E.ON, Engie, London Array, EDF Energy, Siemens Gamesa, Vestas and others meet to discuss progress in Onshore and Offshore Wind Engineering

published on 27/03/2018

Wind power in the UK set a new record last week by generating 14 gigawatts for the first time – nearly 37 per cent of the country’s electricity*. Now is the time to hear insights from operators, OEMS and solution providers at the Onshore and Offshore Wind Engineering 2018 conference, taking place on 23-24 May at Old Trafford in Manchester, UK. Explore technical developments that will help you lower costs, reduce maintenance downtime and optimise assets for life extension.

Attend this conference to:

  • Hear from leaders in the wind energy market including E.ON Climate and Renewables, Engie, London Array, EDF Energy, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy and Vestas Technology UK Ltd
  • Reduce risk in your operations and maintenance offshore by hearing case studies from successful projects carried out
  • Discover the latest innovations in turbine and blade design to reduce your LCOE from pioneering organisations in the field
  • Hear directly from the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) Working Group about the changes to the wind sector IEC standards to ensure you are up-to-date
  • Network with key players in the wind industry from operations and maintenance, design and asset engineers from operators, OEMS and solution providers

Key speakers include:

  • Steve Hillier, Asset Risk and Governance Team Leader, E.ON Climate and Renewables (EC&R)
  • Andrea Attorni, Lead Engineer, Vestas Technology UK Ltd
  • Jamie Dempster, Operations and Maintenance Manager, Engie
  • Alexios Koltsidopoulos Papatzimos, Offshore Wind Research Engineer, EDF Energy R&D UK Centre
  • Allan Crockett, Senior Engineer, SSE
  • Graham Daws, Head of Operations and Asset Management, London Array

To view the full speaker line-up and two-day conference programme,visit

www.imeche.org/windengineering