Floating Turbines & Foundations
Start Date:10 Nov 11
Floating wind turbines are considered by many to be the next step in development of offshore wind energy after the present generation of shallow water fixed turbines. Advocates claim that floating structures will allow effective wind energy generation in deeper areas with more wind and more space. However, selecting the most economical platforms with minimal motion and correct design is a considerable technical challenge.
This half-day briefing will provide you with up-to-the-minute information on the developments in this area and debate the questions the industry is going to have to ask to figure out the future of these innovative structures.
The briefing will be held in Bremen, in Germany. For further information, please send an enquiry.
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