HomePast EventsOptimising Wind Power Operation and Maintenance: Europe
       
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Location Blackfriars Street, Manchester
M3 2EQ
Date From: 3rd Sep, 2013
To: 4th Sep, 2013
Downloads O&M Europe Brochure
130725 OM Role of Health and Safety in O&M RM
 
       
Overview
Impacting on performance, productivity and profitability, turbine O&M is critical to the commercial success of wind farms. In 2012, research from BNEF revealed that O&M expenditure for onshore wind farms has decreased by 38% since 2008. In this increasingly competitive market, the range of contract options and tools available to asset owners is huge and complex.
 
Which strategy best fits your business model and risk appetite? What are your inhouse capabilities? What can you learn from the strategies adopted by other asset owners?
 
These and other key questions have been answered at Optimising Wind Power O&M: Europe conference organised by  . Over two days, a combination of case studies, expert addresses and lively panel debates explored and evaluated the risks and rewards of different O&M contracts and models for onshore and offshore wind farms, giving takeaway strategies delegates were able to put into practice on their return to the office.
 
Our MD, Rakesh Maharaj, discussed how to identify and manage performance influencing factors in a complex supply chain and multiple stakeholder environment to help achieve incident-free Operation and Maintenance and maximise asset availability. 

Titled "Clarifying the critical role of Health and Safety in Wind Power Operations and Maintenance" the session focused on:
  • Overview of the Legal Responsibilities to Multiple Stakeholders
  • Fallacy of Risk Transfer
  • Application to Joint Venture Initiatives
  • Understanding How These Apply to Complex Supply Chains
  • Adopting the Right OHS Philosophy and Methodology for O&M

Rakesh's presentation is available for download.
       
Overview
Impacting on performance, productivity and profitability, turbine O&M is critical to the commercial success of wind farms. In 2012, research from BNEF revealed that O&M expenditure for onshore wind farms has decreased by 38% since 2008. In this increasingly competitive market, the range of contract options and tools available to asset owners is huge and complex.
 
Which strategy best fits your business model and risk appetite? What are your inhouse capabilities? What can you learn from the strategies adopted by other asset owners?
 
These and other key questions have been answered at Optimising Wind Power O&M: Europe conference organised by  . Over two days, a combination of case studies, expert addresses and lively panel debates explored and evaluated the risks and rewards of different O&M contracts and models for onshore and offshore wind farms, giving takeaway strategies delegates were able to put into practice on their return to the office.
 
Our MD, Rakesh Maharaj, discussed how to identify and manage performance influencing factors in a complex supply chain and multiple stakeholder environment to help achieve incident-free Operation and Maintenance and maximise asset availability. 

Titled "Clarifying the critical role of Health and Safety in Wind Power Operations and Maintenance" the session focused on:
  • Overview of the Legal Responsibilities to Multiple Stakeholders
  • Fallacy of Risk Transfer
  • Application to Joint Venture Initiatives
  • Understanding How These Apply to Complex Supply Chains
  • Adopting the Right OHS Philosophy and Methodology for O&M

Rakesh's presentation is available for download.
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