What are the Round 3 timelines for Navitus Bay and how can port infrastructure meet their requirements?
Keynote: Navitus Bay Wind Farm
Windpower Monthly’s 2nd Annual Ports for Future Offshore Wind Forum featured EDF presenting its plans for the Navitus Bay Round 3 wind farm, detailing its timelines and service requirements.
Also under focus were how ports can accommodate future O&M and installation portside requirements. See the programme here .
"Excellent - new topics, new developments, all with experience." MD, T Ward Shipping Ltd
"Very good topics, spot on." Project Manager, Siemens Wind Power
"Interesting mix of people giving a range of views on a challenging topic." Associate Director, Wardell Armstrong
"The right people to be exchanging experiences with." Head of Offshore Engineering, Senvion
Other key topics include:
Siemens Wind Power on planning for future pre-assambly ports
Able UK's perspective on European ports' strategic readiness for R3
BLG Logistics discusses port side operational challenges at Bremerhaven
Damen Shipyards talks through future vessel designs and port requirements
Seatower's insight into whether ports should plan to handle gravity based foundations
This conference is unique in focusing on the practical issues involved in ports’ readiness for Round 3. Delegates from across the supply chain will interact to discuss the logistical portside solutions to offshore wind challenges.