Building on more than 30 years of experience and independent market research Windpower Monthly is proud to bring back the Blade O&M Forum, our flagship event in North America attended by 70+ key blade specialists all under one roof!
"I am thrilled that after decades of industry focus on the wind turbines internal drive train, Windpower Monthly has chosen to focus some much needed attention on the first stage in harnessing energy from the wind...the blades”
Judah Moseson, Vice President – O&M And International Services, Cielo Wind (Chair of the 2015 Forum)
Do you want to know about the latest inspection strategies?
Are you keen to learn how to eliminate downtime and increase blade reliability?
Are you longing to have access to all the secrets of how to prolong a blade’s lifetime and learn from the best in the field?
Would you like to know how to set up a diverse blade maintenance program to meet the individual characteristics of your project’s fleet and site?
Then look no further.
This Forum attracts a diverse range of blade enthusiasts from all over the world, making it a fantastic opportunity to network with your industry peers, share experiences and build long-lasting business connections!
The Forum draws representation from across the industry...
...and across the globe.
Choosing the right blade maintenance regime
Managing large fleets of wind turbines across North America, Jon Salmon of EDF Renewable Services - who spoke at last year's Blade Operations and Maintenance Forum - has some advice on how to set up a diverse blade maintenance programme. Much will depend on individual characteristics of a project’s fleet and site, so working these out is key.
What do attendees say?
Sales Engineer Blade Services
"I was impressed at the fact that I really learned a lot and I've been doing this for 7 years and I work on blades and only blades. This is a welcome relief, with clear benefits for the industry, in terms of what I deal with on a daily basis."
Senior Vice President
“It was a great get together of both technical and operational experts, a good blend of hands-on engineering and real world folks out there. For this event in particular, there was great open dialogue on the trends in repair, maintenance and inspection of blades.”
Eastern Regional Manager
"I’ve been actually encouraging our asset managers and people who don’t understand the wind business to go to your conferences because in 15 years that’s the most I’ve learned about blades, in 15 years of the wind industry."