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19-09-2024 (Live Online Training)

P24GR61SGV Floating Wind & Hydrogen Masterclass
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Floating Wind & Hydrogen Masterclass

Explore the remarkable surge in wind power, particularly offshore wind, and the crucial role that wind energy, in its various forms, along with hydrogen, is set to play worldwide.

Live Online Training | 2-Part series | Over 2 days
19 – 20 September 2024 | 1pm – 4pm (SGT)

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Key Learning Outcomes & Case Studies Include

  • In-depth exploration of fundamental aspects of seabed characteristics, availability of supply chain and infrastructure
  • Case studies, including Projects PosHYdon and DolPHyn
  • Business opportunities
  • Supply chain engagement and regeneration options around the coast and beyond
  • Innovations helping bring down the LCOE and look at future leasing rounds for the alternatives available
  • Business strategies for effective positioning in a decarbonized industry

About the Course

This course provides participants with a clear understanding of the key issues around Wind and Hydrogen and further investigates possible scenarios and its pivotal role in decarbonisation and reaching net zero. Participants will be equipped with the necessary insight and skills to face future challenges in the wind, offshore wind and hydrogen industries and to put in place effective strategies for quantum growth in the interconnected industries as they move from a regional to global decarbonisation solution.

Join this course as we discover the dramatic growth of wind, especially offshore wind, and the pivotal role to be played across the globe by wind in all its forms and hydrogen. It consequently explores in-depth fundamental aspects of seabed characteristics, availability of supply chain, infrastructure, hybrid project design effects and integration of electrolysers on or offshore.

Who Will Benefit

  • Companies and organisations seeking to enter the wind and hydrogen energy arena with its myriad opportunities in a market valued, in one scenario, by the Bank of America at 11 trillion dollars.
  • Existing energy companies particularly those who are already part of the oil and gas supply chain and those looking to future-proof their capabilities.
  • Particularly relevant to engineering companies, those involved in storage compression equipment and shipping

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Live Online Training 2024$1895

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Testimonials

Compliments to Charley for very interesting presentations in the H2  classes. Content spot on and also the delivery entertaining and a pleasure
to listen to.

Thank you so much for the hero’s session on Wind to Hydrogen, Charley. I enjoyed the stories and the content you delivered.

What a great job you did during your presentation! You kept virtually every member of the audience hanging on your every word. That was absolutely awe-inspiring. I wholeheartedly appreciate all your efforts.

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trainer

Charley Rattan

Ammonia, Hydrogen and Offshore Renewables Business Advisor and Trainer

Agenda

MODULE ONE

Market Overview & Analysis of Floating Offshore Wind

  •  Identifying drivers of demand for floating offshore windfarms and projects and barriers to growth
  • Emerging trends and market projections
  • Floating Offshore Wind Technologies & Innovation
  • Why floating offshore wind?
  • Integration of Floating Offshore Wind into the overall wind industry
  • Costs & Risks Associated with Floating Offshore Wind
  • Case studies, Existing & Upcoming Projects

 

MODULE TWO

Engineering Design, Concepts & Key Characteristics of Floating Offshore Wind Farms

  • Key Components of Floating Offshore Wind Farms
  • Floating Offshore Wind Farms vs Fixed Offshore Wind Farms
  • Key Elements of the Grid
  • Various options for turbine foundations
  • Integration of Other Clean Energy Technologies into Floating Offshore Wind
  • Key Concepts of Floating Wind Turbines
  • Analysis Methods for Floating Wind Turbines
  • Substructure concepts and design challenges
  • Marine & Offshore Environments Suitable for Floating Offshore Wind Farms

 

MODULE THREE

Subsea Cables for Floating Offshore Wind

  • Subsea Cable design considerations
  • Subsea Cable components & parameters
  • Array versus export cable
  • Overcoming Challenges in Subsea Cable Installation & Maintenance
  • Quality Control, Assurance & Reliability for Subsea Cables
  • Complying with the Standards of Subsea Cables
  • Minimizing Failure rate for Subsea Cables in order to deliver optimum performance

 

MODULE FOUR

Floating Substructure Technology

  • Floating wind applicability in relation to substructure technology
  • Main floaters concepts
  • Spar vs semi-submersible/barge vs Tension Leg Platform
  • Concrete versus steel for Substructures
  • Evaluating the various concepts for substructure technology

 

MODULE FIVE

Mooring and Anchoring

  • Mooring concept types
  • Anchor types for Mooring
  • Mooring line types – materials
  • Appendages for Mooring
  • Concept selection for mooring
  • Overcoming Challenges and environmental considerations
  • Mooring technology
  • Mooring risk & Integrity Management
  • Mooring System Analysis for Floating Wind Turbines

 

MODULE SIX

Design Process & Methodologies

  • Design method and process considerations
  • Design Requirements for Floating Wind Turbines
  • Ocean Wave Analysis Applied to Floating Wind Turbines
  • Wave and Current Loadings for Floating Wind Turbines
  • Hydrodynamic Design Aspects of Floating Wind Turbine Platforms
  • Control system
  • Coupled load analysis
  • Model testing
  • Ensuring Stability of Floating Wind Structures through design
  • Topside & substructure concepts and technical comparisons
  • Design & Engineering of Offshore Substations

 

MODULE SEVEN

Project Development, Feasibility Assessment & Operations of Floating Offshore Wind Farms

  • Evaluating the End-to-End Process of the Planning, Construction and Operations of Floating Offshore Wind Farms
  • Managing timelines and ensuring project delivery within schedule
  • Resource and Site Feasibility Assessment
  • Mitigating Site condition impact on processes such as grid planning, project  scale and component choices
  • Key stakeholder management & management
  • Mitigating risks and uncertainty within the planning process
  • Performance Management for Floating Offshore Wind
  • O&M Requirements, Innovation & Best Practices for Floating Offshore Wind Project
  • Evaluating Key Differences between floating wind & fixed wind farm operations

 

MODULE EIGHT

Installation, Supply Chain, Fabrication & Certification

  •  Installation Methodologies
  • Managing harsh conditions during the installation process to ensure successful operations
  • Foundation, Turbine and Cabling Installation for Floating Offshore Wind Farms
  • Planning your supply chain management & fabrication process
  • Understanding the rationale behind certification
  • Certification levels and modules
  • Concept, prototype, and project certification

 

MODULE NINE

Floating Offshore Wind Project Business Case, Business Models and Economics

  • Market Outlook and Investment Factors/Variables
  • Competitive mapping and quantifying trends of floating offshore wind
  • Cost structures, economic feasibility, financing sources and how to ensure return on investment
  • Project Risk management for Floating Offshore Wind
  • Emerging Technologies and their impact on floating offshore wind busines case
  • Major offshore wind market players and geographies
  • Policy, Socioeconomic drives and  Regulatory frameworks to foster growth
  • Feasible & Economically Viable Floating Offshore Wind Project Business  Models
  • Floating Offshore wind project checklist – From business planning to practical delivery

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19 - 20 Sep 2024

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