge of organizing the meetings.
On the meeting GREBE project was introduced and members circulated about the project relevance in Iceland and how it could affect their business. Members discussed opportunities in renewable energy and technology, and knowledge transfer between GREBE partners. Next meeting will be held in 2017.
Iceland Regional industry advisory group.
Kristján Leósson from Innovation Center Iceland (www.nmi.is)
Sigurður Friðleifsson from Iceland Energy agency (www.orkusetur.is)
Viðar Helgason frá Iceland Geothermal (www.icelandgeothermal.is)
Salóme Guðmunsdóttir Start up energy Reykjavík (www.startupenergyreykjavik.com)
Valur Rafn Halldórsson from the associations of municipalities on cold areas. (skss.is)
Harpa Pétursdóttir chairman of The Association of Women in Energy (https://www.facebook.com/konuriorkumalum/?fref=ts)
Skírnir Sigurbjörnsson from Arctic Hydro (www.arctichydro.is)
Sæþór Ásgeirsson from Icewind (www.icewind.is)