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All Energy 2017

The All Energy event represents both the traditional sectors of renewables, in addition to sustainability, community energy, energy for farming, grid, facilities management and more.

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Event Information

  • Where:

    Glasgow, UK

  • Venue:

    Scottish Exhibition Conference Centre (SECC), Glasgow

  • When:
    10 May - 11 May 2017
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  • Website: http://www.all-energy.co.uk/

Proud to support
DNV GL are proud to be supporting All Energy 2017. We will be located on stand J62 during the event.

Presenting expertise
Experts from DNV GL will showcase offshore wind and tidal expertise during the conference.

Session chair:Johan Slãtte, Senior Consultant, DNV GL 
Date/time: Thursday 11 May 2017, 11:00-12:30 
Session:Offshore wind 4: Floating wind
Location:Lomond Auditorium


Presenter:Anne Lene Hopstad, Principal Engineer, DNV GL 
Presentation:Revision of DNV GL standard for floating wind turbine structures
Date/time:Thursday 11 May 2017, 11:00-12:30 
Session:Offshore wind 4: Floating wind 
Location:Lomond Auditorium 
Abstract:TBC


Presenter:Claudio Bittencourt, Business Development Director, DNV GL 
Presentation:Tidal turbine reliability: The importance of accurate predictions 
Date/time:Thursday 11 May, 15:00-16:30 
Session:Marine Renewables 6: Returning to Tidal Power
Location:Carron 
Abstract:Accurately quantifying and assessing the reliability of tidal turbines is critical for the successful commercialisation of the industry. Without improvements in reliability and hence reductions in operation & maintenance (O&M) costs, the industry will struggle to reach competitive Levelised Cost of Energy (LCoE). This paper discusses the development and potential uses of an innovative simulation tool to improve on current methods for predicting reliability.


Pre-book meetings
To pre-book a meeting or for any further information, please contact contact.energy@dnvgl.com.