To support the development of the offshore wind energy sector, the NEXUS partners developed a novel windfarm service vessel concept that delivers:
• more efficient wind farm operation and maintenance;
• lower CO2 emissions; and
• improved safety for the crew and industrial personnel.
The workshop will confer particular attention on the holistic modelling approach developed by the project to inform decisions decisions about the vessel design.
Registration is free and required. Participants will receive instructions to join the webinar two days before the event. To register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/146926644549
10-10h15. Context: why do offshore windfarm service and maintenance operations need improvement? - Kongsberg Maritime, ARTTIC
10h15-10h30. Project objectives and development of requirements - University of Strathclyde Maritime Safety Research Centre, DNV
10h30-11h10. Achieving project objectives using a holistic modelling framework (inc. Q&A session) - University of Strathclyde Business School, Kongsberg Maritime
11h10-11h35. Research findings with respect to the baseline design SOV and its design manufacturability (inc. Q&A session) - Kongsberg Maritime, Global Marine, DNV, SINTEF Ocean, GONDAN Shipbuilders.
Coffee break (10 minutes)
11h45-12h10. Business case and scenario planning – what could or should the future look like? (inc. Q&A) - University of Strathclyde Business School, Global Marine, Kongsberg Maritime.
12h10-12h30. Panel discussion with representative from industry and research.
renewables, renewable energy, wind energy, offshore wind, blue econoly, offshore wind energy, offshore renewable