4th International Conference 66kV Offshore Wind Digital Data Integration and Management

Project requirements and technology developments for the implementation of 66kV arrays

(PresseBox) ( Bremen, )
14 – 16 November 2017 – IQPC is organizing the 4th International Conference 66kV Offshore Wind, taking place in Bremen, Germany. This international event with special focus on all aspects of 66kV Offshore Wind will give the opportunity to share experience with leading OEM and Tier1 companies from the wind industry.

Next to expert presentations, this conference focuses on networking sessions to exchange ideas, knowledge cafés to dive deeper into a preferred topic and three interactive workshops to help you face challenge, discover solutions, and make decisions to crucial business excellence.

Key topics include:
• Review testing procedures for higher voltage equipment to comply with certifications
• Identify key impacts on the offshore platform to reduce losses
• Assess the confidence of the market by exploring the expected demand of 66kV technologies
• Evaluate the technology and cost impacts on transformers, cables and switchgears, to ensure projects bankability
• Present research developments in HVDC for 66kV inter-array technology to boost wind farm performance

Presentations include:
• “66kV Cable arrays for offshore wind farms, future standard in the industry?”
Dr. Luigi Colla, Senior Power Systems Engineer
Prysmian Group, Italy

• “Substation and components changes”
Toon Houwen, Business Development Manager
CG Holdings, Belgium

• “Reactive power compensation for offshore wind farms”
Sivananda Ramagiri, Senior Engineer, Power Networks, Energy
Atkins Global, UK
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