Power and renewables

End-of-Life Issues & Strategies (EoLIS) Seminar 2020

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In order to fulfill Europe’s long-term decarbonization agenda, the share of wind energy in the energy mix needs to grow further, and this outgoing generation capacity will have to be replaced. A significant share of Europe’s wind turbine fleet will come to the end of its projected lifetime within the next 10 to 15 years.

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Experts from DNV GL will be presenting their insight on a number of hot topics at the forthcoming End-of-Life Issues & Strategies (EoLIS) Seminar 2020 workshop.

Please view the presenters and topics below.

Meet DNV GL's wind operations expert

Marina Martin-Tretton, Global Head of Practice, Inspections, DNV GL

Marina joined DNV GL in 2007 and currently serves as the Global Head of Practice for Inspection Services, as well as the Iberia & LatAm Group Lead for Wind Turbine Inspections in the Turbine Technology section. She has led inspection activities in thousands of wind turbines over the last decade, with extensive field and project management experience. She has transformed the way our teams work in the field to digitally gather data, and more recently, the development of WindInspector, a mobile app and desktop tool that aims to modernize the way we deliver the information to our customers, while maximizing process efficiencies. She has trained and developed DNV GL teams globally, and participated in numerous international projects at all stages of a wind farm.

Marina Martin-Tretton will be sharing her expertise during EoLIS 2020:

Date: Thursday 19 November
Time: 13:15-14:15
Session: Lifetime Extension and Health & Safety
Session overview: This session will address human safety when life-extending wind parks. This is critical to ensure a smooth running of operations facing turbines at their theoretical end-of-operations.
Presentation title: Taking a risk based approach to wind turbine inspections
Presentation overview: Why is it important? What are the health and safety implications? What recent case studies can illustrate an approach and findings?

Proud to support
Experts from DNV GL will be presenting their insight on a number of hot topics at the forthcoming End-of-Life Issues & Strategies (EoLIS) Seminar 2020 workshop.

Please view the presenters and topics below.

Meet DNV GL's wind operations expert

Marina Martin-Tretton, Global Head of Practice, Inspections, DNV GL

Marina joined DNV GL in 2007 and currently serves as the Global Head of Practice for Inspection Services, as well as the Iberia & LatAm Group Lead for Wind Turbine Inspections in the Turbine Technology section. She has led inspection activities in thousands of wind turbines over the last decade, with extensive field and project management experience. She has transformed the way our teams work in the field to digitally gather data, and more recently, the development of WindInspector, a mobile app and desktop tool that aims to modernize the way we deliver the information to our customers, while maximizing process efficiencies. She has trained and developed DNV GL teams globally, and participated in numerous international projects at all stages of a wind farm.

Marina Martin-Tretton will be sharing her expertise during EoLIS 2020:

Date: Thursday 19 November
Time: 13:15-14:15
Session: Lifetime Extension and Health & Safety
Session overview: This session will address human safety when life-extending wind parks. This is critical to ensure a smooth running of operations facing turbines at their theoretical end-of-operations.
Presentation title: Taking a risk based approach to wind turbine inspections
Presentation overview: Why is it important? What are the health and safety implications? What recent case studies can illustrate an approach and findings?