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Keeping pace with offshore wind is not only on top of the list for the supply chain that delivers its products and services to the fast-growing industry, but also for the sector in its entirety in terms of people working in it and the need for (more) offshore wind professionals.
TenneT’s offshore grid connection systems connect a total capacity of 5,332MW of offshore wind energy to land and have thus met more than 82% of the Federal Government’s expansion target that envisages 6,500MW of offshore wind by 2020.
WindEurope and Swiss Re Corporate Solutions have published a report called The value of hedging, which introduces hedging as an instrument to cover the resource risk of variable wind generation, or ‘volume risk’, as wind power projects are getting more exposed to market risks with the transition to auctions allocating renewable energy support.
Delaware’s Offshore Wind Working Group is hosting two public workshops to gather input on the potential of offshore wind energy and the ways that it might benefit this U.S. state.
A consortium of five UK universities, working with 31 industrial and innovation partners, will deploy up to GBP 36 million of support to advance robotics and Artificial Intelligence technologies for the inspection, repair, maintenance and certification of offshore energy platforms and assets.
Offshore WIND Conference is proud to announce a first for the event: the final speaker of the conference will be two distinguished guests from the European Space Agency.