Are you truly ready to face the extreme challenges when developing and operating wind farms further offshore?
Windpower Monthly is delighted to announce the launch of Developing And Operating Further Offshore Wind Farms to be held in London, 20-21 October 2015.
This is the only event that will address the key issues of developing and operating wind farms further offshore from the coast. In particular, the forum will be looking at how to drive costs down through effective access and logistics solutions as well as fit for purpose O&M strategies.
the pioneering speaker line-up includes:
featuring crucial topics including:
How to ensure wind farms built further offshore will effectively operate for the next 25 years and beyond
A developer’s perspective: What are the key vessel design and selection criteria moving further offshore?
Hands-on experience from the Oil and Gas industry on maritime transports
Exclusive insights on how to optimise transfer time, bring down costs and limit turbine downtime whilst increasing availability
The “Human Factor”: How much time should technicians realistically spend offshore? How will this affect their performance? What additional health and safety procedures should be implemented?
CTVs, SOVs And Helicopters: Assessing the best mix to improve O&M access and activities whilst increasing turbine availability
Key learnings on how to apply near shore maintenance solutions to far from shore challenges
what attendees say about WPM events:
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