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.
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.
Floating Offshore Wind UK 2019 conference and exhibition is the UK’s dedicated floating offshore wind event and will be held in Europe's energy capital, Aberdeen. The event will look at the global opportunity, how developers, supply chain and more can capitalise, and where this exciting sector is heading next.
Organised by Subsea UK and RenewableUK, this conference tackles the big questions around subsea cables through information sharing and industry-led problem-solving in order to drive improvements and enable cross-industry collaboration.
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Guest presenters from industry will join the Carbon Trust, Scottish Enterprise and the Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult to share their insights on technical developments and existing challenges for Offshore Wind cables.
Join Forth & Tay Offshore for a business breakfast to learn more about the cluster and benefits of being a member. Hear first hand from businesses about how they got into the sector, challenges they faced and how they overcome them.
Highlands & Islands Enterprise and Scottish Enterprise are hosting two engagement events with GE Renewable Energy to help the company identify potential suppliers of products and services to their new Haliade-X 12MW offshore wind turbine.