Day 2

FOWT 2020 will be physically held on 7-8 September 2020 and will also be 100% accessible online live or in replay mode worldwide. Follow the program update on this section.

Welcome

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Floating offshore wind : an onshore matter? Harbour infrastructures and on-shore solutions supporting commercial -scale FOW deployment

Workshop moderated by Dorothy Winters, Vice-chairman of the offshore wind ports platform and Regional Programme manager Offshore Wind, Port of Amsterdam
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UK port infrastructure suitability assessment and gap analysis for floating wind commercial scale deployments

Kate Johannesen - Xodus Group Limited

Scalability, serial production and adaptability: triptych for a successful industrialisation of floating offshore wind at a global scale

Laurent Schneider Maunoury - Naval Energies

Challenges for large scale fabrication and logistics of floating wind based on case studies

Denis Matha - Ramboll

Break

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Supply-chain readiness and innovations in methods and key components (not floating concepts) paving the way to serial production and competitive LCoE

Workshop moderated by Dan Kyle Spearman, The Carbon Trust
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Innovative development of Platform Mooring Connectors designed specifically for Floating Offshore Wind Foundations

Greg Campbell - Smith - First Subsea Limited

Innovative synthetic fibre components in FOWT mooring

Timothy Hunter - Bridon Bekaert

Pre-commercial development : Multiple floating wind turbines - Key Lessons from an installation point of view

Patrick Belenfant - Bourbon Subsea

Prospects of Lidar-assisted FOWT control and real-time monitoring

Frank Lemmer - Sowento GmBH

Presentation

A leading Japanese construction and civil works company - -

Lunch

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Financing and insuring commercial-scale wind farms : a steadily growing appetite

Workshop moderated by Keegan Kruger, Macquarie Capital
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Technical risks preventing bankability of floating projects

Jacques De Parscau - DNV GL

Update: financing of FOWT in light of Japan’s new general Sea Law

Yuichiro Yamaguchi - Development Bank of Japan

Structuring commercial debt for floating offshore wind farms

Sybille Grandgeorge - Natixis, Industry Banker Power & Renewables Natixis

The Identification and Mitigation of Risks inherent to Floating Wind: A Way to Project Bankability

Corentin Thepaut - Mott MacDonald

Presentation title to be confirmed

Jérôme Guillet - Green Giraffe

Break

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New geographies, new application : the full potential of FOW

Workshop moderated by Bruno Geschier, Chairman of the floating offshore wind taskforce at the World Forum Offshore wind (WFO).
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Unlocking the ocean potential with floating offshore wind: opportunities and challenges of the off-grid market

Ambroise Wattez - SBM Offshore

Mooring in shallow water – A challenging low-hanging fruit? Case study & Technical opportunities

Kai Roger Nilsen - Vryhof

Offshore production of hydrogen or ammonia from dedicated wind farm

Jérôme Legendre - KBR

Presentation

Jesper Møller - Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy

Developers and utilities: how to become a leader in FOW

Workshop moderated by The French Wind Energy Association
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