“Blades usually do their work in a discreet manner without claiming a major role. So there is a great temptation not to pay attention to the care of the blades. Very frequently when a maintenance budget needs to be reduced, the blade is one of the first elements to be sacrificed. But that is a great error. To inspect and to repair small deteriorations of blades regularly is one of the most effective strategies to avoid major increments in future OPEX.”
Eduardo García Pérez , Head Of Central Maintenance Europe, EDP Renewables
Are you longing to know more on how to inspect your blades effectively?
Do you want to learn how to keep costs to a minimum whilst effectively curing damages?
Are you curious about how to extend the lifetime of blades through retrofit and add-on solutions?
Then look no further.
In response to the wind industry's huge appetite for more technical knowledge on blades, the Windpower Monthly Events team researched and produced Blade Inspection, Damage & Repair Forum, taking place in Amsterdam from 10-13 October.
What’s in store for 2016?
- A new and exciting location!
- A networking dinner at the end of Day 1 to continue building contacts in a more relaxed environment
- New case studies from key stakeholders
- A full-day workshop focusing on blade manufacturing and composites to cover the latest in cutting-edge materials technology, production processes and cost-effective design solutions for blades.
This is a must-attend for all those dedicated to wind blade inspection, damage and repair! Last year's Forum brought together over 100 blade specialists from across the globe:
proudly sponsored by:
what last year's attendees said:
"It's the best place for owners, OEMs and stakeholders to meet and define a common strategy for blades"
Blades Manager, Vestas
"Excellent content and networking event – invaluable!"
Business Innovation Manager, TRAC AdvantEDGE
"A great focus on blades, highlighting the need and wants of the industry"
Director, Renewable Advice
awards for blade inspection, damage & repair
Conference of the Year
(Fewer than 300 delegates)