Sessions | WindEurope Electric City 2021


Offshore O&M

Offshore wind Technical and Scientific Programme

When: Thursday, 25 November 2021, 9:00 - 10:30
Where: Auditorium A12

Session description

The wind industry services the current fleet of offshore wind of over 5,000 turbines. Operation and maintenance (O&M) represent today about 30% of the life cycle cost of an offshore wind farm. In 2030 there could be over 200 wind farms requiring O&M services, equivalent to more than 12,000 turbines across Europe. This session will present how we improve existing O&M techniques based on insights from our operational wind farms and with tools for real-time data monitoring.

Session chair

Dorothy Winters

Regional Programme Manager Offshore Renewables , Port of Amsterdam


Offshore OPEX Benchmark Across Operational Wind Farms - An Insight into Operational Expenditures and Industry KPIs

Alexander Stegelmann

Senior Consultant, PEAK Wind

Service Train & Pit Stop Service

Christian Leffringhausen

Product Manager Offshore Service Train & Pit Stop Service, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy

Failure modes on the hydraulic pitch subsystem of an offshore wind turbine

Zuriñe Varela

Data Analyst, xabet

Comparison of novel SCADA Data Cleaning Technique for Wind Turbine Electric Pitch System

Conor McKinnon

PhD Researcher, University of Strathclyde

Real-data Insights into O&M Jack-up Interventions in European Operational Offshore Wind Farms

Lars Conradsen

Founding Partner, PEAK Wind

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