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The UK government has a target to deliver 40GW of installed offshore wind capacity by 2030  – increased from a previous pledge of 30GW by the same date. It’s a bold – but challenging – ambition.

In the UK, there are currently 39 operational offshore wind farms capable of producing 11.8GW of electricity. So, how can we make the significant leap to meet the 40GW target?

What do the wind, environmental and regulatory sectors need to do to make this goal a reality? And how can we come together to plan the best route to success?

That is exactly what we’re discussing at a virtual roundtable discussion, hosted by ENDS Report and Windpower Monthly, and streamed live to our audiences.

Join this important conversation and help to shape the future of offshore.

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    Jamie Carpenter Editor, ENDS Report
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    Olivia Thomas Head of Marine Planning, The Crown Estate
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    Barnaby Wharton ‎Director, Future Electricity Systems, RenewableUK
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    Dr. Nick White Principal Advisor, Net gain, Natural England
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    Andrew Cook Executive Director, Environment, Pegasus Group
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    Chris Towner Partner, Womble Bond Dickinson
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    Siobhan Browne Strategic Renewables Unit Manager, Marine Management Organisation
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    Sandra Leece Director of legal and company secretary, Vattenfall
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Around 34,000 wind turbines in Europe are now 15 years or older. The operational lifetime of an onshore wind turbine is 20 to 25 years. This webinar, in partnership with Sulzer, discusses technical remedies and strategies aimed at squeezing the best performance and lifetime from an ageing fleet…

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    Richard Emery Head of Technical Services, Sulzer
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    David Simpson Business Development Manager, Sulzer
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    Sara Ver-Bruggen Host, Windpower Monthly
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The wind-energy sector is maturing - even in the most difficult of times - and there is much to be excited about. Players within the industry have demonstrated strength, resilience and forward-thinking over the past 12 months and managed to not only operate but to innovate, despite unprecedented challenges.

The 2020 Windpower Monthly products of the year awards celebrate these achievements, but they also aim to inspire and fuel further growth and excellence. That’s why we’re hosting a virtual roundtable in partnership with award winners Enercon and ZF Wind Power, to discuss future progress with the top turbine category winners. 


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    Jörg Scholle CTO, ENERCON
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    Dr Martin Knops Chief Technology Officer, ZF Wind Power
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    Eize de Vries Technology and Market Trends Consultant, Windpower Monthly (host)
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In the past, turbine inspection crews have relied on various tools to get a closer look at blades: binoculars, ropes, high-definition ground cameras. But these approaches have limitations in terms of accuracy, safety and then there’s expensive downtime. Today, automated visual inspection technologies have replaced these methods.

Join this Windpower Monthly session – produced in partnership with Sulzer & Schmid – as we look at how the latest inspection technology will change how you manage data.

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    Tom Sulzer Co-founder of Sulzer Schmid, Sulzer Schmid
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    Axel Dombrowski Director Innovation & Digitalisation, DNV GL
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    Nicolas Quievy Wind Onshore Technology Manager, ENGIE
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    Lisandro Puglisi Robotic Lead Engineer, EDPR
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    Alex Bell Portfolio Manager - Energy & Environment, Windpower Monthly (host)
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Collecting data has become a major step to improved business and work efficiency, but analysing and optimising data is still the turning point for most companies. In this webinar, find out how Castrol's oil condition-monitoring service, and working with ONYX InSight, provides real-time condition-based oil and machine health monitoring to maximise turbines’ asset life. 

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    Charudatta Joshi Global Offer Manager, Castrol Lubricants
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    John Coultate Head of Product Development, ONYX InSight
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    Shaun Campbell Editor, Windpower Monthly (host)