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Offshore wind O&M mission 18-20 February 2020 – Liverpool

We would like to invite you to participate in an offshore wind O&M focussed mission to Liverpool from 18-20 February.
This mission builds further on the earlier meeting between Belgian and UK O&M teams in Belgium. We are opening up the return visit to the UK, to interested owner/operator O&M teams from Denmark, Netherlands, Germany and France.

Program

Tuesday 18 February 2020

Afternoon

Overseas participants arriving in Liverpool

Evening

Informal dinner with the overseas participants in Liverpool

Wednesday 19 February 2020

Morning

Joint O&M Forum meeting (Closed group)

This activity is only open to the overseas and UK owner/operator O&M teams.
The purpose of this meeting is to have an open exchange on common challenges in operating offshore wind projects, share best practises, evaluate innovative approaches and how to adapt O&M strategies for the future projects.

Afternoon

Seminar on innovation in offshore wind O&M (By invitation only)

  • UK and overseas innovation clusters will share their current areas of focus, case studies and views on future developments and international collaboration.
  • A selection of service providers and product developers will pitch their latest innovations
  • Interactive session between O&M teams and supply chain industry.
  • Followed by networking opportunity (hosted by Northern Powerhouse)

Thursday 20 February 2020

Morning

Site visits (Overseas participants only)

  • Innogy have kindly agreed to host a visit to the Gwynt y Môr operations centre and insight in their O&M approach.
  • A second visit in the Liverpool-area is still under development

Afternoon

Overseas delegates depart

Practical information

  • Overseas delegates would need to cover the cost for flights and accommodation in Liverpool. All local activities in the program are free of charge.
  • Transport for site visits and meals are covered by the organisers
  • If you have no direct flights to Liverpool, we would advise to fly on Manchester. Travel time from Manchester to Liverpool is 30’-45’ by train.
  • The number of overseas participants is limited to 25 in total.
    To register your interest in participating, please contact Gert Wauters (gert.wauters@fco.gov.uk) before 20 December.