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All Energy 2016

The All Energy event represents both the traditional sectors of renewables, in addition to sustainability, community energy, energy for farming, grid, facilities management and more.

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    Glasgow, UK

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    Scottish Exhibition Conference Centre (SECC), Glasgow

  • Quando:
    04 May - 05 May 2016
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Proud to support
DNV GL are proud to be supporting All Energy 2016. We will be located on stand M07 during the event.

Presenting expertise
Experts from DNV GL will showcase operational expertise during this workshop. Observe how our experience spans the entire operational lifecycle and how our management helps maximize energy production, minimize downtime and reduce operating and maintenance costs.

Session chair: Marte Riiber de Picciotto, Head of Renewables Advisory, Nordic and Baltic Region, DNV GL – Energy
Date/time: Thursday 5 May 2016, 09:45-13:30
Session: Offshore Wind 4 - Floating wind turbines
Location: Offshore Wind Theatre (Exhibition Floor)

Presenter: Magnus Ebbesen, Senior Consultant, DNV GL – Energy
Presentation: Japan: Steps towards market maturity and cost reduction
Date/time: Thursday 5 May 2016, 09:45-13:30
Session: Offshore Wind 4 - Floating wind turbines
Location: Offshore Wind Theatre (Exhibition Floor)

Presenter: Alexandra de Marichalar, Consultant, DNV GL – Energy
Presentation: The verification path
Date/time: Thursday 5 May 2016, 09:45-13:30
Session: Offshore Wind 4 - Floating wind turbines
Location: Offshore Wind Theatre (Exhibition Floor)
Abstract: The offshore wind industry is experiencing a significant boom of innovation, thanks to the development of new technologies. Innovation and risk is however closely linked and for the success of the industry, those risks must be mitigated. The verification of technologies by a third party, drives down the technologies’ s risk and ensures that the latest knowledge is applied by the utilization of the appropriate standards. The verification path shows how the involvement of a third party adds value and decreases risk at any stage of ta project, from a conceptual design up to the operation phase of a project.

Presenter: Claudio Bittencourt, Business Development Director, Renewables Certification, DNV GL – Energy
Date/time: Wednesday 4 May, 11:40
Presentation: Managing technical risk – the new DNV GL tidal turbine standard
Location: Wave and Tidal presentation theatre
Abstract: (below)

Presenter: Benson Waldron, Head of Section – Wave and Tidal Renewables Certification, DNV GL – Energy
Date/time: Thursday 5 May, 13:20
Presentation: Managing technical risk – the new DNV GL tidal turbine standard
Location: Wave and Tidal presentation theatre
Abstract:

DNV GL with input and endorsement from leading industry stakeholders has developed a new technical standard specifically for tidal turbines. This new Standard is calibrated for the unique conditions and risks of the tidal industry and provides clarity on requirements for turbine developers and the supply chain to ensure successful development and deployment of tidal turbines.

Standards are a key element to demonstrate control of technical risk, but tidal power is a new industry lacking the operational experience existing in other industries such as wind. With this lack of experience creating a technical standard would not have been possible only a few years earlier. However due to the close collaboration that started as part of the ETI funded ReDAPT project and continued with industry following ReDAPTs conclusion a lot has been achieved in a short amount of time. The published standard covers all elements of tidal turbine design, manufacturing and testing. There has also been an innovative element introduced to this standard in the integration of a risk based approach. Having a risk based approach within the tidal turbine standard is necessary to continue to allow the innovation that will be required for the industry to reduce costs and improve performance while still ensuring that safety and risk of failure is addressed in a transparent and robust process.

The new DNV GL standard for Tidal Turbines is already being used for the certification of the next generation of tidal turbines, and will a cornerstone of tidal development as the industry progresses into full certification. This paper covers the development, technical content and application of the new standard.

Pre-book meetings
To pre-book a meeting or for any further information, please contact contact.energy@dnvgl.com.