Offshore Wind Project Management

New Insight Seminar to start in may

Offshore Wind Project Management

Today’s blog is provided by the highly experienced Electrical Engineer Heiko Heinen who introduces the new Offshore Wind Project Management Insight Seminar set to begin from May. Insight Seminars are designed to provide international green technicians with otherwise hard-to-obtain knowledge and hard-won experience from vetted experts. You can register here.

During my work as a self-employed master electrician in the trade, I have always been involved with the technology of renewable energy. This gave me the opportunity to combine my professional experience with the new technology as a project engineer. About four years ago, when I started to place myself in this industrial sector, I noticed that an exciting symbiosis was developing between the free-market and the requirements of industry. As a result, completely new structures were formed that combine both areas and complement them in a goal-oriented way.

One of my goals is to help participants understand these structures and requirements in a way that answers the question: How can planning be combined with practical execution in the most effective manner? This question cannot be answered in a few words, but it does require a certain amount of skill and experience to unite the interests of the client, the planner and ultimately the executing company in order to successfully manage and complete a finished product. Because of this, in my seminar I will look at the following points: 

  • What are the typical requirements for new offshore wind turbines under construction
  • What are the engineering requirements for the maintenance of offshore wind turbines that are already in operation
  • What are the general requirements for staffing offshore. This includes health and safety aspects such as GWO, as well as matters related to costing.
  • I also look at how to build and take care of a network for potential clients

By exploring these points within the framework of German and European energy requirements and regulations, I hope to give the participant, and this may be an engineer or project manager, a robust and precise understanding of project planning and management in the offshore wind energy industry. My many years of experience are packed into these concentrated seminars to ensure are well versed to support future and current employers.  

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