Energy and Climate Academy

Introduction to Off Shore Wind Energy - US Version - 1 day

Date and time

Monday 11. March 2019 at 09:00 to Tuesday 12. March 2019 at 16:00

Registration deadline

Thursday 7. March 2019 at 09:00


Delaware University
University of Delaware Science, Technology and Advanced Research (STAR) Campus
Newark, DE-19702


Energy and Climate Academy
+45 0045 30237636

 See more at: Offshore Wind Skills Academy

Course Purpose

Providing the participants with knowledge to deal with the issues and special challenges in producing wind energy offshore.

Course Objectives
This course will give insight into the technologies involved in modern offshore wind power production and knowledge about how offshore production differs from onshore.
Part of the course will address the challenges in transporting the energy from offshore to the power grid.
There will also be a segment focusing on preparation, operation & maintenance, health & safety, environment and quality, all in relation to offshore energy production.

Who should attend?
Employees in energy organizations interested in learning more about offshore technology, knowledge about general wind energy production is an advantage but not a requirement.

Description of working sessions
The course takes place over 2 days. All sessions will be conducted in an open and positive dialogue with the participants.

The lecturers
The lecturers are all experienced and highly recognized for their knowledge and have worked internationally. See last pages for information about the faculty.

Event Location

Organizer Contact Information

Energy and Climate Academy
+45 0045 30237636