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Farm greenhouse gas balance sets the starting signal for climate-positive farming

The agricultural sector is increasingly affected by climate change. Adapting to the new growing conditions and increasing climate awareness among customers is of great importance for farmers who needs to make long-term investment decisions that are sustainable and profitable. Converting farms into climate-positive operation involves a perspective shift in which the farm’s current crop and/or […]


Waila launches Climate Fund for Agriculture

Gotland has ideal conditions for the transition towards a climate-positive economy, even though the island is still one of the regions with the highest greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions per person in Sweden. It is our vision that by 2030 Gotland will have a climate-positive economy, which means that more GHG will be removed from the […]

Vestas Power Performance Optimisation (PPO) – Validation for one of the largest Vestas fleet operators in Europe

Are optimization measures for wind power plants, such as Vestas Power Performance Optimisation (PPO), worth the money? And if so, how high is the effective power increase of the WTG after the optimization? These are questions important to our customers. We answer them by providing independent validation with site-specific Big Data software solutions. We carry […]

Waila coaches master theses of students from Uppsala University

Since January 2020, two wind energy master students from Uppsala University have been writing their master theses at Waila. They will apply validation methods for the independent evaluation of optimization measures in existing international wind farm portfolios and further refine the validation methods. The master theses are supervised by Uppsala University (Campus Gotland) and Waila. […]

Waila optimizes the energy supply of a private house

Waila advises homeowners independently on the economic and ecological optimisation of the energy supply of a school building built around 1900 south of Visby and now used privately to: Optimisation of the overall concept for the climate-friendly energy supply of the building, Implementation of measures to reduce heat energy demand, Construction of a photovoltaic plant […]

E-kol-ogiskt! – Summary of biochar research project

On the 20th and 21st of November 2019, Waila presented the results of the biochar research project E-kol-ogiskt! on Gotland. The audience included farmers, agricultural consultants, representatives of regional authorities in the fields of agriculture, water, climate and food as well as representatives of regional development organizations, a startup incubator and interested private individuals. The […]

Waila advises homeowners on the installation of solar systems

Since September 2019, a newly installed, 5.7 kW solar system is shimmering in the sunlight on the house and garage roof of a property in the south of the Swedish island of Gotland. The system covers the entire electricity demand of the house as well as the electricity demand for charging an electric car. The […]

Results of the LEADER project E-kol-ogiskt!

Between autumn 2018 and spring 2019, Waila carried out a biochar field trial at Stenhuse farm in Sanda on the Swedish island of Gotland. The collected data is analyzed in close cooperation with Daniel Fischer, biochar expert from Germany, and Erik Karltun, reseacher at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) . In November 2019, […]

E-kol-ogiskt! – Waila starts a Leader project

The Leader project E-kol-ogiskt! has been started by WAILA AB and project partners from Gotland, Sweden and Germany this October. The goal of the Leader project is to demonstrate the beneficial impacts of biochar-substrates on soil properties, water management and climate change on an agricultural farm on Gotland.  Thomas Stenhuse, owner of the farm Stenhuse […]

Coordination of the local construction supervision

In July 2018, WAILA AB has been contracted by a German Asset Management Company to control the local construction supervision of 2 wind farms on the mainland of Sweden with a total capacity of approx. 50 MW. Commissioning of the wind turbines is planned for 2018 and 2019 respectively.