Reducing the cost associated with operations and maintenance of offshore wind remains a key challenge in decreasing lifetime cost of energy and achieving cost parity with alternative generation technologies.
Operatiors today are posed with numerious decisions and questions to answer such as what aspects of operations and maintanence (O&M) within their control can affect operational costs and turbine availability? Of these aspects which are the most significant and are deserving of the operator’s attention?
Offshore Wind Operations and Maintenance Forum will return for the 3rd year, bringing together decision makers, researchers and industry experts to discuss the strategical insights and technological practices in Offshore Wind power O&M phase.
This exclusive 2-day and small-scale meeting showcases the best strategies and methodologies in Offshore Wind operation and maintenance, from discussing assessment and management approaches to costs and operational risk. With the help of in-depth panel discussions, practical case studies, interactive sessions and workshops senior executives, experts and business professionals will dive into cutting-edge solutions for the Offshore Wind industry issues.