Offshore Wind Renewable Energy – Virtual Course

05 May, 2021 - 06 May, 2021


Building on our international reputation for ocean and marine engineering and science training, the SUT is launching a new short course in Offshore Wind Renewable Energy, in conjunction with Cranfield University.

The course is designed for:

  • Professional non-engineers who would benefit from understanding the offshore wind energy industry
  • Engineers and technical staff who are new to this sector or making the transition from another industry

The course will be delivered over two online interactive 4-hour sessions by Industry and academic experts, with an emphasis on the practical applications.

  1. Introduction/General about the SUT
    Judith Patten MBE, President SUT, and Project Director, All-Energy
  2. Wind and the Net Zero Challenge inc Deepwater Floating Potential
    Miriam Noonan, Manager, Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult (ORE Catapult)
  3. Planning, Environmental Studies and Approvals
    Kat Route- Stephens, Senior Consultant, MarineSpace
  4. MetOcean/Weather: UK and NW Europe Focus inc Deepwater for Floating Technology
    Jo Elver- Evans, Business Development Manager, Partrac
  5. Fixed Bottom Offshore Structure Design and Integrity
    Phil Hart, Professor and Director Energy and Power, Cranfield University
  6. Offshore Site Investigation and Seabed Site Foundations
    Mick Cook, Director, MCL and SUT, past chair SUT OSIG Committee
    Dave Brookes, Past President and Director SUT
  7. Construction and Cables
    Elaine Greig, Chief Technology Officer, Renewables Consulting Group
  8. Floating Wind Structures
    Una Brosnan, Offshore New Markets Manager, Mainstream Renewable Power
    Co-Chair, Friends of Floating Wind; and RenewableUK Board member
  9. Completion, Post Installation and Ongoing Operation
    Dave Brookes Past President and Director SUT


SUT Members £325
Non-Members £415
(excluding VAT where chargeable)

CPD Credits will be available

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