Scottish Renewables Offshore Wind Conference

January 29, 2018 - January 30, 2018 Glasgow, Scotland

With over 5GW of installed capacity, the UK has more offshore wind than any other country in the world. 2017 has been a landmark year for Scotland’s offshore wind sector. Beatrice – one of the largest private infrastructure projects ever developed in Scotland – is under construction, while the world’s first floating wind farm, Statoil’s Hywind, is now a reality off the coast of Peterhead. With the publication of the Clean Growth Strategy, in particular, the renewed support for offshore wind deployment and innovation as well as the commitment to work with the industry on a Sector Deal, 2018 looks set to be another year of exciting and intense activity.  Visit the conference website here.

Dave Sweenie, Offshore Manager, Mainstream Renewable Power will participate in the session below:

Session Description:
Getting Steel in the Water – Project Updates

Get updates from projects building now in UK waters. Hear about developers’ experiences, the lessons they’ve learned, supply chain opportunities and their plans for the future.

Chair:
John Robertson, Senior Manager E&I, Crown Estate Scotland

Speakers:
Mark Timmons, Senior Manager – Supply Chain Strategy, ScottishPower Renewables
Steven Wilson, Project Manager, SSE – Beatrice Offshore Windfarm
Oscar Diaz, Project Director, EDP Renewables – Moray Offshore Windfarm
Adam Ezzamel, Project Director, Vattenfall – European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre (EOWDC)
Allan MacAskill, Director – MacAskill Associates, Kincardine Offshore Windfarm.