Asia is now the main engine of growth for the global wind industry. In fact, the Asia Pacific region will account for at least 44% of total MW added globally through 2025. With continued logistical, ecological and landuse challenges hindering the development of more wind farms, developers and power producers are increasingly looking offshore as a feasible means of building more wind farms to feed an increasingly power hungry world.
But, building offshore presents challenges of their own, and is a constantly changing field. As companies continue to develop bigger engines that are able to capture more wind, as well as improve transmission and building systems, offshore wind construction is constantly challenged to find ever more reliable foundations and designs, transmission build-out, supply chains and installation methods.
OFFSHORE WIND CONSTRUCTION SUMMIT 2012, 15 - 17 February 2012, ICC Jeju Island, South Korea, will provide you with the perfect platform to address these concerns and more! We will be taking an indepth look at the construction challenges in offshore wind farms and will be bringing you CASE STUDIES from around the world to address key technological and operational issues when it comes to delivering an offshore wind farm that meets your requriements and needs.