Wind Energy - The Facts: Offshore
Monday 28 November 2011, Amsterdam
Building on the success of its 'Wind Energy - The Facts' publication, widely considered to be the most reliable reference published to date, EWEA preceded EWEA OFFSHORE 2011 with an introduction to wind energy, with a particular focus on offshore.
Presentations delivered at the pre-event seminar are available to pre-event seminar delegates (via access restricted link sent by) and EWEA members (on request: please email tr(at)ewea.org).
Session One: The basics: wind and wind turbines
Chair: Jacopo Moccia, Head of Policy Analysis Unit, EWEA
The evolution of the offshore wind energy industry:
Jacopo Moccia, Head of Policy Analysis Unit, EWEA
The fundamentals of offshore wind energy:
Jos Beurskens, Senior Scientist, ECN Wind Energy, The Netherlands
Introduction to offshore wind resources:
Hans Ejsing Jørgensen, Head of Meteorology Programme, Risø-DTU National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy, Denmark
Session Two: Offshore wind energy supply chain
Chair: Anne-Bénédicte Genachte, Regulatory Affairs Advisor – Offshore, EWEA
Turbines and substructures:
Athanasia Arapogianni, Research Officer, EWEA
Ports & vessels:
Erik ter Horst GL Garrad Hassan Nederland B.V.
Session Three: Broader Issues
Chair: Dorina Iuga, ‘Wind Energy – The Facts’ Project Manager, EWEA
Local environmental issues:
Angeliki Koulouri, Research Officer, EWEA
Colin Morgan, Regional Manager – UK, Ireland, Italy, Scandinavia, GL Garrad Hassan
Jérôme Guillet, Green Giraffe Energy Bankers, France
The 'Wind Energy – The Facts' publication is widely considered to be the most important wind energy reference in the world. It presents a detailed overview of the wind energy sector, with the most up-to-date and in-depth information on the essential issues concerning wind power today.
'Wind Energy - The Facts' (hardback, 488 pages, ISBN: 978184407710) was published in March 2009 and can be ordered from the publisher, Earthscan
EWEA members receive a 20% discount when ordering 'Wind Energy - The Facts' or any other publication by Earthscan.
The full contents of the book is downloadable free of charge in PDF format from www.wind-energy-the-facts.org
'Wind Energy - The Facts' is a European project financed by the Intelligent Energy - Europe programme of the Executive Agency for Competitiveness and Innovation. For more information see http://ec.europa.eu/energy/intelligent/
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