overview

4th annual event looking at the latest methods for cable installation and for ensuring the reliability and performance of subsea power cables over the life of an offshore wind farm.

The forum will feature 

  • Case studies from leading developers such as RWE and Statkraft and Vattenfall 
  • Exclusive insight into the latest cable condition monitoring techniques from Statkraft, HVPD, NKT Cables and  Wirsescan

  • An OFTO keynote: dealing with dynamic ratings from an OFTO's perspective 

  • The results of the Carbon Trust's work with free hanging cables- are they a feasible option for R3? 

  • Presentations from leading cables experts from the likes of Centrica, RES, Statkraft, RWE, The Carbon Trust, Vattenfall and The Crown Estate 

Register now to ensure you don't miss out on the most cables-specific developer case studies ever offered at a European forum!

Cables in the press >>

Key Speakers

Simon Wheel

Offshore Project Manager-Cables

RES Offshore

Alexander Von Massenbach

Project Manager-Supply Chain Management

Vattenfall

Ian King

Head of Subsea Cables

Centrica

Leon Notkevich

Head of Electrical Systems- Offshore Wind

Statkraft

venue

HOTEL IBIS LONDON EARLS COURT

47 Lillie Road, London SW6 1UD

Tel: 020 7666 8470

Fax: 020 7666 8552

www.ibis.com

commercial opportunities

If you provide any solutions for installing or maintaining export and inter array cables, sponsoring this event is a sure way to generate leads. For information on the sponsorship packages available, please contact Heather Smith on +44 (0)20 8267 4875 or email hs@windpowermonthly.com .

Speaking Opportunities

If you are interested in speaking, please email Claire Bishop Smith on claire.bishopsmith @haymarket.com

who should attend?

  • Cable Package Managers
  • Offshore Project Managers
  • Electrical Engineers
  • Installation Proposal Managers
  • Array Cable Managers
  • HV Cable Engineers 
  • Subsea Cable Installers 
  • Procurement Managers 
  • Tendering Managers
  • Cable Insurers 
  • Cable Manufacturers