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Alan Duncan will be speaking at the  Scottish Renewables Offshore Wind  conference at 13:30 on Tuesday 24 January. In his session on “Infrastructure and Supply Chain” he’ll be discussing  the O&M innovations which are helping to lower the cost of offshore wind energy, how the industry is working with the oil and gas sector to promote diversification, and the development of our supporting infrastructure.

The Scottish Renewables Offshore Wind Conference, Exhibition & Dinner 2017, delivered in association with the Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult, aims to explore the latest innovations in the industry and meet key players from across the UK – the world’s number one offshore wind market.

Key questions the event will answer:

  • What are the innovations accelerating technology development?
  • How can innovations in O&M help reduce costs?
  • What are the offshore wind technologies of the future?

How can innovations in planning and consenting increase certainty?

Scottish Renewables Offshore Wind Conference, Exhibition & Dinner brings together the industry’s leading players to discuss and debate the key issues facing the sector.

It is being held in the University of Strathclyde Technology & Innovation Centre, approximately a 10-minute walk from Glasgow Central Station. No parking is available at the venue, however delegates and exhibitors of this conference can park at Duke Street Car Park (a four-minute walk from the venue) with charges capped at £4 per day.

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