Integrity And Corrosion Of Offshore Wind Structures

Integrity and Corrosion Of Offshore Wind Structures

Integrity And Corrosion Of Offshore Wind Structures

Windpower Monthly’s  Integrity And Corrosion Of Offshore Wind Structures  is back!

The event will focus on methodologies for effective asset integrity management and corrosion prevention, with an in depth look at the latest technological developments in this area:

  • EDF's experiences of internal corrosion protection for monopile foundations
  • Monitoring systems: what is the emerging standard practice in Offshore Wind? Insights from Dr Feargal Brennan, OWI Lab, NGI and Parkwind
  • New findings on Microbiological Influenced Corrosion (MIC) to help determine if it's a concern you should be prioritising – plus new MIC testing technology in development
  • Updates from the PISA Project and the Maximising Lifetime Asset Integrity Study

What's New For 2015?

  • Focus on the latest industry experience of corrosion protection solutions
  • Workshop on Monitoring And Inspection Of Foundations: half day on 1 June
  • Analysis of lifetime costs of aluminium, zinc and copper coatings versus anti-corrosive paints
  • A balanced look at the risks and benefits of using ICCP

Last year’s attendees said:

“Very informative and a gateway to increased knowledge”
Tim Kretschmer, Global Quality Office, E.ON Climate & Renewables

“A clear picture of the state-of-the-art and industry needs”
Maria Francesca Lecca, Mechnical Integrity Engineer, Alstom Renovables Espana

“Good discussion and exchange of practical knowledge between the participants”
Thomas Korzeniewski, Head of BU Wind Energy, Mistras-GMA

Our Expert Speaker Line up includes:

Marc Costa Ros The Carbon Trust
Senior Manager, Offshore Wind
The Carbon Trust

Claire Canning EDF Energy
Offshore Wind Research Engineer
EDF Energy

Cedric Van Den Haute Parkwind
Foundations Engineer

Christof Devriendt OWI Lab
Scientific Research Coordinator

Dr Feargal Brennan Cranfield University
Director of Energy
Cranfield University

Dr Nanni Noël Endures
Research Scientist, Microbiology

Adrian Fox The Crown Estate
Programme Manager Supply Chain and Technology
The Crown Estate

Who should attend? 

This event is relevant to anyone who works to improve the integrity, or prevent/treat the corrosion of, offshore wind farm structures and substructures. The 2014 event attracted Wind professionals with job roles such as:

  • Structural Engineer
  • Project Director, Manager and Engineer
  • Technical Director, Manager and Engineer
  • Engineering Manager
  • Foundations Engineer
  • Integrity Assessment Engineer
  • Corrosion Specialist
  • Civil Engineer
  • Design Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Offshore Engineer
  • Platform Technology Engineer
  • Research Engineer

contact us

Delegate and General Enquiries
To register your place at the conference, or for general enquiries please call  +44 (0) 20 8267 4011 or email 

Media Partnerships
If you are interested in joining us as a media partner, please contact  Charlotte Stubbing  at


This event provides a fantastic opportunity to speak to a very focused group about the products and services you provide to improve the integrity of wind structures and prevent offshore corrosion, which means that every delegate is a potential client.

For more information about the sponsorship packages available, please contact Raihan Chowdhury on +44 (0)20 8267 4337 or email

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Event Partners

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ICORR (Institute of Corrosion)


Etc Venues

One Drummond Gate