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We have power; but it’s 8 miles offshore and spread over 116 turbines!

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This talk outlines the construction challenges of the Rampion wind farm.

Date and Time

16 May 2018 - 18:30-21:00

Location

Brighton, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the UK - SE:Sussex local network.


About this event

The Rampion Wind Farm, visible from the coast around Worthing, is being commissioned and will soon be supplying power to the National Grid. The Operations Manager for Rampion will outline the scope and construction of the wind farm and then some of his colleagues will explain how they manage the risk and integrity of the wind farm so as to provide power into the grid.

Speaker

Speaker from Rampion Offshore Wind, E.ON UK plc

Programme

18:30 - Refreshments
19:00 - Presentation starts
21:00 - Presentation ends

Reasons to attend

  • Network with your peers
  • Increase your understanding
  • Contribute to the discussion

Continuing Professional Development

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This event can contribute towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme.

Cost

Free of charge.

Additional information

This event has been organised by the IET Sussex Network.

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