9th International Conference 2021

Offshore Wind Power Substations

Minimize losses, investment and costs with improved electrical design and improved installation

Offshore Wind Power Substations is a technical event for experts in the wind industry. The goal is to optimise design, construction and operation of offshore substations and converter platforms. By learning from project experience and exploring research and prototypes, we hope to improve designs, simplify construction and reduce costs for the future of offshore energy transmission.
It is now time to have a detailed look at lessons learnt and define the room for improvement for the offshore wind industry.

Why should you attend?

Learn how to optimize costs from use cases with HVDC and HVAC platforms and get updated on
standardization

Get an update about electrical design in view of 2GW platforms

 Get feedback from cable manufacturers about last year’s IEC standard and hear about developments
in AC & DC export cables adapting to 2 GW

Build a solid understanding of the EPCI scope on substations and discuss installation risks 

Stay up to date with the latest trends in the technology of components and electrical design 

Hear about the latest experience with floating technologies and their commercialization

Discover new technologies like hydrogen for future business cases

Speakers Include

By attending this valuable conference, you will:

Review

high voltage technology for both DC and AC substations

Discover

new electrical design concepts to improve reliability

Explore

topside fabrication procedures with a focus on cost-saving

Evaluate

innovative solutions for cost-efficient transport and installation of substations

Learn

from project experience with design, installation and O&M of transformer platforms