Green energy sector webinar series launches
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RenewableUK, the trade body for the wind, wave and tidal power industries in the UK, is launching a wide ranging series of free webinars covering many aspects of the green energy sector.
It begins this month with its Ports & Vessels 2021 webinar programme.
Supported by event partners Virginia Beach Economic Development, Clarksons Platou, Atkins, Port of Tyne and DEME Group and XOCEAN, this will consist of four sessions designed specifically for professionals in this field. Topics will include offshore wind opportunities in the US; future port requirements for offshore wind construction; vessel support for offshore wind operations; and port infrastructure and operations and maintenance support.
Free to RenewableUK members, the programme will run until July with details of how to register available at https://events.renewableuk.com/ports-vessels21
April will bring a webinar series on decarbonisation and collaboration in wind and aviation, supported by partners AIFCL, OWIC, Thales and Vattenfall.
Running until September, this brings together key aviation stakeholders, project developers, government, national/regional business clusters, health and safety experts, and professional associations, as well as radar, drone and UAS manufacturers and operators.
In addition to offering networking opportunities, the programme will discuss: helicopter operations; unmanned aerial systems (drones); lighting and marking; and surveillance and radar.
Register online at https://events.renewableuk.com/aviation21
May will see the start of RenewableUK's Future Systems 2021 series, which will run until July.
Supported by strategic partners ScottishPower Renewables and Burges Salmon LLP , sessions will be presented by industry experts and will offer a chance to interact and ask questions.
Among the subjects to be discussed will be the strategy for hydrogen, the flexibility of systems to optimise output, the 2030’s Power Park and the potential of hybrid sites, and the development of storage markets to support the journey to net zero.
Find out more at https://events.renewableuk.com/futuresystems21
Finally, Clean Energy Exchange 2021 will be the topic of webinars in June and July.
RenewableUK and Solar Energy UK have teamed up to present a virtual event series designed specifically to bring together buyers and sellers of clean energy to explore opportunities, learn how to remove barriers to procurement and establish robust cases for long-term investment in power purchase agreements.
Sessions will be supported by event partners EDF Renewables, ScottishPower, techUK and WaterUK, with industry sponsors including CMS, DLA Piper, Weightmans and Zeigo.
The first of these, on Wednesday June 2, will look at transport, while the public sector will be the topic for debate a month later on Thursday July 1.
Delegates will have the opportunity to influence UK decision-makers developing the regulatory frameworks for power procurement and consumption during exclusive interactive Q&A sessions, as well as gaining access to business intelligence reports and state-of-the-art technology insights.
As with the other webinars, the Clean Energy Exchange 2021 webinar series is available to all and free to members of RenewableUK or Solar Energy UK. Register at https://events.renewableuk.com/cleanenergyexchange21