There is a growing consensus that the use of offshore wind energy in power generation can offer long-term benefits including those relating to the environment, the economics of power generation, societal benefits, and sustainability objectives. However, to achieve these goals, work that can economize the lifetime cost of offshore wind turbines (OWT) is much needed. Operation and Maintenance (O&M) incur recurring high costs during the 20 to 25-year lifetime of OWT and need economization. In this seminar, we will explore the unique requirements of OWT from maintenance perspective and look at the need for technologies and tools that can assist maintain and manage these turbines of significant importance. More specifically, the seminar will look at avenues where non-proprietary technology and tools can assist in lowering the lifetime cost of OWT.
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