Registration is now open for Offshore Wind Scotland presents: Vessels. With the development of digital technology, an emphasis on environment and sustainability, and requirements of designing bigger and better wind turbines, vessels continue to evolve to overcome new challenges and opportunities which support the growing size of wind farms, wind turbines and support structures.
Drawing on the vast experience of innovative speakers from various sectors, they will share their learning and how it can be transferred to the challenges facing ocean energy and the engineering sector.
Registration is now open for Offshore Wind Scotland presents: Robotics. This event will provide insight on the impact of robotics and autonomous systems (RAS) to disrupt the offshore wind sector by delivering large cost reductions and safety improvements.
Businesses working in Scotland’s offshore wind supply chain are highlighted in a new report published today (Nov 20) to mark Offshore Wind Week (Nov 18-22).
The document showcases a snapshot of 17 companies which were active in offshore wind in 2018-19, the majority of which are home-grown SMEs.