On demand Sessions

7-8 October 2020 

Floating offshore is one of the most vibrant new technologies in the sector, and we received an overwhelming response to our call for papers. To share this expertise and promote the innovations and new approaches from our members, expert speakers and the wider group of companies working in the field, we have created an ‘on demand’ programme which all our delegates can access at any point during the event – and for 30 days after. Please browse below to check out the topics and speakers of our on demand programme.

These sessions will be available on demand to watch at your leisure throughout the FOW20 event and stay online up to 30 days post event. 

Consenting Floating Offshore Wind in the UK

Robin Hutchison, CMS

Laying the Foundations for Floating Wind – A Proportionate and Risk-Based Consenting Framework  

Gordon McCreath and Gary McGovern, Pinsent Masons LLP

Port Infrastructure for Floating Wind Development

Roberts Proskovics, ORE Catapult

Operating on a shoestring - post CfD operations modelling


The Energy Transition Alliance – Enabling the energy transition through collaborative technology innovation

Jason Paterson, The Oil & Gas Technology Centre

Floating wind in the Celtic Sea

Christoph Harwood, Simply Blue Energy

Floating Offshore Wind 2020

Tom Morley, Synaptec

Proven and cost effective cable protection systems for Floating Offshore Wind

 Greg Campbell-Smith

Lessons learned from Wind Float Atlantic project on light weight HMPE mooring systems implemented in Kincardine Offshore Windfarm

Rigo Bosman, DSM

Opportunities for Floating Offshore Wind and Aquaculture in Scottish Waters

John Walker, ORE Catapult

Development of Self-Installing Deepwater Spar for floating Sub-stations

Ashit Jadav, Arup

Dynamic export cable rating to reduce the cost of floating offshore wind energy

Dr Martin Hird, ITPEnergised

Mooring & anchoring technology: a journey to cost reduction for mass deployment | Floating Wind

Clement Mochet, Vryhof

Condition Monitoring of Floating Wind Turbine Moorings

Stuart Killbourn, Fugro

The Benefits of Adopting a Mooring Lifecycle Approach for Floating Wind Turbines

Luigi Napolitano, First Marine Solutions

Installation, O&M and marine management improvements in floating wind

Giovanni Rinaldi, University of Exeter

Global Floating Markets

Dr Kate Freeman, BVG Associates

Development and demonstration of two innovative spring mooring components for load reduction

Lars Johanning, University of Exeter

Optimisation of Floating Wind Support Structures for Cost-Reduction and Preparation for Innovations in Wind Turbine Technology

Mareike Leimeister, Fraunhofer Institute for Wind Energy Systems IWES

A Locally Manufactured, Low-Cost, Innovative Anchor: 3D-printed Concrete Suction Anchor (3DSA)

Rick Damiani, The Floating Wind Company