As the wind industry has grown into a viable commercial energy alternative, the focus has shifted towards risk, costs and timeline management in order to ensure that these projects are commercially sound. One of the key ways to cut costs and reduce risks is to streamline the supply chain – looking to innovative transport, logistics and heavy lift strategies.
Windpower Monthly’s Wind Heavy Lift, Transport and Logistics Forum on 16-17 October in London which focuses on the link between these factors, whilst still performing a safe lift. With the ever increasing size of WTG components, these issues have never been more important.
This event takes a critical look at the issues faced in the on- and offshore wind industry on separate days, and can be booked as either day specifically or both days. There will also be a workshop around quayside operations and port capabilities needed to support the growing on- and offshore wind sectors.
Packed full of useful practical and technical information, you will receive relevant, market-driven content to implement in your wind projects.
Key topics include:
- Assessment of Innovative Transport Strategies
- Single-Blade vs. Full Rotor Installation
- Overcoming Challenges of Road Access
- Minimising the Amount of Work Conducted Offshore
- Challenges of Blade Installation Offshore
- Port Capabilities and Quayside Operations
If you would like to put yourself forward as a speaker for the event please contact Keran Boyd on firstname.lastname@example.org.
To showcase logistics, transport or heavy lift services you offer please contact Raihan
Chowdhury on email@example.com or call +44 (0)20 8267 4337.