Offshore Wind Conference 2016
A promising future awaits the offshore wind industry as long as we can tap the potential opportunities amongst the challenges that lie ahead. The agreements made during COP21 in 2015 provide support and encouragement to reach the hard targets ahead of these future projects. The Offshore WIND Conference, on 24 and 25 October 2016, will focus on business opportunities and successes in this renewable energy industry and how, together, we can reach potential.
- Event Type:
- Oct. 24-25, 2016
- Amsterdam , Netherlands
Offshore WIND Conference 2016 program spanning the whole supply chain
Reaching potential in all phases of the offshore wind farm development
Calling the shots
Kick off by the chairman. Then moving on to the experiences of two leading players in this industry. DONG Energy and Siemens – both at the top of their league.
Planning and pre construction
This is a global industry, what is happening elsewhere? Global opportunities are possible.A panel discussion with a mix of company and policy makers, each panel member to make a short introduction followed by the panel discussion.
Construction and installation
From a developer’s perspective. Building on the experiences of others. How can we organise the supply chain to allow free access to future opportunities. Prequalification tips and advice. Who, what, where and when?
Full operation and maintenance
Supply chain in detail
Which opportunities are there? The offshore wind players – developers, wind turbine manufacturers and members of the supply chain, including steel and concrete foundation suppliers and installers, can they deliver? What will companies need?
Forecast. Short and long term potential
Wrap up with panel discussion by industry players. Panel debating several statements, including: What will the supply chain look like after 2020?