The wind industry is increasingly relying on digitalisation to deliver significant savings from maintenance budgets. Naturally, this has driven accelerated development of technological tools to support wind farm owners and operators as they look to reduce the cost of producing wind energy.
With the Covid-19 pandemic continuing to cause disruption around the world, the need for global solutions is more pressing than ever. Wind energy has proved its resilience throughout 2020, and, even as the industry continues to overcome challenges caused by market conditions, new opportunities in digitalisation have come to the fore. You can read more about that in our Covid-19 report.
We are entering an exciting period for renewable energy – specifically in predictive maintenance, as the latest advances in machine learning combine with cutting edge engineering to produce ground-breaking opportunities for the wind industry. And we’re proud to be at the forefront of this digital revolution in wind.
Our symposium will celebrate these achievements and help draw together some of the best examples of the wind energy industry’s innovation and resilience.
The wind industry is innovative
From machine learning and managing aging assets, to advances in world-class engineering, we are proud to present a full slate of engineers and industry leaders throughout the three days of our Symposium. By bringing together the finest minds in wind to get to the bottom of the biggest challenges the sector faces – we can continue to transform today’s challenges into tomorrow’s opportunities.
The wind industry is resilient
Wind energy has been among the most adaptable forms of energy generation in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic, proving the industry’s durability. The sector is continuing to drive growth in clean energy, creating highly skilled jobs. And wind energy firms continue to shape the industry of the future, using state-of-the-art digital tools to build out a connected, active global fleet.
The 2020 Global Wind Turbine Technical Symposium kicks off virtually on 6th-8th October with exclusive insights from the largest renewable companies in the world. In order to understand a global perspective on current trends in the renewable space we will be hosting each day of the symposium in a different region of the world – including Europe, North America and Asia Pacific.
Senior industry figures from companies such as Ørsted, EDPR, bp Wind, Pattern Energy, SSE, UL, ZF Wind Power and more will discuss the latest developments and trends in wind energy – and how digitalisation is driving rapid change in the sector.
Join other passionate members of the renewable energy community to discuss trending topics on interactive chat functions and connect with peers both local and global.
To register and find out more about the sessions planned for the event, please click HERE >>