Smart Asset Management in a Mature Market
Lift your Onshore Wind Farm Operational and Financial Performance
- Learn how owners are rethinking asset management
- Manage wind farms as turbines come out of warranty
- Find new technologies to maximize market opportunity
|09.00-09.30||Registration and Exhibition Opening|
A1: Opening Session
In this opening session, RenewableUK Chief Executive, Hugh McNeal, will open the day. You will also hear from industry leaders debating about the rapid changes the sector is going through as it reaches maturity. New technologies, from storage to digitalisation, are falling in cost and changing the way we think about and manage onshore assets.
Hugh McNeal, Chief Executive, RenewableUK
|10.30-11.15||Coffee, exhibition & networking|
A2: Operations and Management: Reducing Costs Through Digitisation
Our ability to manage and monitor data is increasing exponentially. This enables onshore asset managers to gain better insights in to the performance of their turbines, and maximise the revenue flows. In this session we will explore how asset managers are looking to new opportunities data management offers and can support the delivery of services to the Grid.
Elizaveta Bazarova, Senior Associate, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP
|12.30-14.00||Lunch, exhibition & networking|
A3: Operations and Management: To Repower or Recertify?
As an asset comes to the end of its certified life owners will have to decide whether it is best to recertify, replace and repower, or decommission. Here we will explore what issues need to be considered and what are the practical steps that need to be taken?
Chair: Richard Furniss, UK & Ireland Managing Director, Nordex UK Ltd
|15.15-16.00||Coffee, exhibition & networking|
A4: Storage: Overcoming Regulatory Barriers
Chair: Joe Dunn, Grid & Regulation Manager, ScottishPower Renewables