What to expect
- A clear, independent and business-focused introduction
- Language designed for non-engineers; particularly senior, commercial executives, investors, policymakers and other project stakeholders
- Content developed by two complementary experts to review both internal and external project risk factors
- A time-effective two-day programme (can be extended)
- A highly interactive, conversational delivery style
Key Questions Addressed include:
- What are the key drivers of risk and financial return in offshore wind projects?
- Which policy and market trends are essential to consider in forward planning?
- How will key emerging technologies, including floating and giant turbines, impact projects?
- Which are the key delivery risks at various stages in a project’s life?
- What is the “Rochdale Envelope” and why is it essential to future-proof project planning?
- How are project delivery risks and external market environment risks interdependent?
Who Should Attend?
This course is ideal if you are from…
- The investment community
- A policymaking, permitting or planning organisation
- The offshore wind supply chain
- An offshore energy project developer
- Another key stakeholder organisation (e.g. NGO)