Making the wind energy supply chain more sustainable, efficient and resilient
Supply chain, logistics and O&M on land and at sea
When: Tuesday, 28 November 2017, 16:30 - 17:45
This session will open the 'supply chain, logistics and O&M' stream of sessions by providing an update on the state of the wind supply chain, with a specific look at the position of SMEs and then explore possible ways of improving the way the supply chain operates both in terms of efficiency and sustainability.
- How can OEMs and SMEs cooperate better to achieve the common goal of lower cost of energy?
- What will determine the success or failure of an SME supplier in the future
- The future strategy of an SME: Acquisition, merger, specialisation, organic growth – or all of the above?
CEO, Danish Wind Turbine Owners Association
Trends in the wind energy supply chain
Senior Consultant , MAKE Consulting
A suppliers’ perspective on the wind supply chain
COO , Prysmian PowerLink
Benefits of a lean supply chain: insights from the LeanWind project
LEANWIND Coordinator, LeanWind Project
A joint wind industry approach to supply chain sustainability: How can OEMs help players in the supply chain to be more sustainable (while simplifying procedures)?
Vice President QSE, Sourcing / Leader, Vestas Wind Systems / WindEurope Task Force on Supply Chain Sustainability