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Offshore wind energy

A one day course for industry professionals who wish to acquire a comprehensive overview of the subject and have the latest technology and issues clearly explained. Offshore wind resource, wind turbine and support structure technology, electrical issues and administrative processes are covered.

Operations planning (O2M)

Training Information

  • Duration:

    1 day

  • Date:

    26 October 2016

  • Prerequisite:

    DNV GL assumes that attendees will have a technical background, but no specific offshore wind engineering knowledge is required

Course planning

26 October 2016
Bristol, England
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SPECIAL OFFER: If you book before the 5 October, the price is: £550 (exc VAT)
If you book after the 5 October, the price is:                                    £650 (exc VAT)

Additional information
DNV GL has been involved in offshore wind energy since 1984 and has had a dedicated wind team since 2000. The Offshore department has grown steadily in size and experience encompassing most of the technical disciplines involved in offshore wind farms: wind turbine technology; wind farm layout design; wind and energy analysis; marine civils; electrical engineering; installation; and operation and maintenance (O&M).

The department’s experience extends to analyses in practically all oceans of the world. DNV GL’s offshore wind advisory services include substantial volumes of site finding work; FEED (Front End Engineering Design) studies; bankable energy yield analyses; full due diligence analysis; logistics optimization for installation and O&M strategies; and market analysis - all benefitting from powerful internal databases and suites of analysis tools.

DNV GL will bring to the course the knowledge and understanding gained through this unique exposure of developing offshore wind technology and delivering support services for project development.

Course outline:

  • Current industry status
  • Overview of the development process
  • Offshore wind resource and measurement
  • Energy yield and layout
  • Site conditions
  • Foundations
  • Installation logistics
  • Operation and maintenance
  • Q & A session
Who should attend?
Developers, lenders, network operators and regulators, turbine suppliers, Balance of Plant contractors and other professionals who wish to benefit from DNV GL’s technical and commercial knowledge of the field. DNV GL assumes that attendees will have a technical background, but no specific offshore wind engineering knowledge is required.